Emilia Clarke will forever be known as Game of Thrones beloved Danaerys Targaryan. And, as the final season approaches completion, Clarke has got the most adorable tattoo to forever remember her true identity as Mother of Dragons.
We're sure you heard that Game of Thrones won big at the 2018 Emmys. Fans loved seeing the cast out of costume and George R. R. Martin, the writer of the original novel A Song of Ice and Fire, looking dapper in his purple striped suit, and adorable turtle broach!
Angelina Jolie has been absent from cinema for the past several years, as she has taken time to be with her children, give back to the world and pursue some passion projects, but now she's back!
If you're a Potterhead who likes a bit of sass, then you're in for a treat! Fans can now buy variations of Harry Potter inspired candles with hilariously rude innuendos. [Warning NSFW]
Ever wonder what your favorite telekinetic heroine would be like grown up? Well, Quentin Blake, illustrator of the original Roald Dahl classic has blessed us with an interesting depiction of Matilda at thirty!
The 2018 Man Booker Prize shortlist was just announced celebrating six phenomenal authors around the world.
Escaping from Iran, a Kurdish journalist Behrouz Boochan ended up in the refugee camp on Manus Island, where he had been illegally detained for five years.
The Nineties was a time of great change in style, music and art of all kinds, including books. Little do many know there are many books that we released in the nineties are still widely popular today.
Did you pronounce Hermione's name correctly when first reading the Harry Potter books? Or were you among the many who read it as 'Her-my-own' or 'Hermi-one'?
Banned Books Week is coming! That means that the period between September 23d and September 29th is a time to recognize and celebrate works suppressed by censorship for dubious reasons. This years theme is "Banning Books Silences Stories."
Heather Morris wrote The Tattooist of Auschwitz after conducting extensive interviews with the real life protagonist of her work, Ludwig (Lale) Sokolov.
The dream pop singer has always had a knack for writing incredibly poetic lyrics. Her biggest hit to date “Summertime Sadness” changed the pop genre by incorporating a new mystical sound. Can she do the same for written poetry? I think so!