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Time to celebrate the film adaptation of a beloved classic with a party!
Coming soon to a
bookstore theater near you!
Feeling a little verklempt over here.
Join us in checking out trailers for Lady Bird, Murder on the Orient Express, Wonder, The Man Who Invented Christmas, The Shape of Water and Jumani: Welcome to the Jungle.
Let's dish on everything, everything about this YA adaptation. (Including a drinking game, because OBVS.)
To celebrate the upcoming release of Everything, Everything, we're giving away a lovely prize pack!
The film adaptation of Lauren Oliver's novel, about a girl who must live the same day over and over again, is worth repeat viewing.
Add these movies to your calendar now.
Celebrate the release of the Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children movie with a prize pack!
WHAT, TODD? WHAAAAAAT?!!!
The Divergent movie series will wrap up as a TV movie and a spinoff series instead.
In which we check out trailers for Central Intelligence, The Legend of Tarzan, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, Star Trek Beyond, Indignation and The Space Between Us.
A new Jane Austen adaptation is gift enough, but we're doing a giveaway too!
Because there's no way this movie was designed for sober people.
Mark your calendars for the YA (and YA-adjacent) films coming out this year.
And it is full on b-a-n-a-n-a-s.
Did your fave make the list of the top 10 FYA posts of the year?
A girl and her gay best friend fall for the same guy in the film adaptation of Rachel Cohn and David Levithan's novel.
If your brain is quick to cast your favorite actors when you read a book, you might want to think twice.
Because if Haymitch taught us anything, it's that alcohol numbs the pain.
Our favorite baby-sitters got together for a magical 20th anniversary screening.
Lauren Graham is set to adapt The Royal We for the big screen with Mae Whitman as the star. COMMENCE FREAK-OUT.
Although Sherlock Holmes stories have inspired adaptations for more than a century, they suddenly seems to have become a thing. (A good thing.)
In which we check out trailers for About Ray, The Martian, Crimson Peak, The Last Witch Hunter, Victor Frankenstein and The Good Dinosaur.
If this trailer is any indication, The 5th Wave is going to melt our faces with awesome. (And Evan Walker is gonna melt our panties with hotness.)
Smell ya later, The Fault in Our Stars.
One of James Halliday's favorite directors will helm the search for his Easter eggs!
If you want to survive this movie, you're gonna have to get a little Dauntless (with alcohol).
Needs more Radar.
Enter to win a copy of The DUFF, plus a special edition t-shirt and a signed poster!
The characters from The DUFF want to wish you a Happy Valentine's Day! Plus: a chance to win screening tickets for select cities!
What YA books will be seen on the big screen in 2015?
Enter to a win a copy of the Blu-ray and the novel, plus join author James Dasher for a Twitter party!
In which Tris' hair faces off with Jeanine Matthews.
It’s not exactly a cheerful holiday movie, but it might make you extra thankful for your Thanksgiving feast.
And that's not even the best part!
Plus a review of the movie. Like that matters.
Obviously, Tris found a faction with a really great salon.
Those CGI horses better look good.
The Maze Runner is that rare film adaptation that actually surpasses its literary roots.
Explore Amy Dunne's Pinterest page for clues, then enter to win a copy of the book plus tickets to see the film!
The elusive Margo Roth Spiegelman has been cast in John Green's next film adaptation!
SO MUCH DYSTOPIA.
When you’re friends with Joss Whedon, you say yes when he invites you to his house for a weekend to film an adaptation of a Shakespearean play.
Sorry, other YA adaptations, but The Maze Runner has the best cast, period. YEAH I SAID IT.
Gayle Forman's novel loses some of its power in the translation to film, but the movie still delivers all of the feels.
Select FYA Book Clubs got to see If I Stay early, and they're ready to give you the lowdown.
Turning a beloved YA novel into a movie is tougher than you'd think...
Kerensa gets the dirt on the behind the scenes of The Giver from the stars and Lois Lowry.
There’s nothing better than watching Anne Hathaway do a musical number—particularly when she’s being wooed by a very princely Hugh Dancy rather than having to sell herself to make a living.
Enter to win a blu-ray combo pack, so you can watch
shirtless Theo James Divergent over and over again!
It really is SUCH a tease.
