32 Books Becoming 2014 Movies
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13 Books to Read Before They ' re Turned Into Movies. Book-to-movie adaptations are always something to look forward to, especially if you ' re a fan of the novel before it makes its big screen debut. There are tons of fantastic novels that will be turned into films this year, in 2018 and even in 2019. Before they become major motion pictures, be sure to read these 13 books ASAP: The Mountain Between Us by Charles Martin. What it ' s about: After their plane crashes in the High Uintas Wilderness, two strangers must rely on each other to survive being stranded in the snowy mountains. The film stars Kate Winslet and Idris Elba, so you know it ' s going to be spectacular. Expected release date: Oct. 20, 2017. (via Amazon) Wonder by R. J. Palacio. What it ' s about: Due to his facial deformity, August Pullman has never attended public school. Wanting to be treated like a regular kid, Auggie convinces his parents to let him start 5th grade at Beecher Prep. The novel follows Auggie ' s struggle to fit in with his peers and the rest of his community. It even serves as the inspiration behind the anti-bullying campaign Choose Kind. Starring Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson and Jacob Tremblay, this film is sure to be a tearjerker, so make sure to bring a box of tissues with you when you see it. Expected release date: Nov. 17, 2017. (via Amazon) Forever My Girl by Heidi McLaughlin. What it ' s about: Ten years after leaving his fiancé at the altar, country music sensation Liam Page comes back to his hometown to make up for his past mistakes. Starring Alex Roe and Jessica Rothe, we can ' t wait to cry while watching this cheesy rom-com with our besties. Expected release date: Jan. 19, 2018. (via Amazon) Every Day by David Levithan. What it ' s about: Rhiannon falls in love with a spirit who goes by the name " A. " The only problem is " A " wakes up in a stranger ' s body every day. Will they find a way to make their relationship work? Angourie Rice will star as Rhiannon in the film adaptation premiering in early 2018. Our girl Debby Ryan also has a major role in the movie. Expected release date: Feb. 23, 2018. (via Amazon) A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L ' Engle. What it ' s about: Meg Murray, her brother Charles Wallace and her friend Calvin O ' Keefe set off on an extraordinary adventure through time to rescue her father. The film has a slew of amazing talent, including Rowan Blanchard, Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling and Oprah. Yes, Oprah ! Expected release date: March 9, 2018. (via Amazon) Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertelli. What it ' s about: Simon Spier has a pretty big secret (he ' s gay), which accidentally falls into the wrong hands. In this coming-of-age classic, Simon must learn to accept himself, even if not everyone does. Though the film is titled Love, Simon , it ' ll still tell the same tale of Simon coming to terms with who he is. Expected release date: March 16, 2018. (via Amazon) Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. What it ' s about: Obsessed with the multiplayer online game OASIS, teenager Wade Watts sets off on a massive treasure hunt inside the online world to find the left-behind fortune of the now-deceased creator. Starring the hilarious T. J. Miller and Simon Pegg, this movie will be both thrilling and funny. Expected release date: March 30, 2018. (via Amazon) Meg by Steve Alten. What it ' s about: Deep sea diver Jonas Taylor has a near-death experience with a massive prehistoric shark, and lives to tell the tale. Unfortunately, nobody believes him. But when he ' s recruited on a diving mission in the exact same location as his shark encounter, it all goes horribly wrong. A shark movie staring Jason Statham and Ruby Rose? Count us in, even though we ' ll be scared of the ocean for the rest of our lives. Expected release date: Aug. 10, 2018. (via Amazon) All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven. What it ' s about: The novel tells the love story between a boy and a girl who simultaneously save each other ' s lives. Elle Fanning will star in the film adaptation of this gut-wrenching story. Expected release date: 2018. (via Amazon) Break My Heart 1,000 Times by Daniel Waters. What it ' s about: Set in a post-apocalyptic society where ghosts roam freely, Veronica and her friend Kirk must fight off both the dead and living when they discover something sinister is going down in their town. We ' re really stoked for this thriller, because our girl Bella Thorne will be playing Veronica. The release can ' t come soon enough! Expected release date: 2018. (via Amazon) Let It Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle. What it ' s about: Made up of three interconnected stories, this novel is a love story for the ages. We ' re fans of anything John Green, so we don ' t doubt this movie will be phenomenal… and have us crying. Expected release date: 2018. (via Amazon) Ophelia by Lisa Klein. What it ' s about: For fans of Shakespeare ' s Hamlet , you ' ll enjoy this retelling of the classic from Ophelia ' s perspective. Star Wars actress Daisy Ridley will star as Ophelia, alongside Harry Potter actor Tom Felton as her brother Laertes. Expected release date: 2018. (via Amazon) Lundon ' s Bridge and the Three Keys by Dennis H. Christen. What it ' s about: An unsuspecting family is caught in the middle of a war between land and sea, and must find a way to bring it to an end. Though it won ' t be released for a few years, Paris Jackson is set to star in this intriguing adventure flick. Expected release date: 2019. (via Amazon) These books should definitely be added to your summer reading list. But if you need a few more, check out THESE YA novels.
