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red white and royal blue

Amazon to Adapt LGBTQ Hit ‘Red, White & Royal Blue’ for TV

Berlanti Productions is still going strong, even without any future seasons of Arrow lined up after next year’s Season 8 conclusion.

Deadline reports that Amazon Studios and Berlanti Productions will be adapting Casey McQuiston’s Red White & Royal Blue, one of 2019’s most anticipated LGBTQ novels about an unexpected power couple romance.


Red White Royal Blue

Image via Amazon


Red White & Royal Blue follows America’s favorite son, White House royal-equivalent, Alex Claremont-Diaz, as he falls in love with former across the pond enemy, Prince Henry. The surprise romance causes all sorts of diplomatic complications between the two nations, and Alex’s relationship problems will be taken to another level.

The highly anticipated novel appears to be in good hands. Juilliard Playwriting graduate Ted Malawer will pen the adaptation, and Berlanti Productions has developed LGBTQ content with favorable audience approval, especially after its recent success with introducing LGBTQ superhero icon, Batwoman, to television (She was the only memorable part of that Arrowverse TV crossover).

While there is no release date for the rom-com adaptation, the novel will be published by Macmillan next month.




Featured Image via Deadline

Game of Thrones

Hilariously Honest Book Titles (Adaptations Edition)

Logic dictates that because there is no shortage of books to adapt for the screen, there is also no shortage of adaptations and titles to parody. (Not that we have any shortage of books to parody either—Honest Book Titles: Part 4 right here—just saying.) Here is our Adaptations Edition of Honest Book Titles:

(The following jokes do not reflect the views of Bookstr or its staff members. We just happen to find them hilarious. Viewer Discretion is Advised.)


1. Holes

Plot Holes



2. American Psycho

Why Knives, Master Wayne?

American Psycho


3. Life of Pi

Frosted Flakes Are the New Shrooms



4. The Martian

Will Eat Poop Potatoes For Rescue

The Martian


5. I Am Legend

I Am Fresh Prince Meat

I Am Legend


6. The War of the Worlds

White People Can Be Colonized Too

The War of the Worlds


7. A Game of Thrones

I Lost the Game

Game of Thrones


8. The Shining

Two Girls, One Corpse

the shining





Adjusted Covers Via Masako Fukuchi; Plot Holes by Amy 

Jimmy Fallon Is Releasing Another Children’s Book

Comedian and late night host Jimmy Fallon has won over the hearts of many with his comedy, but he’s also won over young hearts with his children’s books about fatherhood. And now, a brand new one is coming.

People magazine reported that Fallon’s new book, This Is Baby, will be released this Fall. It is a picture book about babies naming different parts of the body.


Image Via People


Fallon’s two previous children’s books, Your Baby’s First Word Will Be DADA and Everything Is Mama, were met with positive reviews. Fallon wrote these books based on his experiences with becoming a father, which he talked about before being the best experience of his life.


“It’s the greatest thing that has ever happened to me. You realize what’s important in life. Every single day you realize there’s a new cute thing they’re doing or saying.”


This Is Baby will be available October 8th.



Featured Image Via Hollywood Reporter

Peter Pan

Hilariously Honest Book Titles (Part 4)

Happy Wednesday, peeps. I know the middle of the week can be a bummer, but hopefully this week’s Honest Book Titles will brighten your day if our springtime sun cannot. (You can also check out Honest Book Titles: Part 3 and our Shakespeare Edition if you need additional laughs.) Thank you again for being such good sports about our questionable sense of humor.

(The following jokes do not reflect the views of Bookstr or its staff members. We just happen to find them hilarious. Viewer Discretion is Advised.)


1. Peter Pan

Does This Pixie Dust Smell Like Chloroform?

Peter Pan


2. Ulysses




3. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

The Hunger Games

Charlie and the chocolate factory


4. The Crucible

Fake News



5. Twilight

Must Like Teeth Stuff



6. The Big Short

No Money, Mo Problems

The Big Short


7. The Wizard of Oz

There’s No Place Like LSD

Wizard of Oz


8. Oedipus the King

How I Met Your Mother





Adjusted Covers Via Masako Fukuchi; There’s No Place Like LSD by Jaclyn, No Money, Mo Problems by Sage, TL;DR by Matthew.

pornhub for suburban moms

Hilariously Honest Book Titles (Part 3)

Before we get to the jokes, please accept our gratitude for your warm reception of the Hilariously Honest Book Titles series.

It’s nice to know that we’re not the only questionable characters laughing at these (just kidding… a bit).

We are now taking requests in the comments section for future list themes and/or specific books to parody. You can check out Part 1 and Part 2 to see if your requests have already been fulfilled. We are also willing to redo any alternative titles and damn our souls even further into hell on your behalf.

Without further ado, here are this week’s titles:

(The following jokes do not reflect the views of Bookstr or its staff members. We just happen to find them hilarious. Viewer Discretion is Advised.)



1. Percy Jackson and the Olympians

Percy Jackson and the Illegitimates

Percy Jackson



2. James and the Giant Peach

James Wants Dat Giant Peach

James wants dat giant peach


3. 50 Shades of Grey

Pornhub For Suburban Moms

Pornhub for suburban moms


4. Jurassic Park

Weirder Science

Weirder Science



5. Pride & Prejudice

Will Marry For Street Cred

Pride and Prejudice



6. My Year of Rest and Relaxation

My Year Of Reverse Fomo

My Year Of Reverse Fomo



7. The Fault in Our Stars

The Fault in Our Cells




8. A Tale of Two Cities

Before Brexit







Adjusted Covers via Masako Fukuchi; Pornhub For Suburban Moms by Rushali, Weirder Science by Sage, My Year Of Reverse Fomo by Masako