Shakespeare ‘Makes Up Words’ in This ‘Will’ Sneak Peek – Watch!

This isn’t a Shakespeare we review about in school. TNT’s new TV array Will tells a infinite story of a rebel immature minstrel (Laurie Davidson) after he arrives to London’s gritty, punk stone museum stage to pursue his passion. As suggested in an disdainful hide look of a premiere episode, Shakespeare wasn’t fearful of holding a few liberties. Watch a video above.

In a clip, Alice Burbage (The Visit’s Olivia DeJonge), a daughter of museum impresario James Burbage (Hell on WheelsColm Meaney) and Shakespeare’s off-limits adore interest, notices that a playwright’s essay palm is bandaged and offers to be his scribe.

Before they can get really far, one of a other members of a company, Baxter (Black SailsTadhg Murphy), grabs a pages of a play and starts reading it aloud.

Tripping over one of a lines, he turns behind to Shakespeare and criticizes his education. “‘Bedazzle’ is not a word. The word is ‘dazzle.’ Change it.”

Will argues that “bedazzle” flows improved and a definition of a word is clear, though Baxter, exasperated, tells him, “You can’t only make adult words!”

“Well, someone must! Otherwise we’d still be grunting or vocalization Latin,” Will fires back.

The two-episode premiere of Will front Monday, Jul 10, during 9 p.m. ET on TNT.

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