after trailer

A writer publishes a wildly popular fan fiction series that gets turned into a book. That book becomes a phenomenon and eventually gets adapted into a steamy, boundary-pushing feature film franchise. Sound familiar? Well, rinse and repeat that formula that was set by Fifty Shades of Grey — which famously traces its roots back to a Twilight fan fiction — and you’ve got After, the upcoming erotic romance movie that is (literally) a Harry Styles fan fiction meets Fifty Shades of Grey. See the After trailer below.

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riverdale spin-off

The CW is bringing the drama with its new pilot orders for a Riverdale spin-off and a Jane the Virgin spin-off. The network handed out pilot pickups to four dramas — two of which are based on existing shows and two others based on existing intellectual properties — that all hope to earn a spot on the network’s 2019-2010 TV schedule.

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the miseducation of cameron post streaming

The Sundance darling The Miseducation of Cameron Post is getting another distributor. The Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner starring Chloe Grace Moretz has been acquired by HBO following the film’s small August theatrical release by FilmRise, which helped broker the deal with the cable company.

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to all the boys i've loved before sequel

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel is officially going steady at Netflix, with stars Lana Condor and Noah Centineo set to reprise their roles in the hit romantic-comedy. The sequel would adapt the second book in Jenny Han‘s best-selling trilogy, P.S. I Still Love You, which introduces a romantic rival for the lovable jock Peter Kavinsky, the role that made a heartthrob out of Centineo. Whoa, whoa, whoa, indeed.

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chilling adventures of sabrina season 3

Chaos will reign for two more seasons on Netflix, which has officially ordered 16 more episodes of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. These 16 new episodes will make up Chilling Adventures of Sabrina seasons 3 and 4, or as dubbed by Netflix, Part 3 and Part 4. They will follow the already-announced “Part 2” of the hit horror-fantasy drama, which is set to premiere in April 2019.

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edge of seventeen cast

YouTube’s The Edge of Seventeen series has found its lead. Hunger Games star Isabelle Fuhrmann will take on the role of the awkward teen girl originated by Hailee Steinfeld in the 2016 coming-of-age fim. Joining Fuhrmann in The Edge of Seventeen YouTube series cast is Liana Liberato (Hulu’s Light as a Feather), who will play the best friend, Lou.

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chilling adventures of sabrina midwinter's tale trailer

Christmas is coming early at the Spellmans’ household, with Netflix dropping the first trailer for Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale. The holiday special for the wildly popular Satanic Sabrina TV series takes the “chilling” in its title seriously, conjuring up some creepy demons and an evil Santa for the upcoming episode. The holidays never seemed so haunted.

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to all the boys i've loved before sequel

Whoa, whoa, whoa, it looks like we’re getting a To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel. Netflix is currently developing a sequel to the summer smash hit that made heartthrobs out of stars Noah Centineo and Lana Condor. While both Centineo and Condor had said that they would be on board for a sequel, which would adapt the second in Jenny Han‘s series of novels, P.S. I Still Love You, a new report confirms that Netflix is in discussion with Paramount as part of a new multipicture deal.

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the edge of seventeen tv series

The Edge of Seventeen continues to make its way from the big screen to the small screen, as YouTube gives a pilot order to a half-hour comedy series adapting the critically acclaimed 2016 dramedy starring Hailee Steinfeld.

But The Edge of Seventeen TV series won’t be a sequel or remake, or even a spin-off as had been previously reported. Much like FX’s successful TV series adapting the Coen Brothers’ classic crime drama FargoThe Edge of Seventeen TV series will only be loosely inspired by the Kelly Fremon Craig film.

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Are you there Hollywood? It’s Judy Blume, finally allowing the movie industry to take a crack at her most beloved novel.

The author has been famously reluctant to let Hollywood adapt her hugely influential 1970 coming-of-age novel Are You There God? It’s Me Margaret, but has now granted the rights to the team behind The Edge of Seventeen. The long-awaited adaptation will be helmed by Kelly Fremon Craig, who made her directorial debut with the vastly underrated teen dramedy.

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