Insurgent fell to third this week at the Box Office, with Cinderella coming in fourth right behind, and Kingsman: The Secret Service has come in sixth.

Among the movies opening this weekend includes Woman in Gold, based on the book written by Anne-Marie O’Connor, which is based on the true story of an elderly Holocaust survivor, Maria Altman, along with a young lawyer, E. Randol Schoenberg, take on the Government of Austria to get back a painting of her Aunt, Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I, which was stolen from her family by the Nazis.

A teaser trailer for the new James Bond movie, Spectre, was released last week. The movies plot begins when Bond gets a cryptic message from his past that sends him on a path to uncover a a sinister organization.



On March 24th, Harry Potter author, J.K. Rowling, responded amazingly to a fan who tweeted who couldn’t deal with the fact that she told fans that Hogwarts headmaster, Albus Dumbledore, was in fact gay. in 2007, Rowling admitted that Dumbledore was gay during a Q&A, when a fan asked if he had ever loved someone. The fan, who tweeted Rowling saying that she just couldn’t see Dumbledore ‘that way,’ had the response from Rowling as ‘Maybe because gay people look just like…people.’ Her response is one of the many reasons why fans worship her!



As I’ve mentioned in a previous Bookworm News post, Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments book series was getting a reboot as a television show. ABC Family has given the series a straight-to-series order, which will be called Shadowhunters. The drama series is being hoped for a 13 episode first season, with no start date set and casting to be called shortly. Filming is slated to start in May in Toronto.