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Random House Australia to Publish the Official Film Tie-In Edition of THE GREAT GATSBY in Australian cinemas May 30

by Random House Australia on 21 January 2013

Random House Australia to Publish the Official Film Tie-In Edition of THE GREAT GATSBY in Australian cinemas May 30

Random House Australia today announces that it will be the official publisher of THE GREAT GATSBY film tie-in edition in Australia and New Zealand.

The winner of a competitive bid across the Australian and New Zealand publishing industry, Random House Australia’s THE GREAT GATSBY film tie-in edition is set to coincide with Oscar© nominated director Baz Luhrmann’s spectacular cinematic adaptation releasing in Australian and New Zealand cinemas on May 30, 2013.

Says Meredith Curnow, publisher of the Vintage Knopf imprints at Random House Australia: ‘We are ecstatic to be working with Roadshow Films as the official publisher for THE GREAT GATSBY film tie-in edition in.

THE GREAT GATSBY is a story that continues to resonate more than 80 years after it was first published, and we can’t wait to be part of the team bringing this classic novel to life for a whole new generation.’

A genuine companion to one of the most highly-anticipated movies of 2013, THE GREAT GATSBY official film tie-in edition will be a sophisticated luxury item to delight fans of the classic novel.

As the renowned publisher of a sterling list of literary classics through their Vintage imprint, Random House is the perfect vessel in which to link our much-awaited film adaptation to the origins of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic tome.’

Published under Random House Australia’s prestigious Vintage Classics imprint, the preeminent publisher of classic literary fiction and non-fiction, THE GREAT GATSBY will be a unique and sought-after homage to F. Scott Fitzgerald’s glittering jazz age masterpiece.

Watch the second official trailer for the Baz Luhrmann adaptation of THE GREAT GATSBY starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan, Tobey Maguire, Isla Fisher and Joel Edgerton >
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