Preview: MR. MIRACLE TV movie

Debbie Macomber fans, Christmas comes early this year with the TV movie adaptation of MR. MIRACLE. The film, starring Rob Morrow, Brit Irvin, and Michelle Harrison, tells the story of guardian angel Harry Mills (Rob Morrow).


This teaser trailer just dropped for FAR FROM THE MADDENING CROWD. The film, based on Thomas Hardy’s classic love story, stars Carey Mulligan as Bathsheba Everdene (notice the last name – perhaps inspiration for the number one heroine of our time?) , Michael Sheen (Masters of Sex) as William Boldwood, and Tom Sturridge as Frank Troy.


Is it me, or is every trailer they release getting hotter? I guess this one is technically SFW, but it kinda doesn’t feel that way…enjoy!


This is one we’re looking forward to: INTO THE WOODS us an adaptation of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Broadway musical, and stars Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, James Corden, Anna Kendrick and Chris Pine.
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Film News: ME BEFORE YOU by Jojo Moyes

If you haven’t read Me Before You by JoJo Moyes, you are missing something special. It was by far my favorite novel of last year, and now the book is being made into a film set for August 21 of next summer. The author wrote the screenplay, and it will be directed by Thea Sharrock who directed The Hollow Crown and Call The Midwife on BBC television. If you’re not familiar with the storyline, keep reading. If you love this book as much as I do, I’d love to hear your thoughts. They had nothing in common until love gave them everything to lose .
Louisa Clark is an ordinary girl living an exceedingly ordinary life—steady boyfriend, close family—who has barely been farther afield than their tiny village. She takes a badly needed job working Continue
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I’ve had a long fascination with the rebel hero who meets with a tragic end. It started with Matt Dillon as Dallas in the movie version of S.E. Hinton’s The Outsiders. The hero of my latest novel, Ruin Me, is a law-breaking street artist. But as we all know, truth is stranger – and more devastating – than fiction. This week, there’s a new documentary called THE INTERNET’S OWN BOY about programming genius, activist, and anti-hero, Aaron Swartz, co-founder of Reddit.  Under the weight of outrageous felony indictments charged to make an example of him, he killed himself last year at the age of 26 — but not before instigating changes that help all of us every time we blog or search the internet. Check out this trailer.


It’s with puffy eyes that I write this post about the NYC premiere of THE FAULT IN OUR STARS. Puffy eyes because I spent two hours last night ugly crying as I watched Gus and Hazel on screen. The TFIOS scene at Zigfield Theatre was overwhelming. There were throngs of screaming fans–mostly fangirls, so the decibels were high pitched and LOUD–and a blue carpet instead of a red carpet. Inside the theatre things were calmer, although the tween girls behind me were VERY excited about meeting the brother of Ansel Elgort (aka Augustus Waters). Before the film, the producers, director, screenwriters, and actors were announced to loud cheers. But the loudest cheers of all went to John Green, the author of the book. I thought it was awesome that people were most excited about him.… Continue

Vampire Weekend

In the mood for a vampire love story? Look no further: Tilda Swinton (love her!) and Tom Hiddleton star in Only Lovers Left Alive, the latest movie by Jim Jarmusch (Night on Earth): Set against the romantic desolation of Detroit and Tangier, an underground musician, deeply depressed by the direction of human activities, reunites with his resilient and enigmatic lover. Their love story has already endured several centuries at least, but now they have to deal with the arrival of her wild and uncontrollable younger sister. Can these “wise but fragile outsiders” continue to survive as the modern world collapses around them? If you see Only Lovers Left Alive this weekend, let us know what you think!


Entertainment Weekly reports that the bestselling “misfit” YA romance Eleanor & Park is being made into a feature film by Dreamworks: “Every girl who has read it says, ‘That was me in high school, or that was me in 7th grade,’” Holly Bario, DreamWorks president of production, told EW. “It reminded all of us of our own sort of awkwardness, or family dysfunction.” Rainbow Rowell will write the screenplay. Okay, let the dream casting begin. Who do you pick?

It’s Raining Men…Again

Channing Tatum fans, rejoice: The sequel to Magic Mike will start shooting this fall, according to New York Magazine.  The title? Magic Mike XXL. Yeah, they did. And if for some reason you missed this male stripper movie the first time around, call HBO immediately. (It’s available On Demand this month). It’s the full package, so to speak: Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer, and Mathew McConaughey pre-Oscar win. (Or, if you want to take a shortcut, go to YouTube and search “Channing Tatum Pony dance.” I wish I could post it here – really, I do. ) What did you think of this movie, and will you be going back for more?

Friday Afternoon Outlander Fix

Thank God It’s Friday….and Thank God for Sam Heughan (aka Jamie Fraser). Hopefully these short videos of Jamie, ahem, Sam being super sexy will get you through the last couple of hours before the weekend! First up, a new sneak peek at the mini-series:  

And the hottest Gaelic lessons ever:  

Hot and Bothersome

The new movie poster for Maleficent was unveiled yesterday. Evil has never looked so good, right? In Entertainment Weekly, Angelina Jolie talks about how her daughter Vivienne got to play the role of toddler Princess Aurora: “Other three-and four-year old [actors] wouldn’t come near me. ” They needed a kid who wasn’t afraid of the horns, eyes, and claws. Awww. I might have to see the film just so see the cute little debut! Maleficent comes out on May 30. Will you be seeing it?