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YA Onscreen: Discover STAR TREK: DISCOVERY This September!

CBS releases a start date for Star Trek: Discovery, plus exclusive TV character Funko Pops, more '80s movie remakes, and Wonder Woman has a sister?

YA Onscreen: Discover STAR TREK: DISCOVERY This September!

Welcome back to a new week of YA Onscreen! Peruse the links below at your leisure.

Which actor has appeared on the most CW shows since its inception in 2006? Let us know if you were right in the comments!

ICYMI, we here at FYA take our Chrises so seriously we have an entire post dedicated to scientific research.

We finally have an official date for Star Trek: Discovery - September 24! The first eight episodes will air through November, then the second half starts January 2018.

The latest in '80s movie remakes: Flatliners, stars an interesting mix of actors like Nina Dobrev, Diego Luna, and Ellen Page.

Composer Danny Elfman has been tapped to compose the score for Justice League, taking over for Antonius Tom Holkenborg (aka Junkie XL).

10 book characters that were left out of their movie adaptations

Wonder Woman has a twin named Nubia, who is literally a black queen. Now if social media can get her into the Wonder Woman sequel, the internet will explode.

NBC has announced the Fall premiere dates for shows like This Is Us and Will and Grace

Get thee to SDCC for these con-exclusive Funko Pops. If any lovely readers are attending, some of us at FYA headquarters would love a Luna and Dean with Baby, pretty please and thank you! 

Stranger Things also gets their own Funko retro action figures for characters like Eleven and the demogorgon.

Pitch Perfect 3 brings the Bellas on a world tour. Check out the teaser trailer!

Netflix is releasing a new show on August 11 about an autistic teen entering the dating scene.

Valerian and the City of Thousand Planets comes out next month and if nothing else it looks like it will be a visual delight. This behind-the-scenes featurette takes you through the concept art behind the film.  

Be prepared to shake your head: apparently even Wonder Woman can't get paid the same amount as her male superhero counterparts. 

Will Overlord end up being Bad Robot's next Cloverfield movie?

That's it for the week; let us know what we missed below!


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