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A ‘Call My By Your Name’ Sequel Novel is Officially Being Written – Could a Movie Follow?

Call Me By Your Name is officially getting a sequel, but not in the way you think. Author Andrew Aciman, who wrote the 2007 novel upon which Luca Guadagnino‘s Oscar-winning film was based, is penning a sequel book that is set to hit bookshelves this October. Aciman’s announcement of the Call Me By Your Name sequel novel, titled Find Me, comes after months of back-and-forth over whether Guadagnino plans to follow through on his promises to direct a film sequel. Perhaps the book could provide the...
Tags: Europe, Books, Movies, Romance, Drama, Rome, Gay, Paris, Sequels, Florence, Armie Hammer, New England, Oliver, Samuel, Sami, Giroux




Lilycle Rainbow Stage a Flirty Yuri Paradise

Yuri fanatics in need of another romantic visual novel that tells stories of girl-on-girl love may likely be infatuated by “Lilycle Rainbow Stage“, as the gargantuan game offers fifteen cute distinct maidens to root for as they build relationships with each other. Initially beginning as a set of yuri drama CDs, Lilycle Rainbow Stage has […]
Tags: Games, Romance, Anime, Yuri, Moe, Image Gallery, Doujin Soft, Visual Novels, MangaGamer, Yuri Paradise, Lilycle Rainbow Stage


Top 5 Alternative Romance Movies

Top 5 Alternative Romance Movies What is an “alternative romance movie”? We’re talking about films that grab you by the heart and then rip it out. They don’t necessarily have a “happy ending” and they weren’t based on Nicholas Sparks’s novels. These are the movies that simultaneously show the beauty and the ugliness of love. They show how love can inspire you, challenge you and leave you dancing, but they also show how love can leave you screaming into a pillow or crying in the shower. These ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Romance, Love, Alabama, Article, Paris, Leonardo Dicaprio, Jackson, Cuba, Jack, Chris, Frank, Rose, Shelly, Nicholas Sparks


A glowing, 3D printed rose that "blooms" when you touch its petals

Daren Schwenke's 3D printed blooming rose embeds a capacitive touch sensor -- a magnetic wire -- in one of the leaves, which trips an Arduino-controlled actuator that changes the rose's lighting and causes the petals -- 3D printed and then shaped over a hot chandelier bulb -- to splay open or fold closed. The build log reveals a lively open-source hardware/free software collaboration that is a miniature, perfect case-study. What finally materialized is a terrific combination of common ha...
Tags: Happy Mutants, Video, Floss, News, Romance, Makers, 3d Printing, Arduino, Oshw, Daren, Networked Collaboration, Daren Schwenke, Ted Yapo Hackaday


ABC Islands: Is Aruba, Bonaire, or Curacao Best?

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Tags: Travel, Romance, Abc, Bonaire, Trip Planning And Packing, Tourist Attractions, Curacao, Aruba Bonaire, Curacao Best


Domestic na Kanojo Unbelievably Amorous

Romance and raunchiness have once again played a part in Domestic na Kanojo, as the anime’s two delightful maidens have gotten into heated moments both erotic and emotional with the main male protagonist, though some may be more enamored with the sexier scenes… Omake:
Tags: Romance, Drama, Anime, Bathing, Oppai, Image Gallery, Maids, Kanojo, Diomedea, Domestic na Kanojo


‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ Sequel Short Adds Lily James and Alicia Vikander

Toward the end of last year, we learned that a Four Weddings and a Funeral sequel was being planned as a short film to support the charitable Red Nose Day campaign. Writer Richard Curtis is back to script the sequel, and Mike Newell will be directing again, too. But let’s be honest, it’s the returning cast you’re excited to see after 25 years. And while pretty much everyone from the original movie will be back, there are a couple of new cast members getting in on the fun. Baby Driver star Lily ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Romance, Bbc, United States, United Kingdom, Sequels, Richard Curtis, Tomb raider, Alicia Vikander, Hugh-Grant, Lily James, Andie Macdowell, Kristin-Scott-Thomas, Short Films, Mike Newell






‘Long Shot’ Red Band Trailer: Seth Rogen Falls for a Powerful Charlize Theron in Raunchy Rom-Com

