The World War Z trailer is finally here! Not sure how I feel about it. Kinda like how the zombies look like manic swarming ants, but…
A short form version of musings, tidbits, quotes, and other assorted items from your friendly neighborhood Book Smugglers, Ana Grilo and Thea James.
So, I don’t know if anyone else is following the amazing btothef blog, in which this guy Ryan reads and reviews the novelization of Back to the Future, one page at a time. Yes, you read that correctly - the novelization of the film. I love that the back of the book reads:
HE WAS NEVER IN TIME FOR HIS CLASSES…
HE WASN’T IN TIME FOR HIS DINNER…
THEN ONE DAY…
HE WASN’T IN HIS TIME AT ALL.
Both an exciting novel and a high-spirited adventure film, BACK TO THE FUTURE is the unforgettable story of a modern time-travelling teenager whose journey to the past risks his very own future when he discovers surprises he never could have imagined.
Also, apparently the full title of the book is: Steven Spielberg Presents: Back To The Future: A Robert Zemeckis Film: A Novel by George Gipe Based on a screenplay by Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale.
A little late to the party, but there’s a second Hunger Games trailer out! A lot of the same footage as trailer 1, but some new action towards the end (and more of a focus on the significance of the Mockingjay pin). HUZZAH!
I AM HYPERVENTILATING RIGHT NOW. Apparently Joss Whedon has finished filming an adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing featuring Amy Acker and Alexis Denisof (and also, Nathan Fillion!). And I want this to be real so badly. (Via The Mary Sue)