Dragon’s director Dean DeBlois, left, has been talking about the next chapter in the series, including the use of 3D technology. In a feature released on Brazil’s Bol Noticias, it also shows brand new clips from the film.
I’m currently unable to put the video on here but you can watch it here: http://mais.uol.com.br/view/14971847
Warner Brothers have announced that the Fantastic Beasts And Where to Find Them film will be apart of a trilogy.
All featuring magizoologist Newt Scamander, who “wrote” the iconic Hogwarts textbook, Rowling told Hermione actress, Emma Watson, in an interview that she wrote the script in just 12 days. David Heyman is said to be producing the project, fresh from his success with Gravity.
Last year, when the film was announced, Rowling said, “I always said that I would only revisit the wizarding world if I had an idea that I was really excited about and this is it.”
Find further details from the BBC News website at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-26812277.
Okay, so this was revealed on Benedict Jacka’s website a while ago but I only found it today.
Hidden is book five in the Alex Verus series and is slated for a September release.
Marvel fans got a glimpse today at the filming of the second Avengers movie.
Joining Clint Barton, a.k.a Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) on the ground in a fictional city in Eastern Europe were refugees, Wanda/Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and her twin Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson). The pictures also show someone partly dressed as Ultron of the title.
The pictures do not offer much in the way of telling what the possible plot for the second Avengers is going to be but you can find more information and pictures at ComicBookMovie.Com.
Avengers 2: Age of Ultron is slated for release in 2015.
As promised, Derek Landy has posted the cover of his short story collection for Skulduggery Pleasant. Here it is:
Armageddon Outta Here is due for release on July 3rd 2014.
Just a quick post about researching and planning for Camp NaNoWriMo.
So I have done something this week that I rarely do, especially for something like NaNoWriMo: I part planned my novel for next month. I do plan a little for ventures like NaNo but otherwise I let it run its course. The thing is, I do know that planning does help with NaNo and other creative ventures.
Now, don’t get me wrong, I understand the necessary need for planning. When I do plan, I will plan the important moments, the turning points, when certain information is revealed but I also like keep things a little loose so if I have any flashes of inspiration or realise I could do something in a better way, the planning is not too restrictive for me not to explore the option. If it goes wrong, I can get rid of what I have written and go back to the original plan.
As well as planning, I have done a lot of research for the locations of my April novel which has sparked further ideas and helped me figure out other things about characters, etc. for the novel. Reading and research I find is great for helping a writer figure things out, providing the writer doesn’t get sidetracked and “researching” things that are of no help. Then it’s procrastination.
Research and planning are a good idea in conclusion. Especially if it helps to figure things out and keep the novel on track to get to the end and, in this case, finish the challenge that is Camp NaNoWriMo.