Expected release date: March 30, 2018.
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Your 2014 Reading Guide: 14 Great Books About To Become Movies. Every year, hundreds of movies with sizeable budgets and big aspirations are released into theaters. A sizeable portion of these are based on books, which inevitably leads fans of both mediums to decide whether or not to read or watch first. Personally, I like reading first because I like to go into a movie wondering how the writers, directors and actors will interpret the source material and whether they see the characters the same way I do. If you’re like me, you should be pleased to know there are a ton of books being turned into films over the next few years. Unfortunately, that means you need to head to the library sooner rather than later to get started. What follows is a list of fourteen books whose film adaptations are either already in production or quickly heading in that direction. Some of them probably aren’t your cups of tea, but if you look hard enough, I guarantee you’ll find a few gems among this pile. Beyond that, you’ll probably hit on a few classics worth rediscovering too. Get out your monocles and get excited. Here’s your 2014 reading list… Status: Pre-production, but The Weinstein Company has already boldly given The Giver a premiere date. It’s scheduled to hit theaters on August 15, 2014. Who's Involved: Some major talent is involved with The Giver . Bill Cosby purchased the right for the movie adaptation of the book all the way back in 1994. So far, Salt director Phillip Noyce has signed on to helm the adaptation, and Meryl Streep, Jeff Bridges, Alexander Skarsgard, and Cameron Monaghan are all on board to bring the characters to life. The coveted role of protagonist Jonas will go to relative newcomer Brenton Thwaites, who is mostly known for the TV series Home and Away . House of Sand and Fog writer and director Vadim Perelman is behind the screenplay and has been attached to the project since 2006. Why you should read the book first: Elmore Leonard’s famous 10 rules of writing features the line, "Don’t go into great detail describing places or things," leading into a joke about how Margaret Atwood is an exception. Lowry isn’t Atwood, and she isn’t typically a flowery writer, but The Giver is a book that is chock full of the most nuanced of descriptions explaining everyday life in a utopian society that may not be so utopian at all. Even if the movie capably gets across the book's society, we’ll be missing some of its greatest descriptions. The Giver ’s been a key piece of writing in children’s literature for two decades, but its greatest achievement might be that it’s a worthy read for anyone to pick up at any time.
