“This movie was a joy to make,” Hess said. She later added during the question and answer, “it seemed like friends getting together and making a movie.”
And their fun as they spent 39 days in England filming is reflective in “Austenland” as it’s an enjoyable film where laughing — or a least a few chuckles — simply can’t be helped.
As for a screen adaptation of Hale’s sequel “Midnight in Austenland,” Hess didn’t rule it out but did say she and her husband had recently adopted a baby and are busy being parents, and Jared Hess has a project he is working on.
“Austenland” hasn’t been rated and there is occasional mild language and innuendo.
“Austenland,” which was produced by Stephenie Meyer and Gina Mingacci, was picked up by Sony Pictures Worldwide for distribution in the United States. And Hess did hint that it would be distributed in the United Kingdom, too.
“Austenland” is not rated and has mild language and mild sexual innuendo; running time: 97 minutes.
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