Greta Gerwig is bringing an old classic back to movie screens everywhere when ‘Little Women’ releases in December! Watch the official trailer.
Follow the 1960s space race from the wives’ perspective in Lily Koppel’s non-fiction novel ‘The Astronaut Wives Club.’ Read my review.
If you haven’t read Paula Hawkins’ “The Girl on the Train” yet, what are you waiting for?! It’s an excellent thriller - read my review.
Amy Poehler’s “Yes Please” is filled with stories about the actress’s own experiences and thoughts about her life. Read a review on the brilliant audiobook.
Delia Owens, author of the best selling novel, “Where the Crawdads Sing” explains the natural and emotional inspirations behind her first fiction book.
Netflix will release “The Dirt” a biography movie about the band Mötley Crüe later this month. Band member Nikki Six discusses his thoughts on the movie.
Steven Callahan spent 76 days lost at sea back in the 1980s. Find out what happened and how did he survive in only a life-raft?!
Back in 1999, JK Rowling had only released 3 of her Harry Potter books and none of the movies had been released. Watch this interview before it became an entertainment phenomenon.
It’s a new Nancy Drew for a new generation! Watch the most recent trailer for the movie “Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase” starring Sophia Lillis.
How much do you know about the history behind the ‘book’ in the new, hit movie “Green Book”? Find out more why this book was necessary.
Can you imagine what Peter Jackson’s “The Lord of the Rings” would look like as a comedic television sitcom? It’s time to find out!
Walt Disney’s version of Mary Poppins is a kinder, gentler version from the books of PL Travers. So why was the change necessary?
Impress at your next holiday or Harry Potter themed party with a classic butterbeer recipe from the year 1588. Check it out!
“The Wisdom of Perversity” by author Rafael Yglesias is a brilliant work of fiction that deals with a very difficult topic: child molestation. Find out more about the book.
College pressure is no joke for teenagers these days. Find out what I thought about Meg Mitchell Moore’s fictional novel, ‘The Admissions.’