It was a terrible summer at the U.S. box office, but does that mean the movies were also terrible?
From superhero blockbusters to raucous comedies to weepy tearjerkers to winsome indies to Bollywood spectacles, this is what was available at (many) movie theaters over the summer of 2014. So how many did you get to see?
Use the slidey thing to see how divergent the movie marketing campaigns can be in the U.S. versus the rest of the world. Especially, it seems, in Japan.
Shailene Woodley tells BuzzFeed she insisted her character be wig-free in the second film of the Divergent trilogy. And Theo James calls the movie “so much bigger.”
The Sorcerer’s Stone...or illuminati propaganda?
I fell in love with him like ketchup falls out of a bottle…
From Shailene Woodley and Angelina Jolie to Seth MacFarlane and Veronica Mars, here are the actors, filmmakers, and studios with reason to celebrate for the first half of the year — and others who may wish it was over already.
“When I wear makeup, I genuinely don’t derive pleasure from thinking about how I’ll look to people watching me… I just like the way I look, it makes me happy.”
Imagine if you marathon-watched both.
Gus + Dumbledore forever.
“That’s the thing about cake…it demands to be eaten.”
LIKE WE NEEDED ANOTHER REASON TO CRY. Lots of spoilers.
She’s appeared on the No. 1 song in the country for two weeks now, and had another Top 10 hit last year, but Charli XCX is still flying under the radar.
“Sleep is good, he said. And books are better.” ― George R.R. Martin
Because before the The Fault In Our Stars actors were lovers, they were siblings in a dystopian universe.
There might be a fault in your heart.
With an estimated opening weekend of $48.2 million, the adaptation of John Green’s best-seller had a best-ever debut for a contemporary drama.
For those who found their little infinity within this book.
The actress joined a few of her castmates at the Hollywood Regal Theater in Atlanta, Ga.
There’s no love like the first.
Two Jewish BuzzFeed staffers debate.
No, we are NOT okay. Okay? WARNING: All of the spoilers ahead.
You’ve been warned. Spoilers ahead for anyone who didn’t read the book!
Hollywood has nothing on the original book when it comes to telling stories that aren’t just sad for the sake of being sad. The long-awaited movie version of John Green’s hit YA novel arrives in theaters this Friday. (Spoilers, if you haven’t read the book.)
Marry me. A compelling argument for the star of The Fault in Our Stars.
Says she’s not a feminist; talks about patriarchy on the reg.
The author of the book turned movie answered fan questions on Reddit, and it’s definitely worth a read.
Try to resist getting your own now. Okay? Okay.