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New ACROSS THE SPIDER-VERSE Trailer Pits Miles Morales Against Multiverse of Spider-Men: Today in Books

Halle Bailey, Melissa McCarthy, and director Rob Marshall Share the Story Behind Making The Little Mermaid

Entertainment Weekly is doing a deep dive into the new live-action The Little Mermaid. Halle Bailey, who is playing Ariel, Melissa McCarthy, who plays Ursula, and director Rob Marshall have shared details behind the making of the new film. The article also includes exclusive new images from the upcoming film. The Little Mermaid comes to theaters on May 26.

New Across the Spider-Verse Trailer Pits Miles Morales Against Multiverse of Spider-Men

Sony Pictures has released a new Across the Spider-Verse trailer that reveals new details about the highly-anticipated animated Spider-Man sequel. Most importantly, the new trailer features a new character prominently: Oscar Isaac as Spider-Man 2099, AKA Miguel O’Hara. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is set to hit theaters on June 2.

Book Signing Goes Viral After Author Posts Room Full of Empty Chairs

Author Suzanne Young shared a picture of a room full of empty chairs at a Barnes & Noble book signing event last week, and the post has since gone viral. The author, who was promoting her new novel In Nightfall, called her empty book signing a “career low point” and said that she was “crying the entire way home.” Now authors are responding to her post, sharing similar experiences. Young says she has been overwhelmed by the responses. The author tweeted, “Genuinely, I didn’t know how common this was until now. But this outpouring of support has been incredible.”

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