Legendary screenwriter, playwright, and novelist William Goldman passed away just last night.
Sabrina the Teenage Witch is both an iconic comicbook character as well as a beloved sitcom.
Stan Lee created one last character with his daughter before he passed. J.C.
The CW is working on creating a drama-based series based of the book The Strange Case Of the Alchemist Daughter by Theodora Goss.
Variety reports that Lily James and Armie Hammer will star in a new adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca.
Netflix is back at it again with a new sci-fi show based on The One by John Marr.
The Jack Reacher franchise is getting rebooted with a new lead actor after creator Lee Child admitted that Tom Cruise is too short for the role.
A fixture of the literary world since 1950, the National Book award honors the strongest writing in America. Qualifications necessary to win the award are simple: the book has to have been published no earlier than December 1st of the previous year, and the author must be a U.S.
It's a pretty typical belief that technology stands in the way of our collective ability to read a book or maintain a five-minute attention span (insert edgy comic art of headphones strangling teens here). In fact, technology has lead to groundbreaking developments in publishing.