As we celebrate our first anniversary we are taking a look back at our 10 biggest hits in Features, Reviews and News. The last one is News!
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“Paramount Pictures is set to adapt Neal Stephenson’s classic cyberpunk novel, Snow Crash. Joe Cornish, writer and director of Attack the Block and co-writer of The Adventures of Tin-Tin, has reportedly signed on to write and direct the adaptation”
“One of the tragedies of the successful censorship campaigns to remove The Perks of Being a Wallflower from school and library shelves across the United States is that it alienates an audience who, all too often, finds itself already alienated in a number of ways. ”
“Fans have much to look forward to this time around, as the group will soon take shelter in the prison. Fan favorite characters from the comics who will also make their first live action appearances include the samurai sword-wielding Michonne and the nefarious Governor…”
“Top Gun is fun to watch because it reminds us that film at its best is an escape from reality and, at its worst, a reflection of the worst traits of society at a given time (which make for plenty of laughs and/or grimaces). ”
“At the very least, it will be interesting to see if the surprise success of E.L. James’ work will mark a surge in both the publication and popularity of erotic fiction, and whether or not critics and scholars will take up the reins in the gendered dichotomy of pornography and erotica”
Oscar-winning director, Martin Scorsese, has signed on to produce a documentary film version of Roger Ebert’s memoir, Life Itself. Steve James is set to direct alongside executive producer, Steven Zaillian. Zaillian previously collaborated with Scorsese on Gangs of New York.
“After the last book, I’ll have said everything I have to say about Sookie,” Harris said. “Really, I think it would be doing readers a disservice to continue writing a character when my heart wasn’t in it. I’ve loved writing Sookie, but if you see the end of the road, you see the end of the road.”
“The couple will be married in next month’s release, Issue 51, in a ceremony in New York City’s Central Park. Midtown Comics in Times Square is using this occasion to celebrate same-sex marriages by looking for same-sex couples to have their own weddings in the store on the same day North Star and Jinadu tie the knot.”
“Directed by Michael Hoffman, the film stars Alan Rickman, Colin Firth, Cameron Diaz, Stanley Tucci, and more in a very strong cast. Seeing a Coen script filled with humor brings back Raising Arizona, which is always a good thing.”