Lion's Gate has tapped Noble Jones to write and direct an 'American Psycho' remake. How bad of an idea is this?
The U.S. Justice Department has confirmed they're investigating the pricing of eBooks--the latest probe into whether Apple and publishing houses schemed to prevent discounting.
Lenore Hart is the second author of late to find themselves in the middle of a plagiarism scandal, but unlike Q.R. Markham, her publisher is going to bat for her.
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The Sequel to 'Drive' is coming, but will the continuation of Driver's story live up to the original?
Kurt Vonnegut's son is disputing a biography released last month that says the iconic author was bitter, angry and depressed in his final days.
The Scarlet Spider is considered one of the darker marks of the Spider-Man franchise. Will his return be triumphant or terrible?
'The Paris Review' has published a series of surveys a 16-year-old high school student sent to celebrated authors in 1963, on the subject of symbolism.
Amazon will offer discounts to shoppers who scan bar codes at stores and upload them through the Amazon app--a practice that could spell bad news for indie bookstores.
Amanda Knox, who was charged with murdering her college roommate back in 2007, is looking to sign a juicy book deal.
Anne Rice's novel, 'Christ the Lord; Out of Egypt', has been optioned for a movie--with a controversial writer tapped to write the screenplay.