Get out your monocles and get excited. Here’s your 2014 reading list…
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32 Books Becoming 2014 Movies. One of my favorite things is when a good book is adapted into a good movie. We’ve certainly seen our share of terrible adaptations, but we’ve also seen some amazing ones like Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, Gone Girl , and more. There’s a lot that can go wrong when going from page to screen, but I think adaptations have been some of my favorite movies over the past few years. This year we saw a lot of them like The Fault in Our Stars, If I Stay, The Hobbit, The Giver, and The Maze Runner . It felt like the year of book-to-movie projects, and I’m totally okay with that. I want all the books to be movies so I can see my favorite characters in real life! And it looks like we’re in luck again this year because here are 15 books that are becoming movies in 2015: Paper Towns by John Green. On the heels of The Fault in Our Stars' success comes the next John Green adaptation of Paper Towns . The movie stars Cara Delevingne as Margo Roth Speigelman and Nat Wolf as Quentin Jacobsen in the story that brings two sort of friends together via a mystery. Filming has begun for the movie, which is slated to be released June 19, 2015. Photo Source: GoodReads. Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James. Fifty Shades of Grey is a literary disaster, y'all, but you should still read it. If not for fun, at least so you know what the heck is going on in the movie, which you're definitely going to see come Valentine's Day next year. You'll get lots of steamy sex scenes and a lot of descriptions of an "inner goddess" in the book. Who knows if they include all of that in the movie starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan. Photo Source: GoodReads. Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins. Mockingjay Part I comes out tomorrow. This movie only focuses on the first half of the book, which is amazing. However, the second half of the book is way more important, I think. Make sure you read the whole thing before seeing Part II next November. Photo Source: GoodReads. Insurgent by Veronica Roth. The first teaser trailer for Insurgent is already out, and it looks just as good as Divergent! You must, must, must read this book before you see the movie. I'm not sure if they're making any drastic changes, but there were a few changes to Divergent from book to movie so I wouldn't be surprised. Also, Insurgent is a great read. You have plenty of time since the movie doesn't come out until March 20, 2015. Photo Source: GoodReads. The Duff by Kody Keplinger. The Duff is an amazing book about Bianca Piper, a 17-year-old girl navigating high school who finds out she's the "Designated, Ugly, Fat, Friend" of her group. She enlists the help of popular hottie Wesley Rush to transform her, but falls for him in the process. This hilarious adaptation stars Mae Whitman, Robbie Ammell, and Bella Thorne. It'll be out on April 10, 2015, and it just got a trailer! Photo Source: GoodReads. Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Americanah is the incredible novel by an equally incredible woman, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. You might recognize her name because Beyonce quotes her speech on feminism in ***Flawless . The book is about two Nigerian teenagers, Ifemelu and Obinze, who fall in love at a young age. They get separated when Ifemelu goes to America for school and Obinze, in a post 9/11 world, gets stuck in London. Then they reunite later in life! So many feels, you guys. Anyway, the movie is being produced by Brad Pitt's company, Plan B. It stars Lupita Nyong'o, who will also have a production credit on the 2015 film! Photo Source: GoodReads. Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter. Photo Source: GoodReads. Dark Places by Gillian Flynn. This year, we were blessed with the movie adaptation of Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl. And next year, we're going to be blessed with the movie version of Dark Places. The story follows Libby Day, the lone survivor of her brother Ben's massacre on her family. Except, as an adult, she questions the entire thing and realizes all of the secrets her family was keeping. Scary! You can see Chloe Grace Moretz, Charlize Theron, and Nicholas Hoult in the movie, out sometime next year. Photo Source: GoodReads. Fallen by Lauren Kate. Fallen is the latest big YA adaptation that follows the story of Lucinda, who was sent to a reform school after being accused of killing a boy. She starts to fall for Daniel, who just happens to be a fallen angel who's in love with her. Ooooh la la! The movie stars Addison Timlin, Jeremy Irvine, and Harrison Gilbertson. Photo Source: GoodReads. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith. First, you should read Pride and Prejudice because, well, you just should. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies essentially follows the same plot with an added twist of zombies and ninjas. It's hilarious, and I cannot wait to see the movie version starring Lily James (of the upcoming Cinderella ) as Elizabeth Bennett, Sam Reilly as Mr. Darcy, Douglas Booth as Mr. Bingley, and more awesome actors! There's no set release date yet, but it will come out next year. Photo Source: GoodReads. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. I'm always shocked when people tell me they haven't read Mary Shelley's Frankenstein because I read it in high school and twice in college for classes. Nevertheless, this story is incredible and should be on everyone's reading list. The movie stars Daniel Radcliffe as Igor so that's enough reason for you to want to see it come October 2015. Photo Source: GoodReads. Inferno by Dan Brown. As a massive fan of The Da Vinci Code , I am super excited about this next movie adaptation. Inferno is the fourth Dan Brown novel about Robert Langdon, but this one follows him into the secrets of Dante's Inferno . (That's another great read, by the way.) This book was incredible, and all of the adaptations of Brown's books have been great so far. This one comes out in December 2015. Photo Source: GoodReads. The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling. Yassss! The Jungle Book is obviously a great animated classic, but Disney is updating the tale for an October 2015 release. Get this: Bill Murray as Baloo, Scarlett Johnansson as Kaa, Idris Elba as Shere Khan, and Lupita Nyong’o as Raksha! Also, the actual book version of The Jungle Book is always worth revisiting. Photo Source: GoodReads. Seven Sons based on The Last Apprentice: Revenge of the Witch by Joseph Delaney. The Last Apprentice series is getting the movie treatment with Seventh Son . Thomas Ward is the seventh son of a seventh son and studies magic under a Spook and has to fight the powerful Mother Malkin. The movie stars Ben Barnes as Thomas Ward, Jeff Bridges as Master Gregory, Julianne Moore as Mother Malkin, and Kit Harrington as Billy Bradley. It will be out February 6, 2015. Photo Source: GoodReads. Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs. Tim Burton is directing this sure to be fantastic adaptation of the quirky novel. The story follows Jacob Portman who learns his grandfather lived in an orphanage for "peculiar children," whatever that means. He encounters a girl named Emma who can control fire and time travel. He ends up at the Mrs. Peregrine's orphanage in 1940 and experiences lots of spooky events. Mrs. Peregrine will be played by Eva Green in this film set be released in 2015, but maybe 2016. Photo Source: GoodReads. Have you read any of these books? Are you excited for the movie versions? What other books do you know of that are being adapted into movies? Tell us in the comments! You can reach this post’s author, Caitlin Corsetti, on Twitter and Instagram! Follow Gurl, pretty please! Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Instagram.
