The Hunger Games, Harry Potter and Twilight are three of the most successful film franchises of all time – but what about the planned adaptation series that never took off?
We are all thinking of The Hunger Games today as Catching Fire hits DVD/Blu-ray, and not to take anything away from Peeta or Gale, but we feel if Katniss had been presented with one of these other literary bachelors (and/or bachelorettes) she may have chosen a different suitor.
We cover so many current shows on Hypable, but what about the shows that don’t air anymore? Now we have a weekly feature that will make sure you get your suggested dose of nostalgia every week!
The Showplace ICON Theater in Chicago was buzzing with excitement this past Tuesday evening over the city’s premiere of Divergent. We were there to cover every wonderful moment of it.
Last week we sorted our beloved Crawleys into Hogwarts, and this week we’re taking a stab at our favorite downstairs darlings!
Melissa Kantor, author of Maybe One Day, talks about writing about leukemia, friendship, and mortality. Also enter for a chance to win a signed copy of Maybe One Day.
This week’s new releases include titles from Lauren Oliver, Leah Cypess and M.G. Buehrlen.
Hypable sat down with Once Upon a Time show creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz to talk about what’s coming up in the third season.
Who was hot and who was not on the Oscars 2014 red carpet?
The Academy Awards may have just been last night, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to predict that Interstellar will be the front-runner for Best Picture at next year’s Oscars.
The roar could be heard from blocks away. As stars stepped out of their limousines and press members stuck microphones in their faces, the enthusiasm of thousands of cinephiles crowding Hollywood Boulevard echoed across the red carpet and brought in Hollywood’s biggest night with style.
Oscar snubs are rightfully upsetting for those who didn’t go home with the iconic golden statue at the end of the night. Check out our list of biggest Oscar 2014 snubs.
Benedict Cumberbatch has won the Oscars, and the internet.
If there’s one thing that becomes abundantly clear each and every year as the Oscars roll around, its that talent never ends, and as great artists retire, new faces will emerge to fill their places.