Unknown Jane Austen Novels With Kate Beckinsale



THE NEW MOVIE IS CALLED "LOVE &
FRIENDSHIP." I UNDERSTAND IT'S A JANE AUSTEN
STORY. >> YEAH. >> Stephen: AND JANE AUSTEN
HAS AN INTERESTING THING. YOU'RE A WOMAN. >> I AM. ASK A HORSE. >> Stephen: AND A HORSE AT THE
SAME TIME AND THE JANE AUSTEN STORIES HAVE A VERY PARTICULAR
EARLY 19th CENTURY VIEW OF BEING A WOMAN, WHAT THE
CHALLENGES ARE OF BEING A WOMAN. DO YOU THINK THERE'S ANY
SIMILARITY BETWEEN THEN AND NOW FOR WOMEN? >> YEAH, I THINK HAVING WORN A
CORSET IN THE WHOLE MOVIE, I THINK IT'S SO GREAT WE DON'T
HAVE TO WEAR CORETS, BUT I FEEL LIKE WE NOW HAVE TO BE CORSET,
WHICH SUCKS. >> Stephen: WHAT DO YOU MEAN? >> YOU HAVE TO DO HOT YOGA OR
WHATEVER IT IS TO MAKE YOU THE CORSET. >> Stephen: TO GET IN THE
TROUSERS. >> WE'RE STILL NOT ALLOWED TO BE
FRUMPY. >> Stephen: WHAT BOOK IS IT
BASED ON? >> IT'S AN UNFINISHED NOTELA. IT WAS CALLED "LADY SUSAN." >> Stephen: I'M NOT FAMILIAR
WITH "LADY SUSAN." THERE ARE JANE AUSTEN NOVELS
THAT HAVEN'T BEEN ADAPTED? >> TONS THAT PEOPLE HAVE NOT
HEARD OF. >> Stephen: THERE ARE UNKNOWN
JANE AUSTEN NOVELS OUT THERE, AND I UNDERSTAND YOU BROUGHT
SOME WITH YOU TONIGHT. >> I DID LET'S SHOW THEM TO THE
PEOPLE RIGHT NOW. "SENSE AND SENSIBILITY 2: LOCKED
AND LOADED." >> Stephen: PEOPLE KNOW "SENSE
AND SENSIBILITY BUT THEY DON'T KNOW THIS ONE
"SEX AND FLEXIBILITY." >> Stephen: THIS WAS A POPULAR
ONE: "PREJUDICE AND MORE PREJUDICE." VERY FEW PEOPLE KNOW SHE WROTE
THIS ONE. >> "FAST AND FURIOUS." >> Stephen: THIS WAS VERY
POPULAR IN THE OWN DAY: "BONNETS AND BLOODLETTING." >> "LEATHER AND LATHERING." >> Stephen: I LIKE THE WAY YOU
SAY "LAGHTERING." >> IS THAT THE WRONG WAY? >> Stephen: NO IT'S A PERFECT
WAY. WE SAY LATHERING? YOU HAVE NEVER LATHERED. YOU SHOULD TRY IT. >> I THINK I'M GOING TO. >> Stephen: DO YOU WANT TO TRY
THIS ONE? >> "THE RHEUMATOID CLERGYMAN AND
THE DAIRY WENCH." >> Stephen: NEVER PUBLISHED IN
HER LIFETIME. "THE SEAMSTRESS AND THE MUFFIN
TOP." AND, OF COURSE, HER BIGGEST
SELLER, I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS HAS NEVER BEEN ADAPTED. >> "A CARRIAGE RIDE TO
BONE-TOWN"

38 thoughts on “Unknown Jane Austen Novels With Kate Beckinsale

  1. Kate Beckinsale is so feminine that she could drive a man ''crazy''. Fr. Nietzsche called the woman writer George Sand a ''milky cow''. Also O. Weininger in his work Sex And Character called George Sand a masculine woman and Frédéric Chopin a feminine man.

  2. Wow Colbert is being really weird towards her in this interview, between the comment about the trousers and getting in the horse with her. When he recommends she try "lathering" I love how she says "I think I'm going to" (wash herself after the extremely weird interview!)

  3. I LOVE her sense of humour. Keep seeing video after video of her just being herself… humourus, and fun. It's intoxicatingly attractive.

  4. I laughed as heck, but I just had to press dislike. Making Jane Austen sound like a bodice-ripper authoress is not cool!

  5. I actually didn't like this bit at all, until she said the last one. her excitement to shout that one out and the smile was so great! up until then I thought this was just a really awkward segment with bad segways haha.

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