What’s in a name? Does the rose smell as sweet if called Anarchy? Apparently! Cymbeline just isn’t a catchy enough title for the producers of Shakespeare’s lesser-known work starring Ethan Hawke, Ed Harris, Dakota Johnson and Milla Jovovich. Yep, the title has been changed to Anarchy. Why? Perhaps the producers are trying to capitalize on the hit TV show Sons of Anarchy? Regardless, Shakespeare’s title is out. This contemporary take on Cymbeline replaces kings and queens with outlaw bikers, dirty cops and a drug lord. This doesn’t mean that Shakespeare’s plot is completely lost: Johnson plays Imogen, the drug king’s daughter, who is in love with Penn Badgley’s character Posthumus. Iachimo (Hawke) makes a bet that he can seduce Posthumus’ love. When Iachimo plan doesn’t go exactly as planned, he is not dissuaded from his path of destruction. He improvises in a dastardly way. The producers have released a new trailer as well on YouTube. The overall feel (gritty, chaos) is the same as the original, but this one is a bit more focused. Anarchy comes to theaters March 13, 2015.