What would you do if you discovered something bad? - a truly lethal secret, for example…where someone might die? WE DID (and we were only doing Work Experience!) Would you try to do something? WE DID (and maybe we shouldn’t have, because bad, ruthless, dangerous people started to hunt us down …) To be honest, all we wanted was to hide at that point. But we couldn’t , could we? It sure was Work Experience …but it wasn’t making tea …
Just one day after the official logo for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the new play being developed by J.K. Rowling, was released, even bigger news has broke. Rowling previously stated that the two-part play will not be a prequel, and as it turns out: IT'S A SEQUEL.
Phantoms in your attic? Spectres by your bed? Never fear - Lockwood & Co. are here! A terrible new outbreak of ghosts is causing chaos across London. With the authorities baffled, psychic investigators Lockwood, Lucy and George see a fresh chance for fame and glory. But countless horrors await them: bloody footprints on a spiral staircase, murderous ambushes in the night - and, waiting at the centre of the outbreak, the most fearful apparition of all.
We’ve all had this conversation before, whether it’s with your uncle, your neighbour and your parents or in my case, my dog. No shame, he’s a very good listener. So today I bring to you some of my most loved book to movie adaptations and some I just cannot stand plus a few of my pet peeves of which there are many. Here we go!
The year is 2375 and one of the mega-corporations that control much of deep space has just fired the opening salvo in an intergalactic war, destroying Kady and Ezra’s planet. Forced to flee on a small fleet of crippled rescue ships alongside thousands of other refugees, the fear of enemy warships chasing them down is at first all-consuming but soon becomes the least of their worries.
A deadly plague is ravaging the refugees on the ships; the fleet’s AI, which should be protecting them, may actually be an enemy; and High Command is refusing to acknowledge that there may be a serious problem. As Kady plunges into a tangled web of data in search of the truth, she realises that Ezra is possibly the only person who can help her save the refugees before it’s too late…
To cleanse the palate, a viral goodie that’s north of 1.3 million views on YouTube in just five days. A simple concept, superbly executed: Take the various bits from all three “Force Awakens” trailers released so far plus the footage shown at Comic Con and piece them together jigsaw-style into something vaguely resembling the plot of the movie.
Rafe heads back to the place his misadventures began: the dreaded hills village middle school, where he's now being forced to take special classes. He also finds himself joining the school's football team - alongside his main tormenter, Miller the Killer.
SIX WEEKS OF MATES, MUSIC AND PARTYING! Jay, Summer, Dylan and their bandmates are headed to Rock War Manor. But the rock star life of music festivals and glitzy premieres isn't all it's cracked up to be. Can the bands hold it together to make it through to the last stage of the competition?
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