If The Fault in Our Stars warmed your heart and also made you stream crocodile tears, then you’re probably already looking forward to Five Feet Apart. Not unlike the aforementioned adaptation of John Green’s book, this movie follows a 17-year old girl named Stella (Haley Lu Richardson of Split) who is afflicted with cystic fibrosis, keeping her confined to a hospital and unable to make human contact. That becomes all the more challening when she meets a fellow cystic fibrosis patient named Will (Cole Sprouse of Riverdale), who is a bit of a rebel that makes Stella question what she should really be concerned about with life.
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Who knew that the “sick teen weepy” would become an automatic greenlight for Hollywood studio executives? After The Fault in Our Stars made over $300 million worldwide in 2014, there have been several attempts to recapture that lightning in a bottle.
The latest is Five Feet Apart, which stars Columbus and Edge of Seventeen‘s Haley Lu Richardson as a girl with cystic fibrosis. She meets a character played by Riverdale hunk Cole Sprouse who also has that condition, and even though doctors dictate that they must keep a certain amount of distance between them for their own safety…well, love is a powerful thing. Check out the first trailer below. Read More »
Two seasons of Riverdale in a single year is a kind gift from The CW. The series, based on the famous Archie comics, quickly found its groove in season one and kept getting better and better. The finale ended season one on a high note with a few surprises and shocks tying up loose ends and setting up storylines for season two – which looks like it’s going to get a little darker. As one critic says in the new teaser for Riverdale, it’s an “invitingly dark” series. It can get bleak, but rarely dark enough to lessen the fun. It’s a balance well struck in the first season of the series, and the Riverdale season 2 teaser promises more of the same.
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The highly enjoyable television adaptation of the Archie comics, Riverdale, has been renewed for a second season. Archie, Veronica, Betty, and Jughead’s highs and lows at Riverdale High are now officially far from over. Riverdale is about halfway through its 13-episode first season, but it’s great to hear it also won’t be its last. While the central mystery of season one – the death of Jason Blossom – has yet to be solved, some fans of the show, such as myself, already wouldn’t mind seeing other seasons with Archie and his charismatic friends navigating the sinister town of Riverdale.
Let’s talk about the Riverdale season two details and why you really should be watching this show.
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Josie and the Pussycats appeared in the first episode of The CW’s Riverdale, which is becoming more entertaining. The group is working on their look, and trying to tell their story through their music. Publisher Archie Comics introduced them to comic book readers in 1963. A year earlier, another famous character from Archie Comics, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, made her debut in Archie’s Madhouse #22. Writer George Gladir and artist Dan DeCarlo‘s character went on to have an animated show and a ’90s sitcom, but like Josie and the Pussycats, will she ever show her face in the creepy town of Riverdale? The show’s creator, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, says it’s a possibility.
Below, learn more about the potential of seeing Sabrina the Teenage Witch in Riverdale.
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Archie is under a lot of pressure in the messy Riverdale pilot. He can’t get over what happened between him Miss Grundy and he clashes with his dad (Luke Perry), as he struggles between going into the family business or pursuing his musical aspirations. The town of Riverdale is even worse off, following the death of Jason Blossom. There’s a lot of angst and misery going on in Riverdale, which gets off to a rough start but isn’t without potential.
Below, watch a new Riverdale teaser.
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