Teen Talk

Teen Talk

Interview: ‘A Quiet Place’ star prefers ‘Battlefront 2’ over ‘Fortnite’

Director John Krasinski's $328 million horror hit, "A Quiet Place," is the second blockbuster in a row for 13–year-old actor Noah Jupe, who was previously best known for the film, Wonder. The 13-year-old English actor, who just completed Ford v. Ferrari with Matt Damon and Christian bale, took some time to talk about his early body of work (he's already been in seven films and four TV series in the past three years) and his role as Marcus Abbott in A Quiet Place to coincide with the 4K, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD release of the Paramount Pictures Home Entertainment horror release. And of course, we talked about video games, a favorite pastime of kids of all ages, in this exclusive interview.

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Teens disconnect to reconnect

Four teenage girls. Two tents. One hundred and thirty hours of nonstop togetherness. No cellphones. Lots of bugs. And one relentless thunderstorm. No reality show here. Just the formula for a sensational week.

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Teens take risks, win stock market challenge

Back in February, William Roth walked into his British literature class at Redan High School in Stone Mountain, Ga., and instead of beginning a reading of, say, "Wuthering Heights" or "The Canterbury Tales," he announced to his students they'd be entering the annual Stock Market Game Capitol Hill Challenge.

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney previews 2018 season at media golf outing

Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney spoke at his media golf outing Tuesday and previewed the 2018 season