Tim Burton is directing this sure to be fantastic adaptation of the quirky novel. The story follows Jacob Portman who learns his grandfather lived in an orphanage for "peculiar children," whatever that means. He encounters a girl named Emma who can control fire and time travel. He ends up at the Mrs. Peregrine's orphanage in 1940 and experiences lots of spooky events. Mrs. Peregrine will be played by Eva Green in this film set be released in 2015, but maybe 2016.
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Advicewonders. Writing Advice and How-To Instructions. The Pros and Cons of Book to Movie Adaptions. From the paper to the big screen, books being adapted into movies are quite popular nowadays. There are so many times that I walk into a book store or some other, and pick up a book, only to see that it has the little sticker with the words: “Soon to be a major motion picture” on it. There’s a big difference between a book and a big screen, especially when it comes to book adaptions. It’s pretty much bookworms versus moviegoers in the book-to-movie adaptions. And though there are some book-lovers that despise when their favorite books are being adapted into movies, there are always pros and cons to book adaptions. One thing is that books have much more detail. In books, we’re actually inside the narrator’s head. With movies, we are watching from an outside point-of-view. We get more feeling, more depth, and we learn to connect with the characters more in books than in movies. In books we are able to feel exactly what the narrator is feeling; feelings such as sorrow, happiness, the experience of a death. We understand the motivations of the characters more because it is thoroughly explained. Sometimes movies explain things, but they don’t go into extreme depth that books might. But one thing I love about books turned into movies is how we can see everything. Instead of using our imagination to whip up some crazy image while we are reading the book, we get to see it visually. And that’s pretty cool. We get to see the setting, the characters that match the book character’s description, and we get to experience it all with our eyes. It’s an amazing little pro to book adaptions. There are a few people I know that hate books being adapted into movies. Depending on how you look at book adaptions, you may or may not think this way. But some bookworms dislike when their favorite books are turned into a movie. The books might become a teen sensation or everyone starts to swarm because of how great the movie is. And it’s no longer as precious and personal to the reader as it once was, now that’s shared with everyone. Or they might worry that the movie will completely sink. The might think it will crash and burn if the movie doesn’t live up to the book’s expectation. And sometimes that’s true. Sometimes movies aren’t that great and don’t even compare to the book. So it’s reasonable if the movie sucks. Yet, there are some books that are adapted into movies, and they are absolutely perfect! The movie might not have all the details and it might be missing some scenes from the book, but sometimes the movies live up to its expectations. It just depends on how the book is taken and turned into a film. And then there’s something different. Instead of books being turned into movies, the movies get turned into books. For example, Snow White and the Huntsman . Originally that was a movie, and now it’s got a book. And the book is a nice read. And how about Disney’s Maleficent ? The movie has a book now. It’s nice how after seeing the movie (or before) we can visit the story in a whole new perspective, deeper and in the form of words, not motion pictures. The pros and cons of book adaptions go on. But it depends on how the book is played out on the big screen that we can really judge if it’s really that bad. Book adaptions can be successful, or they can be not so successful. Either way, there are good things and bad things linked to book to movie adaptions.
