Day: 27/02/2014

What Hides Behind the Blue-Blooded Fangs?: “Bloody Valentine” Review (Blue Bloods, #7) | Emertainment Monthly


By: Cynthia Ayala ’16 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer  Melissa de la Cruz’s Bloody Valentine is a Blue Bloods novella published on December 28, 2010 by Disney-Hyperion. The book is compiled together from three separate stories, all of which share matters of the heart as the common theme, allowing young adult readers to delve into mystery, urban fantasy, and above all, paranormal ro[…] Full review here: http://emertainmentmonthly.com/2014/02/27/what-hides-behind-the-blue-blooded-fangs-bloody-valentine-review-blue-bloods-5-5/

Hundreds of New Exoplanets Validated by Kepler Telescope Team – Scientific American


By Clara Moskowitz A huge new haul of planets has joined the tally of alien worlds discovered by NASA’s Kepler space telescope, scientists announced today. All of the new planets are members of multiplanet systems—stars with more than one orbiting satellite. Researchers used a new method for weeding out false signals from among the candidate planets found by Kepler, allowing them to add hundreds of “validated” planets to the count of Kepler’s finds. “We studied just over 1,200 sy[…] Read more here: []

The Amazing Spider-Man 3 Brings Back Marc Webb To Direct – CinemaBlend.com


By: Eric Eisenberg When you think about it, it’s pretty rare for the same director to helm a full trilogy of modern superhero movies. Tim Burton only made two Batmans, Jon Favreau only made two Iron Mans, and Bryan Singer only made two X-Men – not to mention the incredibly long list of filmmakers who only got a shot to direct one film in a trilogy. There are some exceptions to this of course, two being Sam Raimi (Spider-Man) and Christopher Nolan []