Seth Rogen gets his own Pretty Woman in the form of the raunchy romantic comedy Long Shot. The comedy from 50/50 director Jonathan Levine follows the Knocked Up star as a journalist named Fred Flarsky who gets recruited as a presidential campaign speechwriter for US Secretary of State, Charlotte Field (Charlize Theron). She needs some humor and charm to change the public’s perception of her, and Flarsky has no problem bringing that to the table. But he’s also bringing some unrequited feelings w...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Romance, US, Seth-Rogen, Movie Trailers, Sxsw, Charlotte, State, Fred, Charlize-Theron, Jonathan-Levine, Lionsgate Films, Red Band Movie Trailer, Flarsky, Matt Donato


‘A Christmas Prince 3’ is Bringing a Royal Baby to Netflix This Holiday Season

A royal baby makes three for Netflix’s astonishingly popular holiday film series, A Christmas Prince. A Christmas Prince 3 is on its way, with Netflix confirming that the next installment of the film series starring Rose Iver and Ben Lamb will debut this holiday season with a new addition to their family. We’ll just have to wait…nine months. Netflix confirmed that A Christmas Prince 3 is in the works with a tweet that had the caption “Some personal news…” and an image showing a sonogram of a...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Romance, Netflix, Sequels, Harry, Baby, Richard, Royal Baby, Markle, MEGHAN MARKLE, Ben Lamb, Aldovia, A Christmas Prince, A Christmas Prince 3, Rose Iver


‘Long Shot’ Review: A Vocal Modern Rom-Com Carried By Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron [SXSW]

Jonathan Levine’s Long Shot is a sufficiently safety-wrapped package of vocal demands for change structured around equally predictable rom-com beats (watch the trailer). Not the worst thing in the world by any stretch of emphasis, mind you. Cutesy Hallmark signatures are traded for shared gender relationship roles, highlighting women’s ongoing strife in daily global environments while romance flourishes under often redefined subgenre frameworks. Liz Hannah and Dan Sterling’s screenplay says les...
Tags: Bob Odenkirk, Comedy, Movies, Romance, America, Movie Reviews, Canada, Brooklyn, Andy Serkis, Fox News, Seth-Rogen, Sxsw, Field, White Supremacy, Oval Office, Rogen


‘Someone Great’ Trailer: Gina Rodriguez Breaks Up With Lakeith Stanfield and Girls Night Ensues

Netflix has been a key part in the return of the classic romantic comedy thanks to movies like Set It Up and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. And with the trailer for Someone Great starring Gina Rodriguez (Jane the Virgin, Miss Bala), they’re at it again, but this time it’s a story about breaking up and figuring out life after it all comes tumbling down. Watch the Someone Great trailer below. Someone Great Trailer With Gina Rodriguez in the lead for this romantic comedy (or maybe anti-...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Romance, San Francisco, Netflix, Mtv, Movie Trailers, Gina Rodriguez, Jenny, Brittany-Snow, LAKEITH STANFIELD, Dewanda Wise, Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, Someone Great, Jenny Gina Rodriguez, Erin DeWanda Wise


How to Date Someone Who's Sober

Dating’s hard as it is. For those in recovery from substance abuse, or simply don’t drink, it can be even harder. It’s not an easy conversation to have on a first date, after all, and it can complicate those first few outings when the option of having a date at a bar is out of the question.Read more...
Tags: Romance, Alcohol, Love, Dating, Lifehacks, Sobriety


How Travelers Share Social Media Romance and Make the Most Out of the Hostel

What comes to your mind when I mention Hostel? Hostels are cultural phenomena that for many perceive to mostly be geared towards youth. And it has also been called Youth Hostels. Today’s Hostels is typically low-priced social accommodations where travelers rent a bed, usually a bunk bed. The operational costs of a Hostel are cheaper than a traditional low-budget Hotel or Motel. There have been some new Hostels that introduced single, double or quad rooms even suites in some cases. To be conside...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Romance, Social Media, Seo, Social Media Marketing, House, Hotel, Kosovo, Hostel, Travelers, Prizren, Social Media Management, Social Media Community, Hotel Social Media, Morch


