Cary Elwes gives his account of making “The Princess Bride,” including behind-the-scenes and exclusive photographs in his new book “As You Wish.”
The Princess Bride
C’mon, admit, there’s a picture of you somewhere in a “The Princess Bride” costume, right? Well, now you can use that photo to score some tweasure!
What do a pirate, magician and Billy Crystal have in common? Well, in The Princess Bride, they all manage to dispense advice to faltering characters across the entire kingdom. Some might have more wisdom than others (we’re looking at you, Vizzini), but you can’t blame a girl (or Vizzini) for trying. Here are our top ten pieces advice from the cult classic. Take them to heart.
Princess Bride Match Up Game. See who is beneath each card. Find the match. Once you’ve matched them all, move to the next level.
SundanceTV is preparing for an inconceivably merry Christmas with “As You Wish: The Princess Bride Marathon,” hosted by the film’s star, Cary Elwes. The marathon will begin airings of “The Princess Bride” on Thursday, December 25 at 1:00pm ET/PT and will end on Friday, December 26 at 2:00am ET/PT.
Are you valiant and charming like Westley? On a quest of retribution like Inigo Montoya? Enamored with your one true love like Princess Buttercup? Find out in eight questions.
We know you already have a set list of your favorite movies, but maybe there’s room for one or two more? There are not many surprises on this list, but rewatching a classic movie is like putting on a old favorite sweater—always satisfying.
Magic, myth, wonder, escapism and the extraordinary–movies often draw inspiration from fairy tales. The thirteen movies below, all from “1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die,” will enchant you.
Double-dating is at least as hard as plain old dating. First of all, there’s two of them and two of you, which means there are four potential relationships to negotiate — you’re trying to find a couple with whom you have four-way chemistry. That’s Nobel-level stuff happening there. And then there’s the lack of sex — unless you’re swingers, of course. You might forgive your date’s annoying dining habits (chewing with their mouth open, gesticulating with a fork) because you’re going to get some hot monkey lovin’ later on. But your double date? The best you can hope for is a double kiss on the cheek, European style. So they’d better be good company. Here are the Top 10 movie couples we wouldn’t mind double-dating with. (Though we can’t promise that our other halves would necessarily agree.)