This week I have so many links for you that I haven’t even had a chance to read them all. (Okay, the “not reading them all” thing happens more than I’d care to admit. But just on the wordy articles!) So let’s get clicking!
Book Related Things
The movie adaptation of Judy Blume’s Tiger Eyes comes out 7 June, but it apparently wasn’t an easy process getting it made. Read the whole interview in EW and see if you can attend one of the screenings.
How would you recreate Netherfield ball from Pride and Prejudice? BBC gives it a go.
Check out J.K. Rowling’s handwritten notes on The Order of the Phoenix.
Awesome pop-culture artist Megan Lara drew this art nouveau style illustration of Katniss in her interview dress. (And luckily, you can get it as a shirt or print.)
This audio interview with Margaret Atwood is worth a listen for her fans.
Are male and female characters judged differently?
Awesome vintage library posters.
Movie Related Things
If you're me, you know its been a good week when you have MULTIPLE Great Gatsby and cat mashup themed items to share. Here’s the trailer re-mixed with the Aristocats and these photoshops are just hilarious. (Also, Alix told me this is a thing that exists, which I can’t even handle. Want!)
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is expanding! With Diagon Alley and more!
TV Related Things
The first trailer for Joss Whedon’s S.H.I.E.L.D. is out and it is very Joss-y, if you know what I mean.
Trailers for new CW shows, including The Originals and four other shows that looks all sorts of ridiculous.
The trailer is out for Super Fun Night, Rebel Wilson’s pilot on ABC.
There has been little luck for the TV shows based on YA dystopian series. The Selection didn’t get picked up by the CW (again!) and Fox didn’t pick up Delirium. (Delirium fans have created a petition if you want to show your support.)
Whose Line Is It Anyway? is returning to TV with the original cast. Is it 1998 again!? (That said, the CW’s penchant for cross-promotion is giving me hives and bad flashbacks to all the horrible America’s Next Top Model cameos on Veronica Mars.)
Netflix takes a hard hitting look at an issue that is tearing our country's families apart: Netflix Adultery.
Check out this Batgirl and Nightwing themed wedding. Too cute.
The best thing that happened all week (or really, ANY week, ever): Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield covers David Bowie’s Space Oddity...from the mother freaking International Space Station.
That’s it for now, but share with us your finds in the comments below! Or, ya know, you can just use the comments to talk about how sexy Chris Hadfield and his mustache are. I won’t judge.