Welcome back to another installment of YA Onscreen. Before we get into the fun stuff, there are people in Houston and the surrounding areas who are having a tough go of it in these last few days as Hurricane Harvey floods them out of their homes. YA authors like Marie Lu are urging people to donate, and some authors are even matching donations. Click here if you'd like to donate to Global Giving.
Would you be interested in going to a theme park with areas devoted to The Hunger Games and the Twilight series? If your answer is yes, then plan on booking a trip to South Korea in 2019.
Nick Jonas joins Chaos Walking as the antagonist, Davy, opposite Daisey Ridley and Tom Holland.
Amid cries of whitewashing for the upcoming movie, Hellboy, actor Ed Skrein, who was cast in the role unaware of the character's Asian background, resigns with a thoughtful statement on the situation.
We've got the first promo for the Heathers TV series. What do y'all think?
Four female superhero teams that would be perfect for the silver screen or our television screens.
Alamo Drafthouse is having clown-only screenings of IT. Uh...congrats? That is one screening I will gladly skip. *shivers*
Teen Wolf recreated a scene from the original movie, with a twist.
The best and worst moments of MTV's VMAs this past weekend.
Teaser trailer and episode titles for the upcoming fourth season of Black Mirror. Don't watch before bed.
Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner show off their friendship in Carpool Karaoke: The Series and it's adorbs.
Finally, some showrunners who understand that more doesn't always mean better: Stranger Things will probably end after four seasons and that's okay.
Someone ranks all the Pixar movies in order from worst to best. Ratatouille before Toy Story? Sorry, not buying it.
That's it for the week. Let us know what we missed in the comments!