Many of the world’s most popular blockbusters didn’t start out as films. Their enthralling plots were only brought to Hollywood after their books achieved chart-topping success—The Lord of the Rings, The Hunger Games, Harry Potter, etc. In situations like these, fans often engage in heated debates over which version was better—the book or the movie. To help settle the many scores, we’re examining six of the most popular book-to-movie transitions from the last decade to determine which version was truly the better of the two.
Struggling to find work in NYC, a Frenchman (Sofiane Madi) lands a job at an urban barbershop owned by Legendary Rapper AZ. “Frenchie comes To America” is Gorgeously shot and perfectly performed, the movie delivers an […]
‘Queen & Slim’ Full Trailer: Black Love And Protest Art Collide In Melina Matsoukas’ Feature Directorial Debut
The official trailer for Universal’s Queen & Slim was released Wednesday morning. The film is directed by Melina Matsoukas and written/produced by Lena Waithe. It stars Jodie Turner-Smith and Daniel Kaluuya. This full-length trailer release comes after […]
‘Booksmart’: Mason Gooding, Son of Cuba Gooding Jr., On Making His Film Debut In The Hilarious Coming-Of-Age Comedy
The high school coming-of-age comedy will get a much-needed reimagining with the release of Booksmart, the feature directorial debut of actress Olivia Wilde. The film, which made its world premiere at the South by Southwest […]