Yet, there are some books that are adapted into movies, and they are absolutely perfect! The movie might not have all the details and it might be missing some scenes from the book, but sometimes the movies live up to its expectations. It just depends on how the book is taken and turned into a film.
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16 Books Becoming Movies in 2016. This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy. Are you one of those people, like me, that loves to read the book before you see the movie adaptation? There are some really popular books with movie adaptations set to release in 2016. If you are looking for a good book to read, check out this list of books becoming movies in 2016 . This might be one of the best years (in my opinion) for adapted screenplays. Some of my favorites on this list include, Me Before You , The Girl on the Train , Inferno , Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children and so many more. Plus there are some others I definitely want to read first like JK Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them , How to Be Single and The Choice . Now…onto the big list: 16 Books Becoming Movies in 2016. #1) The 5th Wave by Rick Yancy. What It’s About: Four waves of increasingly deadly alien attacks have left most of Earth decimated. Cassie is on the run, desperately trying to save her younger brother. Read The Reviews: The 5th Wave (4.3/5 stars) Release Date: January 22, 2016 (Watch the Trailer) Starring: Chloë Grace Moretz, Maika Monroe and Liev Schreiber. #2) Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith. What It’s About: Jane Austen’s classic tale of the tangled relationships between lovers from different social classes in 19th century England is faced with a new challenge — an army of undead zombies. Release Date: February 5, 2016 (Watch the Trailer) Starring: Lily James, Lena Headey and Charles Dance. #3) The Choice by Nicholas Sparks. What It’s About: Travis and Gabby first meet as neighbors in a small coastal town and wind up in a relationship that is tested by life’s most defining events. Read The Reviews: The Choice (4.4/5 stars) Release Date: February 5, 2016 (Watch the Trailer) Starring: Alexandra Daddario, Teresa Palmer and Benjamin Walker. #4) How to Be Single by Liz Tuccillo. What It’s About: New York City is full of lonely hearts seeking the right match, and what Alice, Robin, Lucy, Meg, Tom and David all have in common is the need to learn how to be single in a world filled with ever-evolving definitions of love. Read The Reviews: How to Be Single (3.6/5 stars) Release Date: February 12, 2016 (Watch the Trailer) Starring: Dakota Johnson, Rebel Wilson, Alison Brie, Leslie Mann. #5) Me Before You by Jojo Moyes. What It’s About: A girl in a small town forms an unlikely bond with a recently-paralyzed man she’s taking care of. Read The Reviews: Me Before You (4.6/5 stars) Release Date: March 4, 2016. Starring: Emilia Clarke, Sam Claflin and Charles Dance. #6) Miracles from Heaven by Christy Wilson Beam. What It’s About: A young girl suffering from a rare digestive disorder finds herself miraculously cured after surviving a terrible accident. Based on the book ‘Three Miracles From Heaven’ by Christy Beam. Read The Reviews: Miracles from Heaven (4.5/5 stars) Release Date: March 18, 2016 (Watch the Trailer) Starring: Jennifer Garner, Martin Henderson, Queen Latifah. #7) Same Kind of Different As Me by Ron Hall. What It’s About: A modern-day slave, an international art dealer, and the unlikely woman who bound them together. Read The Reviews: Same Kind of Different As Me (4.7/5 stars) Release Date: April 29, 2016. Starring: Renée Zellweger, Jon Voight and Djimon Hounsou. #8) Alice Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll. What It’s About: Alice returns to the whimsical world of Wonderland and travels back in time to save the Mad Hatter. Release Date: May 27, 2016. Starring: Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter. #9) The BFG by Roald Dahl. What It’s About: A girl named Sophie encounters the Big Friendly Giant who, despite his intimidating appearance, turns out to be a kindhearted soul who is considered an outcast by the other giants because unlike his peers refuses to eat boys and girls. Read The Reviews: The BFG (4.7/5 stars) Release Date: July 1, 2016 (Watch the Trailer) Starring: Rebecca Hall, Bill Hader; Director : Steven Spielberg. #10) The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins. What It’s About: The Girl On The Train follows the story of a woman named Rachel, who goes on a train to London. She witnesses the “perfect” couple. Scott and Megan. But one day, havoc ensues, and Rachel becomes involved in their drama/ murder mystery. Read The Reviews: The Girl on the Train (4.0/5 stars) Release Date: October 7, 2016. Starring: Emily Blunt and Justin Theroux. #11) Inferno by Dan Brown. What It’s About: After waking up in a hospital room in Florence, Italy, with no memory of what has occurred for the last few days, Robert Langdon finds himself the target of a manhunt. Langdon will try to escape whilst solving the most intricate riddle he’s ever faced. Read The Reviews: Inferno (4.0/5 stars) Release Date: October 14, 2016. Starring: Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones, Ben Foster; Director: Ron Howard. #12) A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness. What It’s About: A boy seeks the help of a tree monster to cope with his single mom’s terminal illness. Read The Reviews: A Monster