Coreyography runs the gamut from Goonies tales to his descent into drugs.
"The multilayered conceit of the thing almost makes it a play interacting with a book."
He'll possibly play a hit man who falls in love with his boss’s wife after being assigned to assassinate her.
“The book creates a feeling of illiteracy.”
Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger, together at last.
There's more to life than books, you know, but not much more.
Kushner, Lahiri, Pynchon, etc.
We repeat: 28!
The author is getting more "frowns" than "smiles" for his depiction of "the world's most powerful Internet company."
But someone will probably do it anyway.
How do you make a movie, anyway?
Our book critic "can think of no other writer so spare, so precise, so emotionally scrupulous."
The complete list of digruntlement, as plucked from his footnotes in The Kraus Project.
Werewolves, bullying, or global warming? Let's find out!
Why do I, and other adults, read books for teens?
“The Hunger Games was just becoming a thing when I was finishing writing it.”
Tom Clancy, R.I.P.
As a twelve-hour miniseries.
Known for his very successful espionage novels and video games.
In Paddle Your Own Canoe, the Parks and Recreation star reveals the secrets of his success. In this exclusive excerpt, he muses on his mustache.
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And it's hard to ignore.