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The trailer for the new live-action The Jungle Book has been released! Watch here:

The very first trailer for Disney’s new live-action version of the 1967 hit film The Jungle Book has been released.

The film, which has an all-star cast and features the voices of Bill Murray, Scarlett Johannson, Idris Elba, Ben Kingsley, Lupita Nyong’o and Christopher Walken is directed by Jon Favreau. 55 more words

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The Jungle Book Official Teaser Trailer(2016)

Disney’s The Jungle Book is getting a live adaptation version. The Jungle Book is one of Disney’s most respected and well garnered animation films from its earlier days. 46 more words

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7 times women have been asked sexist questions by reporters

Time and time again, high-profile women get asked sexist and stupid questions by reporters. The latest to experience that embarrassing reality was Sandra Bullock at the Toronto International Film Festival, where she was promoting her new film  653 more words


Book Bits: 'The Girl in the Spider's Web,' Scarlett Johannson, James Joyce letters, Ursula Le Guin

Book Bits is a compilation of links to book news, author interviews, reviews and other publishing information that appears on this blog on Tuesdays.

In a Facebook discussion with another author about book series that continue to be produced after their founding authors have died, we agreed (subjectively, perhaps) that there’s a difference between a series in which the author has chosen another author to continue on and a series where somebody else is hired by the estate or the publisher to write more novels. 944 more words

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Johnny Depp Set Off Investigation That Led To Capture Of Hollywood Peeping Tom

SHERMAN OAKS (CBSLA.com) — It was reportedly while working on “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” that actor Johnny Depp heard talk of a possible Peeping Tom on set. 163 more words


MOVIE REVIEW | Lucy (2014)

“Learning is always a painful process. Like when you’re little, and your bones are growing, and you ache all over.”

When I wrote about Luc Besson… 468 more words