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Today, in celebration of the seventh anniversary of Logan Lucky’s release, FF2 is spotlighting the career of Jules Asner. Jules, known for her work as a screenwriter, artist, and model, is also the woman at the center of the Logan Lucky screenwriter mystery.
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The identity of the Rebecca Blunt pseudonym remained unknown during production and the release of the movie.
In anticipation of Friday’s release of the film adaptation of Red, White, & Royal Blue on Prime Video, today I will be reviewing Casey McQuiston’s 2019 novel—a romance which continues to fly off the shelves four years after its initial release.
The story of Red, White, & Royal Blue follows the secret relationship which blooms between the son of the President of the United States and the Prince of England.… read more.
Happy birthday, Greta Gerwig! Today, I am very excited to have the opportunity to write on a fellow Barnard alum, the fastest rising star directing today, and the woman of the summer.
Greta was born in Sacramento, California on August 4, 1983. After graduating from St. Francis High School, a Catholic girls’ school, in 2002, she moved to New York City to study at Barnard College, the women’s school of Columbia University.… read more.
FF2 is proud to celebrate the achievements of author Fannie Flagg on this day, the seventeenth anniversary of her publishing Can’t Wait to Get to Heaven. Though the author of almost a dozen acclaimed books, Fannie will always be remembered for her beloved classic, Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe.… read more.
Today FF2 is ecstatic to celebrate artist Deb Stoner on the seventh anniversary of her exhibition “A Year in the Willamette Valley,” which showcased Deb’s photographs not at a museum or studio, but at the Portland International Airport. The exhibition aimed to bring art to those not currently seeking it out, but who perhaps needed most to be reminded of the beauty of the natural world during a long day of traveling.… read more.
On this day in 2020, Macmillan published V is for Voting. The popular children’s book, written by Kate Farrell and illustrated by Caitlin Kuhwald, teaches elementary-aged kids about the basic principles of democracy, civic duty, and social justice through an excitingly energetic ABC book format. The colorful illustrations done by Caitlin invite children into the world of democracy as if it were a joyous parade.… read more.