17 years after Baz Luhrmann's adaptation of Romeo and Juliet first hit our screens, Julian Fellowes (aka the man behind Downton Abbey) has created a brand new version of Shakespeare's most famous play.
With the film's release date only weeks away, all eyes are on the new Romeo Douglas Booth, and Juliet, Hailee Steinfeld. And the inevitable question is, will this remake be as good as Baz Luhrmann's?
1. JulietSteinfeld's Juliet is Shakespearean. Danes' version isn't. Hailee wears gold and velvet, Claire wears feathered angel wings. You can guess which one most girls will prefer (angel wings, obvs) but both look beautiful.
2. RomeoDouglas Booth - we salute you. Not many boys would be brave enough to follow in the footsteps of actual Leonardo DiCaprio in his dreamiest era. Both Romeos have floppy hair, great eyebrows and although Booth doesn't get to dress up as a knight in shining armour, he does look good in a lace-up shirt. You've kind of got respect a man brave enough to take on a lace-up shirt.
4. The kiss
There's a lot of kissing in this story. Steinfeld and Booth get to smooch next to a tree entwined in roses. Lovely. Danes and Dicaprio get passionate in a pool. Steamy. Why doesn't that happen in films anymore? Remember Cruel Intentions? And what about real life? We'd freakin' love a pool kiss, dammit.
Look! Chuck Bass has replaced John Leguizamo as Tybalt. And he's got a sword!
So - do the films look similar? No. Will Baz Luhrmann's version still hold its title as the best adaptation, ever? Probably. After all - what could be better than the aquarium scene!
Romeo and Juliet will hit screens on 11 October. Here's a preview of what's in store...