Lois Lowry dishes on the process of writing The Giver, the changes made to bring the story to the big screen and how’s it’s best to suspend disbelief when it comes to the technology used in the book.
Meet the actors who'll be joining Chloe Grace Moretz in one of FYA's most anticipated adaptations!
The first promo video for Mockingjay Part 1 is here, and it's REALLY WHITE.
The Fault In Our Stars is a film the YA community can be proud of. Thank god.
John Green dishes on The Fault In Our Stars movie, including the casting process, the script and his biggest fear about the film.
Who should star opposite Chloe Moretz in the adaptation of Rick Yancey's heart-pounding apocalyptic novel? Let's convo!
The final Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants novel is going to be a movie. Does anyone care?
Join us for a discussion of the new trailer for If I Stay, or, as we like to call it, If I Ugly Cry. (Okay, more like When I Ugly Cry.)
Eleanor & Park is gonna be a movie! Now, let's make sure Hollywood doesn't eff it up.
Because our fearscape is a world without cocktails.
In celebration of the upcoming release of Divergent, we partnered with Lionsgate and the Alamo Drafthouse to host our very own Dauntless Initiation. We didn't have fearscapes, but we did have Theo James!
'Based on the book by Lois Lowry', you say? Science will be the judge of that.
Jennie went to the Divergent screening in San Francisco and reports back from the red carpet! SPOILER: You're going to love it.
Posh visited the Divergent set and promptly fell in love with the entire Dauntless faction.
Mandy W. watched Vampire Academy and (barely) lived to tell about it.
Basically, we all need to buy stock in Kleenex before June.
This movie is definitely on a roller coaster that only goes up.
... and once again, Entertainment Weekly lets us make the requisite "EW" joke.
Still not on board with Theo James as Four? This sizzling little clip might change your mind.
Author Gayle Forman reports on her visit to the set, which included an abundance of gum, tears and amazing people.
Because everything, even competitive killing, is more fun with drinking.
We’ve teased you enough—it’s now time for an official discussion of the first full Divergent trailer!
The first full-length Divergent trailer will be released this Wednesday!
Author Markus Zusak dishes on The Book Thief and its upcoming film adaptation. Plus, enter to win a copy of the book and a gift card to see the movie!
FINALLY! THE QUARTER QUELL ARENA!
This week's edition of Shirtless News contains, like, actual news! But not a lot of pants, so NSFW-ish.
During her visit to the Divergent set, Posh sat down for a hot minute with stars Shailene Woodley and Zoë Kravitz. And yes, it was the coolest.
Posh may be a mundane, but even she can see that The Mortal Instruments is kind of terrible.
Summit released a whole minute of Divergent footage! So obviously, we must analyze every single second.
One lucky reader will win a Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters movie and book prize pack!
Join us in an intellectual dissection of the latest Catching Fire trailer. Also, WTF Finnick.
In news that will surprise absolutely no one, Effie totally wins this trailer.
Megan watches Fat Kid Rules The World and hopes you will join her punk band.
We settle the title for best Teen Movie the only way possible: a fight to the death! Which film will remain standing, Clueless or 10 Things I Hate About You?
A statistical analysis of FYA's top casting calls. ("Statistical" means "pies and shirtlessness", right?)
For the sake of SCIENCE, Alix watches four adaptations of Jean Webster's Daddy-Long-Legs to determine which is the most watchable (spoiler: none of them).
Megan and Alix watch Blood & Chocolate, a werewolf movie with an astounding 11% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Even if your heart is dead and cold, this Advent gift will make you feel alive again.
A highly scientific analysis of the four actors in the running to play Four in the film adaptation of Divergent
We're using science again, you guys! Today we've got the adaptation of the first book in Cassandra Clare's The Mortal Instruments series under our microscope to determine whether
or not Jamie Campell-Bower is hot enough to play Jace the movie will live up to our expectations.
You're gonna need a lot of blood bags for this one.
In which FYA performs accurate science and uses available evidence to determine whether Stephenie Meyer's The Host, now made into movie form, will be worth watching in the theatres. Or, you know, ever.
Enjoy every minute of the torture that is watching Cathy and Heathcliff
Hollywood, keep your dirty paws far, far away from these YA gems.