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YA Onscreen: Our First Big Look At FANTASTIC BEASTS

Plus we undergo a little rebranding, the Baby-sitters Club reunites, Chloe Moretz is our LITTLE MERMAID and more!

YA Onscreen: Our First Big Look At FANTASTIC BEASTS

Welcome back to YA Onscreen, formerly known as the YA Movie News Roundup until we realized half of our news is about all of the great young adult television adaptations out there! Let's hop to.

This week delivered tons of scoop on the Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them front: an EW cover, a gallery of images, a plot synopsis. In other JK Rowling news, she's writing another children's book. How does this woman have the time?

Chloe Moretz is officially Ariel in the live-action The Little Mermaid. I approve, sure.

The Hunger Games theme park is taking shape.

Posh's Baby-Sitters Club reunion is all over the internet! BuzzfeedUs WeeklyThe WeekEW and more! So cool. Read her writeup here, if you missed it.

The 100 casts a new recurring role, and Devin at BMD wrote a great piece about how that show is the smart, brutal sci-fi successor to Battlestar Galactica that we've all been waiting for. Read it!

Some details on the characters filling out Greg Berlanti's Archie series Riverdale

Bunheads is streaming! I love Bunheads so so much.


 

There will be Dark Crystal prequels?!

Completely in love with this conversation between Veronica Mars' Rob Thomas and The OC's Josh Schwartz.

The final trailer for Marvel's Jessica Jones series on Netflix shows our girl Krysten Ritter kicking so much ass. Can't wait for this: 

That's it for this week! Give us your thoughts downstairs.

Meredith Borders's photo About the Author: Meredith Borders is a brewpub owner and freelance writer/editor living in Houston. Her dog's middle name is Hermione, and she makes purse decisions based almost entirely on their capacity to hold books.
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