Netflix U.K. Changed the Ending of ‘The Notebook’ and Fans Are Upset

Fans looking for a good cry on Netflix may have been disappointed if they live in the U.K. Viewers of the streaming service in that country found that The Notebook ending had been altered, depriving them of the waterworks that the film was known for. And fans were not happy. Hollywood has been known to change a tragic ending into a happy one, but for a streaming service to alter an ending to a movie that has been out for years? That’s odd, and more than a little questionable. According to Th...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Romance, Drama, America, Noah, Netflix, Nicholas Sparks, Allie, Netflix/Streaming Video, The Notebook, Allie Rachel McAdams, Noah Ryan Gosling, Netflix U K Changed, Sophie Ashwood


Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai Changes Things up with Penis Jokes

Watchers of Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai have revered its latest episode due to a scene involving Chika being blissfully unaware of the double entendre behind her words, with the meddlesome girl then using “chinchin” as her weapon to make the prim and proper Kaguya laugh uncontrollably. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Romance, Anime, Kaguya, Image Gallery, A-1 Pictures, Chika, Kokurasetai, Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai


Blog Tour Review + Giveaway | Lady Derring Takes a Lover by Julie Anne Long

I'm delighted to be a part of the blog tour for this first novel in Julie Anne Long's new historical series―The Palace of Rogues. I found my way to Ms. Long's writing in a bit of a piecemeal fashion. Her long-running series is widely beloved and records the various and sundry escapades of the always-scheming, never repentant Eversea and Redmond families. Really, the series is worth the price of admission for the hilarious (and ever-evolving) "Ballad of Colin Eversea" alone (though Colin's is ...
Tags: Facebook, Books, Romance, Review, Canada, Giveaway, Historical Fiction, Northern California, Delilah, Colin, Madeleine, Julie, Arc, Hardy, Redmond, Angelique


8 Ways to Create the Love You Want

Motivational speaker Tony Robbins once said that “We waste time looking for the perfect lover, instead of creating the perfect love.” While the initial phase of a relationship seems effortless, the sublime chemical release of early love will only get us so far. Eventually, if we want the partnership to endure, we have to roll up our sleeves and start to sweat. My husband and I recently attended a marriage retreat where we heard from couples who have survived affairs, medical problems, family f...
Tags: Psychology, Romance, Relationships, Love, Communication, Tony Robbins, Vulnerability, Self-help, Intimacy, Caribbean, Personal Growth, Couples Therapy, Gary Chapman, Sam Keen, Love Language


'Isn’t It Romantic' Is Escapist Fare with a Cheeky Twist

None The romantic comedy, far from its heyday in the '90s, has become an oversaturated and cliché-ridden genre. But to satirize rom-coms, or to bemoan their lack of originality or insight into the human condition, is just as unappealing. The reality of the genre is that much of it, in all its iterations, is tired. But can't the same be said for genre fare at large? Rom-coms, like all genres, have good and bad exemplars in equal measure. Science fiction, fantasy and superhero films, it can be sa...
Tags: Music, Comedy, Romance, Review, Amy Schumer, New York City, Fantasy, Netflix, Liam Hemsworth, Ryan Reynolds, Whitney, Warner Brothers, Rebel Wilson, Wilson, Priyanka Chopra, Film Review


Inn by the Sea: Maine Resort Romance in Luxury!

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Tags: Travel, Food, Arts, Romance, Animals, Maine, Great Hotels, Usa: New England


How ‘Isn’t It Romantic?’ Made Director Todd Strauss-Schulson’s Childhood Dream a Cinematic Reality

Like many romantic comedies, Isn’t It Romantic? makes New York City a big part of the story. In fact, there are two versions of The Big Apple in the movie. First, there’s the grungy, dingy real New York City that we all know and love. Then there’s the colorful, vibrant and picturesque version of New York City that exists in the romcom dream world that Rebel Wilson finds herself stuck in. It’s in this world that director Todd Strauss-Schulson was able to create a scene that he’s been dreaming of...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Romance, Interviews, New York City, New Line, Liam Hemsworth, Grand Budapest Hotel, Eddie, Warner Brothers, Rebel Wilson, Wilson, Blake, Warner Bros Pictures, Annie Lennox, Natalie


‘Your Name’ Remake Taps ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ Director Marc Webb to Helm Native American-Centric Story

