'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' Movie Plot & Cast: JK Rowling Reveals New Film Details! [Spoilers]
More and more details about the much-awaited Harry Potter spinoff "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" continue to spill, with the latest one coming from JK Rowling herself. In one of her Twitter sessions, she managed to drop a morsel of info.
David Oyelowo was tapped to play the role of James Bond. Not in the big screen though, but in an audiobook. In an interview with The Guardian, the award-winning actor revealed he was "very honoured" in having received such legendary role.
In July, the Marvel Universe dominated the list of top 100 comic books released by Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc.
The Obama family is going for a two-week vacation in Martha's Vineyard. Here are the books that the president packed for the summer trip.
The fall season is perfect for staying indoors at the comfort of your couch and blankets while reading a nice book. Here is a list of memoirs that will be ideal for this season.
There are not too many gender-neutral books out there and although there are authors who want to release such types of books, Bustle says it's quite difficult. The publication reasons that the English language's landscape points a different word to use to pertain to a female and another for a male.
It was only a couple of days ago when TS Eliot's "The Contemporary Novel," a never-been-published short on literary criticism, was released by The Times Literary Supplement. Now, Flavorwire is reporting that another piece, which the essayist entrusted to his mother, has made its way from the treasure box.
The world can now gawk at the oldest multi-color book, unfortunately not in the flesh. A digitized copy of the "Manual of Calligraphy and Painting," which is almost 400 years old was published Cambridge University Library.
Renowned Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami's finest motivational and life-altering words are now compiled in one single tome for the convenience of his fans seeking advice on cats, broken hearts, jazz and everything in between.
After 37 long years, Judith Kerr has a big surprise for her fans. The celebrated 92-year-old writer and illustrator, known for her time-withstanding children's book classics such as "The Tiger Who Came to Tea" and "Mog, the Forgetful Cat," is back with a new one.
Too busy to get off Twitter but want to read a book at the same time? University College London English professor, John Sutherland, understands your pain, and so, with 140 words, the emeritus instructor tells the stories within the limit of a quick tweet allows.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg 'A Year of Books' Club 16th Pick: 'The Varieties of Religious Experience' by William James
Mark Zuckerberg has chosen the 16th title to add to his "A Year of Books" Club — "The Varieties of Religious Experience" by William James. As usual, the social media magnate explained on a Facebook post why he chose the book.
Step aside, Harry and Katniss. There are new heroes in town. While the subject of YA reads always make one think of their stories, there a lot out there to check out too. To get you started, here are five titles to pick up.
George RR Martin recently sat down with New York Observer to discuss how the most talked about epic will come to an end. Surprisingly, it won't be a "horrible apocalypse" like how many pictured it.
Hillary Clinton is getting a picture book, filled with amazing illustrations of her greatest moments and inspirational words to live by. Simply titled "Hillary," the book, Mashable says, chronicles her journey from being a humble girl from the suburbs of Chicago to a presidential candidate.