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  • A “Good Omens” Miniseries? Surely Agnes Nutter Predicted This

    With posthumous permission from the late Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman recently revealed that he is writing a six-part Good Omens miniseries. Gaiman and Pratchett made all decisions about Good Omens together, so when Pratchett sadly died last year, it seemed as though that the most recent adaptation – a six-part radio play courtesy of BBC Radio – […]


  • Have You Seen the Trailer for “Doctor Strange” Yet?

    The first trailer for Marvel’s Doctor Strange, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, dropped last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and it looks sort of like a Matrix/Inception mashup. From what I can gather from the footage in the trailer, Doctor Strange seems to be yet another origin film. Of course, I could be totally wrong, and the entire origin of […]


  • “Undrafted” Eyes July Release Date

    Baseball fans, rejoice, because we have a tentative release date for Undrafted, and it’s earlier than I thought! Vertical Entertainment, which acquired the rights for Joe Mazzello’s semi-biographical directorial debut back in February, had announced via Facebook that they were aiming for a summer release date a couple of months ago. “We have ourselves a baseball comedy!” […]


  • The 100 3×10 Review: “Fallen”

    The 100 continues its decline with “Fallen”, an episode that was frustrating and triggering and all around difficult to watch. Warning for so many triggers I’ve lost count: self-harm, torture, sexual assault, domestic abuse. I’m not sure which scene was harder to sit through – Alie forcing Raven to witness a torture montage of every […]


  • Behold! The First Trailer for “Rogue One”!

    With the release of the trailer for the upcoming Star Wars not-quite-spinoff Rogue One, we get our first real look at the epic extended universe. The extended universe is one of the best things about Star Wars, because it allows you to explore more than just the lives of the few main characters from the original trilogy. With […]


  • “Once Upon a Dream” Puts a New Spin on a Classic Tale

    Imagine a world where Sleeping Beauty never wakes up, where Maleficent is more like Voldemort than anyone realized, and where the three good fairies channel their inner-Leo and pull off inception. This is the world presented to us in Once Upon a Dream, Liz Braswell’s second offering in Disney Press’s “Twisted Tales” series. It gives us an […]


  • BBC “His Dark Materials” Adaptation Has Its Writer

    We’re one step closer to BBC’s adaptation of His Dark Materials – we have a writer! Jack Thorne has signed on to pen the fantasy series, which is based on Philip Pullman’s best-selling trilogy – The Golden Compass (aka Northern Lights), The Subtle Knife, and The Amber Spyglass. I don’t think we have to worry about the script being spectacular; […]


  • Disney to Adapt “Paper Magician” Trilogy to Film

    Disney has nabbed the film rights to The Paper Magician trilogy, a series of books by Charlie N. Holmberg. At first glance, The Paper Magician may seem like Harry Potter-lite as it focuses on a young magician who must ultimately fight an evil sorcerer. However, that’s just about all the two series have in common. Whereas in Harry Potter, […]


  • DC Characters Get the YA Treatment

    It seems that Marvel and Capstone have started a trend of comic book characters getting YA novels! Mashable announced yesterday that – in a partnership between DC Entertainment, Warner Bros. Consumer Products, and Random House Books for Young Readers – four iconic DC characters will each feature in their own young adult book. Starting in 2017, […]


  • Kylie Bunbury and “Pitch” Team Up with MLB

    Fox has teamed up with Major League Baseball in order to help bring the Dan Fogelman pilot Pitch, a drama about a female pitcher, to the screen. Pitch stars Kylie Bunbury as Ginny, “the first woman to break the gender barrier in the big leagues”, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Ginny will pitch for the San Diego […]