Welcome to this week's YA Onscreen. Please peruse the links below at your leisure.
Did anyone watch the Britney Spears bio-pic on Lifetime, Britney Ever After? Was it as horrible as I assume it was?
Thanks to the power of translation and grammar, a small plot point has been revealed about the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Jane the Virgin star Gina Rodriguez and 3Pas are teaming up with Hulu to do an adaptation of Yaqui Delado Wants to Kick Your Ass.
Emma Watson explains why her role of Hermione turned out to be a great role model.
In even more live-action Disney movie reboot news, Jon Favreau announced his picks for Simba and Mufasa:
And Whale Rider director, Niki Caro, will be directing the live-action version of Mulan. This one I'm actually a little excited about.
Character actor Warren Frost passed away at age 91. He played recurring roles in shows like Seinfeld, Twin Peaks, and Matlock.
E! is getting itself an hour-long scripted drama reboot of the '90s teen film, Jawbreaker.
The trailer for Nicola Yoon's Everything, Everything came out last week, and in recent movie trailer fashion, it shows us practically everything that happens. If you haven't read the book and enjoy being surprised when watching a film, you'll probably want to skip watching:
Disney's Tangled: The Series already has a season 2 renewal and it hasn't even started yet.
Everyone's favorite romantic Scot won't be back on our screens until sometime in September.
ICYMI, Red Nose Charity is bringing back all of our favorites from Love Actually. I feel like this is even better than getting a sequel (because those tend to stink).
In a potentially troublesome move, The Newsoom writer Matthew Lopez has been hired to rewrite the script for Chaos Walking.
A deleted scene from Moana shows us the brother she almost had.
That's it for the week! Tell us what news we missed below.