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The Sweet Valley High Movie Will Be A Musical

The Sweet Valley High Movie Will Be A Musical

There are so many reasons to get excited for the upcoming movie adaptation of the Sweet Valley High books. Besides the fact Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield, the main characters in the series will finally get their time on the silver screen Diablo Cody, who wrote Juno and Young Adult will be the one transforming the twin’s lives into a film. And now Diablo has revealed Sweet Valley High won’t just be a movie, it will be a movie musical. More »

Art Crush: Movie Posters From The Young Adult Pop-Up Screenings

Art Crush: Movie Posters From The Young Adult Pop-Up Screenings

Paramount has been promoting Diablo Cody‘s new movie Young Adult in a cool way: By holding pop-up screenings around the country featuring the movie’s stars. Depending on the town, you might get to see stars Charlize Theron and Patton Oswalt and director Jason Reitman. But no matter what, each screening’s attendees received a special limited-edition poster. We count six in total, each equally dark and irreverent like the movie. More »

The First Poster for Diablo Cody’s Young Adult Parodies Every YA Book You Ever Read to Pieces

The First Poster for Diablo Cody's Young Adult Parodies Every YA Book You Ever Read to Pieces

Diablo Cody knows where she fits in best: Profiling the familiar faces from every high school. You had the self-possessed outcast in Juno, the killer prom queen in Jennifer’s Body, and now the woman who’s stuck in high school. Paramount just released the first poster for Diablo’s latest project Young Adult, where Charlize Theron plays a failed teen lit writer who returns to her hometown to stalk her ex-boyfriend (Patrick Wilson)… who happens to be married and have a baby. More »

Revisiting Our Old Friend Daria – Remember Daria, MTV’s original queen of sarcasm? Well, the show was recently released on DVD! Tracy Grandstaff, the voice of Daria, answered fifteen questions asked by folks like Diablo Cody, Liz Lee and Tavi Gevinson. (via Can I Get a Man With That?)