Pride And Prejudice Quotes by Katherine Kelly, Rosamund Pike, Curtis Sittenfeld, Leighton Meester, Roxanne McKee, Adam Cohen and many others.
I remember, when I was a teenager, ‘Pride And Prejudice’ came out. We hadn’t had a period drama for ages, and were all glued to it, and for the next three years, Jane Austen series were being made.
And I like the look on people’s faces when I say I’m doing this movie called Pride and Prejudice and they kind of smile, and then I say I’m in a movie called Doom and they kind of do a double take and try and put the two things together. And they never quite manage to.
I see ‘Eligible’ as a homage, and I see ‘Pride and Prejudice’ as a perfect book. You can dispute whether this project is a good idea, but you can’t dispute my fondness for the novel.
I grew up reading ‘Sense and Sensibility’ and ‘Pride and Prejudice’ – girly kind of books.
I would love to do anything involving a good strong character, whether it’s in film, TV or theatre. My dream role’s already been taken by Keira Knightley in ‘Pride and Prejudice.’ Growing up, I really wanted to be Lizzie Bennett.
In zombie horror, the juxtaposition of the calm world of the living and the menace of the undead inspires terror. In zombie comedy, like ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,’ it is played for laughs.
I thought every other kid was like me. I’d watch films and act them out on my own and wish I could be one of the actresses. When I saw ‘Pride And Prejudice,’ the one with Colin Firth, I just absolutely knew that was what I wanted to do, and for ‘Cranford’ to be my first job was poetic, really.
There isn’t a book that has changed me, but I have favourites such as ‘Pride and Prejudice’ which I often re-read.
If you view history as a backdrop, set-dressing or fiction, then ‘Pride and Prejudice’ is hugely entertaining. My reread saw the misery of the female characters’ reality. My new reaction was sadness and fury. Knowledge ruins everything!
I’m a big reader, so when I was in ‘Pride and Prejudice,’ or, like, in Poirots and Marples, those are all books that I loved, and so it was really exciting for me to inhabit characters from literature that I knew and recognized.
‘Pride and Prejudice’ is often compared to ‘Cinderella,’ but Jane Austen’s real ‘Cinderella’ tale is ‘Mansfield Park.’
I’ve seen ‘Pride and Prejudice’ about 4,000 times. I’m not joking: I know every single line.
In some ways, ‘Mansfield Park’ is ‘Pride and Prejudice’ turned inside out.
When I was 8, I was reading ‘Gone with the Wind’ and ‘Pride and Prejudice’ and all that, not knowing it wasn’t my reading level.
I’ve never read ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,’ although I certainly know what that is. And what I love about that concept is as much as it’s a zombie story, it’s also ‘Pride and Prejudice.’
It’s absurd to think of ‘Pride and Prejudice,’ this classic, beloved book, beset with a zombie uprising. The goal is to make you suspend your disbelief enough to allow you to get lost in the story and believe what you’re reading for a while.
‘Pride and Prejudice’ – perhaps more than any other Jane Austen book – is engrained in our literary consciousness.