In today’s Tweet Beat, Hari Kondabolu might have figured out the best way to defeat Donald Trump, Cher is frustrated and R.L. Stine does some bragging.
For those of you who gobbled up the Goosebumps books in the nineties, you’ll be stoked to see this new trailer for the movie inspired by R.L. Stine’s hit horror series. In it, Jack Black plays a fictionalized version of the author and lives in a spooky house with his niece Hannah (played by Odeya Rush). A teenage boy…
In today's Tweet Beat, Hayden Panettiere has a solid career ahead of her as a spy, R.L. Stine kind of acts like an ass and I hope Gabourey Sidibe got an answer so she can explain it to me.
Did a chill just run down your spine? That's probably because R.L. Stine has arrived at Jezebel to take your questions.
Attention, class! R.L. Stine, sponsor of your childhood nightmares, will be visiting today for a Q&A with Jezebel readers! The chat starts at 1 pm ET, so scheme on some questions. If you don't have time to reread the entire Goosebumps/Fear Street canon, refresh your memory with our Cheerleaders: The First Evil throwback.
R.L. Stine—whose Cheerleaders: The First Evil we recently revisited here at Jezebel—has decided to liven up Halloween with a bit of creepy storytelling delivered in 140 character bursts to his 134,000 Twitter followers.
Welcome back to our Halloween YA throwback book club! Today we are tackling Cheerleaders: The First Evil, which follows "vibrant, blonde" sisters Bobbi and Corky Corcoran in their fight against a faceless menace stalking their squad. It remains amazing.
In today's Tweet Beat, Jaden Smith pontificates, two blondes hang out in Arkansas and I think R.L. Stine is trying to give us a hint.
Admit it: You had at least one encounter with a tween terror classic that left you scared shitless, cowering under the covers. Or at least very, very jumpy in the dark. This Halloween, Jezebel will be celebrating our adolescent nightmares with a special Spooky Scary YA Book Club. Help us pick what to read!
Extremely important announcement if you buy Christmas gifts for teens and your goal is to freak them the hell out: R.L. Stine is bringing back his "Fear Street" series, to scare the pants off a new generation of young adult readers. He's writing six more, starting with Party Games, which drops in late September:
Jack Black has reportedly signed on to play author R.L. Stine in an upcoming Goosebumps movie written by Mike White and co-starring Ken Marino. This is literally the most perfect confluence of my interests since Doritos Locos tacos. I mean, what's next: John Goodman's going to play Grandma Jenkins in a Ghostwriter…
Today in Tweet Beat, Ke$ha defends the ethics of her feather hair extensions, explaining that she likes to recycle body parts, like human teeth. Plus, Teresa Giudice's has written a second New York Times bestseller.
Today in Tweet Beat, Lindsay is back to being photographed professionally. Plus, Ice-T continues his farting conversation.
And lots of other good birthdays today: Sigourney Weaver, Matt Damon, Daniel Faraday (er, Jeremy Davies). And on that note, have a good weekend (and maybe spend it reading The Babysitter or Goosebumps)!