Chances are good that you know the name Kristen Bell, unless you're a 100+-year-old vampire without access to TV. Kids and their extremely-annoyed-by-this-point parents know her as Princess Anna in Disney's Frozen. Sitcom fanatics know her as Eleanor Shellstrop on NBC's The Good Place. Some might even know her from her more adult movies, like Like Father, Bad Moms, andBad Moms Christmas among others. But true Bell fans know her first-and-foremost as Veronica Mars from the same-named CW TV show (now a Hulu original as of season four, released July 19, 2019).
When adapting a book into a movie, there's bound to be some changes along the way. Character castings may turn out different than the author envisioned or a subplot may be excluded for time. So what's the difference between Jenny Han's To All the Boys I've Loved Beforeand Netflix's "To All the Boys I've Loved Before"?
If you're thinking of heading out to see Tolkien this weekend, then you are in for the time of your life. In the age of superheroes and rom-coms, we've lost sight of the epic adventure and fantasy of works like Tolkien's.
It's no secret that Netflix loves feeding into the world's strange fascination with serial crime. Making a Murderer, Conversations with a Killer, Inside the Criminal Mind, and tons of other true crime shows will pop up on your recommended page... especially after you've watched their newest crime movie, Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile.
Candace King and Kayla Ewell (both of The Vampire Diaries fame) have a podcast called Directionally Challenged, and let me tell you, we're all directionally challenged, so get in your car, or get out your headphones, and catch up because they're here to help their fellow women (and maybe a few men) get through the difficult parts of life.
It's not like anyone really plans to become an archery instructor, or at least, I didn't. It more just fell into my lap when I was training to be a camp counselor, and happened to be the best during our archery instructor training (thanks to USA Archery, but more on them later). So, after being surprised into being the archery instructor, I got another surprise. We teach to a camp of all Autistic children, as well as multiple other camps, which meant I had to have multiple sets of equipment to keep track of, and be prepared for, setting up multiple ranges at each camp.