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  • Weekend B.O. Sept. 19-21 (Hanging In There, Just Barely)

    Yet again another one of those dystopian YA movies based on some popular dystopian YA book I’ve never heard of was No.1 this weekend at the box office. I’m referring to Fox’s "The Maze Runner," which I couldn’t tell apart from "Divergent" or "The Giver" or "The Hunger Games," and which all seem to have to same exact premise and the exact same cast of pasty faced white 20-somethings passing themselves off as teenagers. 

    And there are reportedly at least another 60 film adaptions of other YA novels currently in the works. Which begs a question: Are there any black YA novels out there and are any of them being adapted into movies?

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