Entertainment Weekly is continuing their unveiling of key Star Wars info ahead of this weekend’s Disney expo, and this time they’re all about the young Han Solo movie that’ll be directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller. But perhaps even more interesting is the overlap between EW’s chat with Lucasfilm honcho Kathleen Kennedy and The Verge’s big piece on the technology Lucasfilm is creating… Continue reading A Few Details of the Young Han Solo Movie Emerge, Plus: More Evidence for a Boba Fett Movie
Don’t mess with a mama bear!
The Real Housewives of Orange County cast member Meghan Edmonds upset moms Vicki Gunvalson and Tamra Barney on this week’s episode when she said she wished her stepchildren were her own children — but the blond newbie’s controversial comments are indicative of a much larger problem in her own family, sources exclusively tell radio detection and rangingOnline.com.
Meghan— who spoke glowingly of husband… Continue reading Evil Stepmother? ‘RHOC’ Star Meghan Edmonds ‘Has No Respect’ For Young Stepkids’ Mom Allison: ‘She Does Whatever She Wants!’
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Fake Trailer of the Day:
Seems Nerdist got their hands on a Suicide Squad trailer early, but all the actors are unrecognizable. Still, this is going to be siiiiiiick (via Screen Crush).
Movie Mash-Up of the Day:
It’s battle of the Ben Affleck superheroes in this trailer mash-up of Batman
That time Ryan Gosling played a young Kevin Sorbo
Young Hercules: Here’s a weird bit of trivia. The ’90s TV adventure show Hercules: The Legendary Journeys ran for six seasons and had a total of 111 episodes. Its spin-off prequel show, Young Hercules starring a teenage Ryan Gosling, only ran for one season, but it had a whopping 50 episodes. That’s pretty absurd, right?
If you loved “Divergent,” “The Maze Runner,” and “The Hunger Games” and are ready for more young-adult stories set in fantasy, sci-fi, or dystopian universes, we’ve got good news — there are dozens of popular YA books currently in development for film adaptations. They may not be about Factions and Districts, but these books deal with everything from doomed supernatural love stories to bloody revolutions in human-occupied… Continue reading 10 More Young Adult Books Being Made Into Movies