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Movie News–updates on Teen books in pop culture

The-Hunger-Games It was announced today that Peeta and Gale have been cast!  Josh Hutcherson (The Kids Are All Right) will be Peeta and Liam Helmsworth (The Last Song) will be Gale.  Click here to check out the EW.com article that announced the news this morning. And if you haven’t read The Hunger Games and want to know what all the fuss is about click here to check it out at the Library.

 

 

 

 

Apparently, now there are now two different Snow White movies being released in 2012Previously, I posted about an anticipated adaptation of the Snow White fairy tale by Universal that has Kristin Stewart has signed on to play Snow White.  Entitled Snow White and the Huntsmen, it also has Charlize Theron signed on as the evil queen.  In this adaptation Snow White will be trained to fight off the evil queen by the Huntsmen.  Could it be a darker take on the fairy tale?  Recently, it was announced that Lily Collins has signed on to play Snow White for an adaptation of the fairy tale by Relativity Media that already has Julia Roberts as the evil queen.  Not much is known about what direction this adaptation will take.  So who will be the better Snow White?  Can’t wait until 2012?  Check out this book from the Library: Snow: A Retelling of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves by Tracy Lynn.

 

Wither In other non-movie news, the Los Angeles Times has an excellent review of the new YA novel, Wither by Lauren DeStefano, the first book in a planned trilogy.  If you liked the books The Hunger Games, Matched, or Delirium, you’ll probably like Wither.

 

 

 

 

 

City of Fallen Angels Finally, Cassandra Clare’s audiobook for The City of Fallen Angels is getting celebrity treatment.  EW.com is reporting that Molly Quinn (Castle) and Ed Westwick (Gossip Girl) are narrating and there is even a clip of Ed reading the first chapter.  Click here to view it.

 

 

 

 

 

By Colleen, Teen Services Librarian on April 4, 2011 Categories: Fiction, Movies

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