Even Kim Kardashian knows that teens who have cool Tumblrs are the only ones worth knowing. It's best to take a tip from America's most something celebrity and follow the teens. And what better way to get on the good side of America's bright future than giving them a fantastic and teen appropriate gift? There's no…
While America is still adjusting a black Captain America, Hollywood producers should be catering to Hispanic ladies over 25 because, money.
Guess what? Turns out if you essentially ignore half the population, you're leaving money on the table. Apparently this is, like, an AP Calculus-level concept in Hollywood.
You know someone's doomed from the opening lines of The Fault in Our Stars, via the film's self-referential pledge to neither romanticize nor sugar-coat death: "I believe we have a choice in this world about how to tell sad stories... This is the truth. Sorry."
The film adaptation of John Green's The Fault in Our Stars made $42 million dollars this weekend, taking down previous champ Malefiecent forcing the weekend's other big debut from Tom Cruise into third place.
Based on a late-night gross of $8.2 million, The Fault in Our Stars is set to make bank this weekend. And it's all because of the "Book Girls."
The trailer for the new film The Fault in Our Stars just became the most liked movie trailer in YouTube history.
While The Fault in Our Stars trailer is uplifting, it might make you cry. Based on the YA novel by John Green, the story involves a young girl, played by Shailene Woodley, who has been diagnosed with cancer. She meets a young boy whose cancer is in remission, played by Ansel Elgort. The girl tries to keep her…