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YA Onscreen: Drew Barrymore Brings Us A Female-Centric Horror Anthology

Drew and The CW ask, "What's your favorite scary TV show?" and hope you'll say theirs, plus meet the new guys on Jane The Virgin and The 100.

YA Onscreen: Drew Barrymore Brings Us A Female-Centric Horror Anthology

Thanks for joining us for another week of YA Onscreen! Hope all the Americans out there enjoyed a relaxing Labor Day weekend, and for any British royalty enthusiasts out there - who's excited for another adorable prince or princess? Without further adieu, let's hit the links!

Meet the new big bad for The 100's season five: Spanish actor, William Miller, who will play a former crime-syndicate enforcer.

This article makes the case that The Mindy Project was never quite as woke as it seemed to be. Do you agree?

Libba Bray has even more thoughts for the guys who shared a "ground-breaking" idea about an all-female film version of Lord of the Flies

Color me intrigued (because I can't resist a good horror/thriller) about an upcoming female-centric horror anthology, produced by Drew Barrymore for the CW.

Paul Bettany is joining the Han Solo movie, replacing Michael Kenneth Williams. The character will no longer be a motion-capture alien (because why hide Paul Bettany behind CGI?). 

We discuss rebooted TV shows here week after week, and TVLine has helpfully cobbled together a list of more than 150 reboots and revivals for our perusal. 

Your Outlander refresher, so you can recall all those juicy moments with perfect clarity before the new season starts on September 10. (No judgments if you go back to replay a few of the steamier scenes, too, for science.)

Angelina Jolie's film, First They Killed My Father, received a standing ovation during its premiere in Telluride. The film was adapted from a book with the same name, which I would highly recommend picking up. It will premiere on Netflix on September 15. 

Jane The Virgin showrunner, Jennie Snyder Urman, gives us the scoop on Adam, played by Tyler Posey, who was one of Jane's first loves. 

Because Hollywood has run out of new ideas, we're getting yet another Indiana Jones movie, but at least Shia LaBeouf's character, Mutt, will be absent. 

That's it for the week. Let us know what we missed in the comments below!

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