The English-language Your Name remake has officially landed a director. 500 Days of Summer and The Amazing Spider-Man director Marc Webb has been tapped to helm the new version. Webb will be directing a reimagined version of the hit 2016 anime sci-fi/romance film, which will now center around a Native American woman and a young man from Chicago. Deadline broke the news that Webb has been, ahem, webbed in to direct the Your Name remake, which will be penned by Oscar-nominated Arrival screenwr...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Romance, Sci-fi, Chicago, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Remakes, J K Rowling, J J Abrams, Webb, Marc, Kawamura, Makoto Shinkai, Marc-Webb, Genki Kawamura


‘Isn’t It Romantic?’ Director Todd Strauss-Schulson Watched Every Romantic Comedy Made Between 1988 and 2007 to Prepare [Interview]

Isn’t It Romantic? is in theaters right now. The story follows a New York architect named Natalie (Rebel Wilson) who works hard to get noticed at her job. But more often than not gets relegated to the sidelines, sent out for coffee instead of presenting her big ideas for her firm’s clients. Life takes an odd turn when Natalie gets knocked unconscious and wakes up in her own romantic comedy. It’s both an unsettling nightmare and a hilarious dream. Director Todd Strauss-Schulson (A Very Harold & ...
Tags: UK, Comedy, New York, Movies, Romance, Interviews, Features, New Line, Liam Hemsworth, Seattle, Warner Brothers, Rebel Wilson, Jeff Koons, Roy Lichtenstein, Wilson, Hugh Grant


Nande Koko ni Sensei ga!? Taking the Piss

Nande Koko ni Sensei ga!? has prepared for its near imminent April debut by unleashing two naughty PVs, both of which depict a scene with the main protagonist being in the same toilet stall as the show’s seductive sensei as she’s relieving herself. The plot summary for Nande Koko ni Sensei ga!?, a series known […]
Tags: Comedy, Romance, Anime, Fetish, PV, Nande Koko ni Sensei ga, Nande Koko, Tear Studio


‘After’ Trailer: The Movie Based On a Harry Styles Fan Fiction is ‘Fifty Shades’ For Teens

A writer publishes a wildly popular fan fiction series that gets turned into a book. That book becomes a phenomenon and eventually gets adapted into a steamy, boundary-pushing feature film franchise. Sound familiar? Well, rinse and repeat that formula that was set by Fifty Shades of Grey — which famously traces its roots back to a Twilight fan fiction — and you’ve got After, the upcoming erotic romance movie that is (literally) a Harry Styles fan fiction meets Fifty Shades of Grey. See the Afte...
Tags: Movies, Romance, Drama, Fifty Shades Of Grey, Teen, Movie Trailers, Grey, Todd, Tessa, Hardin, Simon Schuster, Anna Todd, After, Jenny Gage, Hardin Scott, Hero Fiennes-Tiffin


A gorgeous, haunting story of technologically mediated love

After years of outstanding work as a cyberlawyer and science fiction/policy wonk, Kevin Bankston (previously) has published his debut science fiction story, Early Adopter, and it's a doozy. Bankston uses chatlogs and other exhaust from digital communications tools to spin a gorgeous and haunting tale of romance that starts with "met cute" and goes farther than you'd ever believe. If you're not at least a little choked up by the end, then I don't wanna know you. Craigslist> SF bay area> ...
Tags: Post, Happy Mutants, Science Fiction, News, Romance, Jack Russell, Kevin Bankston, V-Day, Bankston, Machine Love, Robosexuals, Dolores Park Mission District, Dolores Park Dear Old, Kevin Bankston Motherboard Terraform


How to Set Your Friends Up On a Date

So it’s finally happened. You’ve met someone great. They’re smart, they’re attractive, they have a job—and they’re perfect for your needlessly picky friend. We’ve all been there, you have one friend who’d be great for another and you’re positive they’d hit it off. But setting them up is easier said than done, unlike a…Read more...
Tags: Romance, Friends, Love, Dating, Lifehacks, Valentines Day


Avoid These Unhealthy Responses to Rejection

So, you’ve been rejected. Maybe someone turned you down, maybe you got dumped, maybe your partner asked for “space.” How do you win them back? Don’t.Read more...
Tags: Romance, Dating, Rejection, Break Ups, Lifehacks