Category Archives: Books

Disney Releases Teaser Trailer & Poster for ‘A Wrinkle in Time’

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Disney has released the teaser trailer and teaser poster for “A Wrinkle in Time.” It debuted in D23 EXPO in Anaheim. The film, which is an epic adventure based on Madeleine L’Engle’s timeless classic which takes audiences across dimensions of time and space, examining the nature of darkness versus light and ultimately, the triumph of […]

Troian Bellisario Joins Comedy Drama WHERE’D YOU GO BERNADETTE?

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Troian Bellisario (Pretty Little Liars) is joining Richard Linklater’s next project comedy drama Where’d You Go Bernadette? The film is based on the novel of the same by Maria Sample which follows Bernadette Fox (played by Blanchett), an architect-turned-recluse who goes missing just prior to a family vacation. Bellisario will assume the role of Becky, the […]

George RR Martin to produce ‘Who Fears Death’ series

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George RR Martin will be producing the HBO series adaption of Who Fears Death! George R.R Martin weighed in on the project on his blog, saying that while he is an executive producer on the project, that is the limit of his involvement. “ “As usual, however, the internet is blowing this story all out of […]

HBO Films Currently Developing ‘The Color of Cola’ by Stephanie Capparell

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Deadline reported HBO Films is currently developing The Color of Cola by Stephanie Capparell.  You can read the full details below: Mark Landsman, Michael Karbelnikoff and Peter Kline executive produce.Mitchell Kapner (Oz the Great and Powerful) will pen the film adaptation. The logline: In 1947, Pepsi CEO Walter Mack hired National Urban League staffer Edward F. Boyd to do […]

See Our 28 Anticipated Book Releases for July

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Happy 4th of July to our American readers! We hope you’re having a lovely summer soaking in the sun celebrating this festive-summer season with your family and friends. Of course, the month wouldn’t start and end without Hollywood News Source compiling the books we cannot wait to get our hands on! For July, we have several titles ranging […]

Bloggers Recommend Their Favorite Queer Books For Pride Month

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We are ending Pride Month with a loud bang. Today, we’ve invited some of our favorite bloggers. They are here to recommend their favorite LGBTQ+ books that they adore, love, and have made an impact on them. If you’re looking to boost your to-be-read list with queer books, look no more! We have you covered: Not […]

Universal Television to Adapt Memoir ‘True Crime Addict’ by James Renner

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Deadline reported True Crime Addict by James Renner is getting adapted by Universal Television.  They’re setting the memoir as a drama series, Universal will pair with Johnny Depp to adapt it. You can read the full details about the project below: Published last year, Renner’s True Crime Addict: How I Lost Myself In The Mysterious Disappearance Of Maura Murray, […]

Universal Acquires Film Rights of Holly Black’s Upcoming Novel ‘The Cruel Prince’

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Deadline reported, Universal has nabbed the film rights of Holly Black’s upcoming novel The Cruel Prince. This is the first book in Folk of the Air series and it’s to be released in January. Michael De Luca  will produce. You can read the synopsis of the book below: Jude was seven years old when her parents were murdered […]

Olivia Cooke joins ‘Vanity Fair’ adaption

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Olivia Cooke joins the adaption of Vanity Fair! ITV and Amazon Studios are teaming for a new adaptation of William Makepeace Thackeray’s classic 1848 novel Vanity Fair. The seven-part drama has set Olivia Cooke to star as heroine Becky Sharp. Shooting begins in September with Mammoth Screen (Poldark, Victoria) producing Written by Gwyneth Hughes (Dark […]

YA Authors of LGBTQ+ Books Talk About The Favorite Things They’ve Written

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Today, we have some of our favorite authors of LGBTQIAP books, who were kind enough to take part of our collaborative post. The prompt is for the authors to talk about the favorite things they’ve written in their respective queer books. It’s not a secret that there’s a stigma when it comes to authors talking about […]