My Rating: It’s been five years since audiences bid adieu to Harry Potter and friends in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, and little has happened to dampen the love for the wizarding world author J.K. Rowling created. This year already brought the stage play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which picks up when […]Read More
My Rating: For better and worse, The Girl on the Train will always be tied to Gone Girl. Paula Hawkins’s debut novel was almost immediately anointed “this year’s Gone Girl.” To this day, The Girl on The Train is still compared – unfavorably – to Gone Girl. Such was the case for the book, and now is the case for the film. The […]Read More Adaptation, Ben Affleck, Book, David Fincher, emily blunt, film, Gillian Flynn, girl on the train, Gone Girl, Haley Bennett, Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux, Novel, paula hawkins, Rebecca Ferguson, Tate Taylor, the girl on the train, The Help, Thriller
FROM DIRECTOR CAMERON CROWE COMES THE UPLIFTING TALE BASED ON A TRUE STORY Featuring Family Friendly Audio Track The Whole Family Will Go Wild for this Heartwarming Adventure Starring Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson On Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download April 3. Keep reading to learn how to win the DVD and Novel! This Easter, […]Read More Book, Cameron Crowe, DVD, featured, giveaway, Matt Damon, Scarlet Johansson, We Bought A Zoo
It was the summer of 1969 and 15-year-old Stieg Larsson went camping with his three friends during a hot summer in Sweden. An innocent holiday soon turned harrowing, however, when he witnessed these boys gang-raping a young girl. Immature, naïve and conflicted by his loyalty to them, Larsson froze and did not intervene in the […]Read More 2011, Book, Cinema, David Fincher, featured, Feminist, film, Men Who Hate Women, movie, New, Noomi Rapace, Remake, Rooney Mara, Sexist, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
Ben Affleck could direct an adaptation of Stephen King’s THE STAND. Deadline reports that the ARGO director is at the top of Warner Bros’ list to direct the adaptation of the book for the big screen. The book was adapted last for TV in the form of a miniseries in 1994. The story deals with […]Read More Argo, Ben Affleck, Book, Stephen King, The Stand, Warner Bros.
Sony may be about to fork over top dollar for the rights to Steve Jobs autobiography. Deadline reports that the studio is in talks to acquire the rights to the upcoming authorized biography by former CNN chairman and Time Magazine managing editor Walter Isaacson. The purchase is said to cost $1 million against $3 million […]Read More Apple, Autobiograhy, Book, Sony, Steve Jobs
Tom Cruise is currently in talks to star in WE ARE MORTALS, the sci-fi adaptation of the Japanese novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka All You Need is Kill, according to THR. The epic high concept movie has Doug Liman attached to direct. Ryan Gosling and Brad Pitt have also been considered for the role of the […]Read More Adaptation, All You Need Is Kill, Book, Doug Liman, Hiroshi Sakurazaka, Tom Cruise, We Are Mortals
Here are five new district seal posters for Gary Ross’s THE HUNGER GAMES for districts 2, 7, 8, 9 and 12. Having read the books by Suzanne Collins I am very excited to see this film on the big screen. HUNGER GAMES chronicles “a dystopic Capitol which requires its twelve subjugated districts to pay tribute in […]Read More Book, district, Gary Ross. Jennifer Lawrence, Logo, seal, The Hunger Games
Leonardo DiCaprio will yet again play another character that blurs the line between good and bad. Deadline reports that the actor will star in an adaptation of Don Winslow’s SATORI, which was just acquired by Warner Bros. studio. He is going to play the role of a “Westerner named Nicholai Hel in the story who is raised in Japan and […]Read More Book, Leonardo DiCaprio, Warner Bros.