Calls (4.7/5 stars) Release Date: October 14, 2016. Starring: Liam Neeson, Felicity Jones, Sigourney Weaver. #13) Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by J.K. Rowling. What It’s About: The movie is about the adventures of writer Newt Scamander in New York’s secret community of witches and wizards seventy years before Harry Potter reads his book in school. Fantastic Beasts is his textbook. The book itself, is simply a textbook like Harry Potter would read. Release Date: November 16, 2016 (Watch the Trailer) Starring: Eddie Redmayne, Ezra Miller and Katherine Waterston. #14) Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs. What It’s About: Teenager Jacob follows clues that take him to a mysterious island, where he discovers the crumbling ruins of Miss Peregrine’s School for Peculiar Children. As Jacob explores the abandoned bedrooms and hallways, he discovers that its former occupants were far more than peculiar; they possessed incredible powers. And they may still be alive. Release Date: December 25, 2016. Starring: Eva Green, Samuel L. Jackson, Ella Purnell; Director: Tim Burton. #15) Silence by Shusaku Endo. What It’s About: In the seventeenth century, two Jesuit priests face violence and persecution when they travel to Japan to locate their mentor and propagate Christianity. Read The Reviews: Silence (4.6/5 stars) Release Date: TBD, Late 2016. Starring: Adam Driver, Liam Neeson, Andrew Garfield; Director: Martin Scorsese. #16) The Zookeeper’s Wife by Diane Ackerman. What It’s About: The Zookeeper’s Wife tells the account of keepers of the Warsaw Zoo, Jan and Antonina Zabinski, who helped save hundreds of people and animals during the Nazi invasion. Read The Reviews: The Zookeeper’s Wife (3.8/5 stars) Release Date: TBD, Late 2016. Starring: Jessica Chastain, Daniel Brühl, Iddo Goldberg. Here are a few other Books Becoming Movies in 2016. These are slated for release in 2016 but don’t have release dates or many details. Even if they don’t make it for 2016, you’ll have a head start on 2017! “ The Light Between Oceans ” by M. L. Stedman “ A Hologram For the King ” by Dave Eggers “ American Pastoral ” by Philip Roth “ The Lost City of Z ” by David Grann “ The November Criminals ” by Sam Munson. And if you love to read, don’t miss the list from last year: 15 Books to Read Before They Hit Theaters in 2015! What Books Becoming Movies in 2016 are you most excited? Love it? Share it! 10 Comments. The verb “ensue” isn’t used that way. It means “occurs” or “results” or “commences”. You would never say “havoc happens this couple” or “havoc results this couple” or “havoc commences this couple.” These verbs simply don’t take an object. Also, your synopsis of “Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them” leads me to conclude that you’ve never opened the book or even read anything about it, as the book itself is a “textbook” that Harry Potter uses, and contains no actual story. Why are you so incredibly bitter? Shellie has simply listed all of the books that are becoming movies this year. She does not attempt to claim that she’s read them all and for you to assume so is just stupid, quite frankly. Just be grateful someone has listed them for you so you don’t have to go out of your way, jeez. Thanks for the clarification Miranda. The description listed was for the movie since yes, the book itself is just a textbook and it’s hard to make a movie about a textbook! However, to avoid confusion, I updated the post to differentiate between the two. I love this post! SO glad I found your blog through Pinterest. I’m really looking forward to fantastic beasts and where to find them and Miracles from Heaven!! I didn’t know that some of these movies were based on books so I’m going to have to add them to my reading list! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for putting this list together! I’m doing a big reading challenge this year & am definitely more motivated to read new books when there is a movie! You rock! No more adds says. I would of loved to red your article however I was overwhelmed with advertising. Within the first second my screen went to half page because of an add. Then I had to click out of two pop up adds. I understand that these adds help pay for your life but is it really worth it of you lose readers because you were to concern with how many advertisement you can get on your page. What a sad world we live in. Were you on a mobile device? I have been having problems with them overloading and am working with my ad provider to stop that from happening. I sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. I certainly don’t enjoy those types of ads myself and I completely understand how frustrating that is! Wow:-) This is so cool. Im a bit disappointed that Inferno is still for October but Peculiar Children… Never thought it will be on the movies this year.. Nevertheless this is all pretty exciting! I’ve been so excited for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them ever since I saw the trailer! I’m trying not to get my hopes up too high since Hollywood has a bad habit of disappointing me nowadays, but I still can’t wait for it to finally come out □
What It’s About: Teenager Jacob follows clues that take him to a mysterious island, where he discovers the crumbling ruins of Miss Peregrine’s School for Peculiar Children. As Jacob explores the abandoned bedrooms and hallways, he discovers that its former occupants were far more than peculiar; they possessed incredible powers. And they may still be alive.
