If you haven't watched and fallen in love with Jane the Virgin yet, I am here to tell you to get on that. I am a committed binge-watcher (what can I say, I need instant gratification) who has decided to watch this show from week to week because it is that good!
When discussing directors I always hear the male-dominated version of Steven Spielberg, Quentin Tarantino, Christopher Nolan and the like. But, we must talk about the amazing women who take the industry by storm and create movies that we all love.
You might want to turn the air conditioner on because you’re about to hear some hot takes. We all love books. Obviously. They’re a brain playground. You don’t need to hire actors or pay for special effects or put on 3D glasses. You can just turn a page and, boom, you’re in a brand new world.
We are always on the lookout for news of our favorite books hitting the big screen, and so we're super excited about these six upcoming adaptations. All of them are in pre-production and are slowly, but surely making their way to us, but we wanted to make sure that they were not forgotten.
Charlie Brooker's Black Mirror has received critical and commercial praise, the thought-provoking satirical anthology series recently won two Emmy Awards for the episode 'San Junipero' for Outstanding Television Movie and Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Speci
The summer is ending, school is starting. We'll soon be looking to while away our lonely Septembers with books in some cold corner. Oh, is that just me?
Bernice L. McFadden's "The Book of Harlan" is getting a feature film adaptation courtesy of Mark Tonderai. McFadden's novel won the 2016 NAACP Image Award, as well as the American Book Award.
Ava DuVernay is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after filmmakers working today, and is now adapting Octavia E. Butler's 1987 sci-fi novel "Dawn" for TV.
Stephen King's "Dark Tower" series is beloved by readers around the world, and sits on top of many book lovers' fantasy lists. Finally, Hollywood has heard the calls of fans, and has brought the book to life. Bad news is nobody likes it.