For years, as author of ‘Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark,’ Glen Berger’s entire life dangled from a thread no stronger than a spiderweb.
For all its charms of sumptuous food, football, films and family, Thanksgiving has its share of dysfunction — a great recipe for drama and comedy in film.
‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ took the box office this weekend — and takes the approval of Word & Film as well. Here’s where the movie scored.
W&F catches up with Steve Coogan just as his latest, ‘Philomena’ co-starring Dame Judi Dench, lands in theaters.
W&F catches up with Jung Henin, as ‘Approved for Adoption,’ his brilliant, animated telling of his adoption comes to theaters.
Admittedly, the writers here at Word and Film most often opt to read the book and see the movie — but The Hunger Games divides us.
Word & Film was lucky enough to catch up with Ron Burgundy, whose brilliant memoir, Let Me Off at the Top!, is now available
Word & Film catches up with half of the pair behind ‘Geography Club,’ based on Brent Hartinger’s novel.