Exciting casting news has just been confirmed via Summit Entertainment’s twitter account! The book to movie adaptation of Veronica Roth’s Dystopian Young Adult Novel has just cast three of the film’s key players! In addition to Shailene Woodley who will be starring in the lead role of Tris Prior and Kate Winslet (whose role has yet to be confirmed, but is believed to be Erudite Leader, Jeanine Matthews) the film has chosen its Caleb Prior, Christina, and Tori!
Is Gayle Forman’s If I Stay finally making its way to the big screen with Chloe Grace Moretz in the starring role of Mia? It looks like the answer is, yes! That may be hard to believe for some, who have been excited about talks of this book to movie adaptation in the past, only to be let down as directors and actors fell through. Continue reading
The film adaptation of the Isaac Marion “zombie romance” novel, Warm Bodies, releases in theaters February 1st, just in time for Valentine’s Day. From the previews I’ve seen, it appears to be a witty tongue-in-cheek rom-com that fully acknowledges its absurd premise. What’s the premise you ask? Per the production notes provided by Summit Entertainment: Continue reading
Are there more Twilight movies on the way? Back in June, rumors were swirling that a reboot of the original series was being considered by Summit Entertainment, but the studio swiftly responded by saying no reboot was planned. Summit is not, however, as swift to knock down the recent rumors that a new series of movies set in the world of Twilight could be on the way. With Breaking Dawn: Part II introducing a smorgasbord of new vampire clans, a new set of movies following the lives and loves of vampires and mortals would have no shortage of characters to choose from. Continue reading
Lately, Young Adult literature has been taking over the movie industry in big ways. From the wild success of Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight and Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games to the recent release of The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky, Hollywood Big Shots are looking towards the already written word to develop their next blockbusters. Continue reading