Jennifer Lee to Adapt ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ for Disney

Jennifer Lee to Adapt ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ for Disney

News by Riki Cleveland August 6, 2014
Jennifer Lee is adapting Madeleine L'Engle's beloved children's classic, 'A Wrinkle in Time', for Disney.
Warner Bros. Options Anne McCaffrey's 'Dragon Riders of Pern'

Warner Bros. Options Anne McCaffrey's 'Dragon Riders of Pern'

News by Joshua Chaplinsky July 30, 2014
Will the beloved series make it to the screen?
Donna Tartt's 'The Goldfinch' is being Adapted into a Film

Donna Tartt's 'The Goldfinch' is being Adapted into a Film

News by Max Booth III July 30, 2014
Film rights purchased by Warner Bros.
Prepare to be Aroused and/or Nauseated by the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Trailer

Prepare to be Aroused and/or Nauseated by the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Trailer

News by Joshua Chaplinsky July 24, 2014
What is this tingling feeling in my—BLAAAAAAAAAAARG!
Jack Black to Star as R.L. Stine in the Upcoming Goosebumps Movie

Jack Black to Star as R.L. Stine in the Upcoming Goosebumps Movie

News by Max Booth III July 21, 2014
It has not yet been confirmed who will play Slappy.
Clive Barker's 'Nightbreed' Rises From The Grave

Clive Barker's 'Nightbreed' Rises From The Grave

News by Peter Derk July 8, 2014
Clive Barker's 'Nightbreed' will be re-released on DVD and Blu-Ray in October and is being adapted into a TV series.
New Trailer For David Fincher's 'Gone Girl'

New Trailer For David Fincher's 'Gone Girl'

News by Peter Derk July 7, 2014
A full-length trailer for the David Fincher adaptation of Gillian Flynn's 'Gone Girl' has hit the web.
Sarah Polley Will Adapt John Green’s ‘Looking for Alaska’

Sarah Polley Will Adapt John Green’s ‘Looking for Alaska’

News by Riki Cleveland July 1, 2014
Another John Green novel to be adapted for film.
Olivia Gone Wilde: Can A Writer Be Too Hot?

Olivia Gone Wilde: Can A Writer Be Too Hot?

News by Peter Derk June 27, 2014
A GQ review for the movie 'Third Person' says Olivia Wilde's butt is too nice for her to be believable as a writer.

Nation of Villains: Why We Like the Unlikeable

Column by John Jarzemsky June 18, 2014
Bad guys are getting more and more popular in the realms of literature, film, and television. We've always been drawn to the other, but maybe there's another reason.
Comic Movie Deluge

Crisis Of Infinite Films: Comic Movie Deluge

News by Peter Derk June 16, 2014
Over 20 different comic book movies have been announced and confirmed for release between now and 2018.

Eat Lightning, Write Thunder: Writing Lessons From Rocky Balboa

Column by Peter Derk June 13, 2014
Six pieces of writing advice based on the movies in the 'Rocky' series.

Footnotes: Psycho

Column by Ryan Peverly
Robert Bloch introduced the modern Everyman psychopath with 1959s "Psycho", a seminal work that ushered a new fascination with horror into popular culture.
Avatars: How to Write 3 Movie Sequels in 5 Months

Avatars: How to Write 3 Movie Sequels in 5 Months

News by Peter Derk June 2, 2014
James Cameron reveals the unusual process he used to write the scripts for 3 'Avatar' sequels
Bookshots: 'Cold in July' by Joe R. Lansdale

Bookshots: 'Cold in July' by Joe R. Lansdale

Review by Chris Rosales
Bookshots: Cold in July. The novel that inspired the new film by the same name.
Dermaphoria Movie Premiere Announced!

UPDATED WITH TRAILER! Dermaphoria Movie Premiere Announced!

News by Peter Derk May 14, 2014
The East End Film Festival will kick off its 2014 event with the film adaptation of Craig Clevenger's 'Dermaphoria.'

Screenwriting: Turn Turn Turn

Column by Karina Wilson May 8, 2014
Turning points are essential to a compelling screen narrative. Discover how to liven up your dull "this then that" screenplay with timely swerves in story direction.

5 Great Memoirs, from Bette Davis to the Rolling Stones

Column by Ed Sikov May 2, 2014
Biographer and autobiographer Ed Sikov celebrates five of his favorite memoirs.
Tess Gerritsen Wants Credit For 'Gravity'

Pay Up: Tess Gerritsen Wants Credit For 'Gravity'

News by Peter Derk May 2, 2014
Author Tess Gerritsen sues Warner Bros. over use of her novel as inspiration for "Gravity."
David Foster Wallace's Family Not Happy About New Film

David Foster Wallace's Family Not Happy About New Film

News by Sean May April 28, 2014
David Foster Wallace's family and publisher have come out against the upcoming film 'The End of The Tour' starring Jason Segel as the late author.

The Archetypes of Hayao Miyazaki

Column by Leah Dearborn
Revered Japanese filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki has announced his retirement, but not before years of contribution to the art of storytelling.
Gillian Flynn’s ‘Gone Girl’ Film Trailer Released

Gillian Flynn’s ‘Gone Girl’ Film Trailer Released

News by Riki Cleveland April 15, 2014
A film trailer for David Fincher's adaptation of Gillian Flynn's 'Gone Girl' has been released by 20th Century Fox.
A Few Questions With Evan Saathoff

A Few Questions With Evan Saathoff, Author of 'Madea Lives! A Film-by-Film Guide To Loving Tyler Perry'

Interview by Meredith Borders April 4, 2014
Evan Saathoff has made a name for himself writing about Tyler Perry online. Learn more about this wonderfully weird filmmaker and the author who loves him.
Rainbow Rowell’s ‘Eleanor & Park’ Picked Up by DreamWorks

Rainbow Rowell’s ‘Eleanor & Park’ Picked Up by DreamWorks

News by Riki Cleveland April 4, 2014
The film rights to Rainbow Rowell's 'Eleanor & Park' have been picked up by DreamWorks.