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  • 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 […]

  • “Everybody Wants Some” and I Want Some More

    Everybody Wants Some!!, Richard Linklater’s latest offering, is worthy of being named the “spiritual sequel” to his 1993 classic Dazed and Confused. With witty one-liners that will no doubt become part of our everyday vocabulary the same way Wooderson’s dialogue did with Dazed and Confused, Everybody Wants Some!! is a very rare mix of dudebro comedy and insightful, intelligent […]

  • Marvel Teases “Death of X”, But What Does It MEAN?

    Something is coming for one – or all – of the X-Men, and it’s not good. But what is it? And what will the future bring? Yesterday, Marvel teased the upcoming “Death of X” by issuing a press release with the above photo…and nothing else. I’m not even kidding. I got an almost completely empty […]

  • Disney and Marvel Take a Stand Against Discrimination

    Today it was announced that the Walt Disney Company – and by extension Marvel Studios – will basically boycott the state of Georgia should its “religious liberty” bill be made into law. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. Copyright © The Geekiary

  • TV Land’s More Modern “Heathers” May Miss the Point

    The 1989 cult classic film Heathers is getting a reboot, with TV Land developing the series with a more modern slant. TV Land, which was originally your go-to destination for classic sitcoms like Three’s Company and Leave It to Beaver, has recently undergone a rebrand in an attempt to court younger-skewing viewers. This isn’t the first reboot TV Land […]

  • Script Tries to Convince Us Jon Snow Is Dead, I’m Not Buying It

    It was one of the most highly-anticipated scenes for readers of George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” series – the season 5 “death” of fan-favorite character Jon Snow. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged. Copyright © The Geekiary