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12 Books You Need To Read Before They Become Movies In 2016. Your winter break just became booked. As 2015 comes to a close, we anxiously look forward to all the wonders 2016 will have in store, and that includes 12 (hopefully) amazing book-to-film adaptations. From YA to thriller to classic children's stories, adventure is only a page away. This year, we saw several successful adaptations come alive, including "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay," "Insurgent" and "The Scorch Trials," and we expect nothing less from 2016. So, here are 12 fantastic books you should need to add to your reading list STAT, because their movie versions are about to become your newest obsession in the coming year. The first in a trilogy, Cassie must team up with Evan if she ever wants to rescue her brother after aliens invade Earth and plunge it into total chaos. The film, starring Chloë Grace Moretz, is out January 22, 2016. A parody of Austen's famous novel, the story of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy's tit-for-tat stays the same, simply add zombies. Just in time for that special date night, the film will premiere February 5, 2016. The final book in Roth's "Divergent" series will be divided into two separate films, à la "Harry Potter." The novel follows Tris Prior's daily struggles as she and Tobias plan to look for a better life on the other side of the fence. Part 1 will debut March 18, 2016, while Part 2 — called "Ascendant" — is slated to premiere June 9, 2017. Following "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland," the sequel involves Alice discovering time moves backwards in the Looking-Glass world. She encounters more magical creatures and is kidnapped by the Red Knight. The film will premiere May 27, 2016. This romance novel places Will Traynor and Louisa Clark together after both suffer a major setback to their lives, thus uprooting them of everything they once knew as normal. Starring Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin, the movie will premiere June 3, 2016. This classic children's book tells the story of Sophie's friendship with a giant. Together, the two of them try to stop other monsters from eating children. Directed by Steven Spielberg, the film will debut July 1, 2016. When Vee is chosen to participate in an online dare game, she realizes the game is much more than it seems. After teaming up with Ian, the duo discovers a secret location and suddenly their game just turned deadly. Emma Roberts and Dave Franco are attached to the project, according to IMDb. The film is slated to premiere July 27, 2016. The first in a series, the story follows Jacob Portman as he discovers children with extremely unusual abilities. They embark on a journey through time, fighting off wights and hollows along the way. Starring Asa Butterfield, the film will premiere September 30, 2016. Compared with Gillian Flynn's "Gone Girl," this novel follows Rachel Watson, an alcoholic who makes up stories about a couple she sees everyday while riding the train. But when Rachel notices something that could be potentially life-threatening, she vows to uncover the truth about the "happy couple" on her daily commute. The film will premiere October 7, 2016. Rafe Khatchadorian kicks off his first year of middle school by trying to break every rule in the school's Code of Conduct. The film will debut October 7, 2016. Struggling with his mother's terminal illness, Conor suffers nightmares constantly. One evening, he's greeted by a monster who wishes to share stories with him, as long as Conor shares one of his own stories — nay, secrets — too. The film, starring Liam Neeson as the monster, is slated to release October 21, 2016. The "Harry Potter" prequel will be the first in a trilogy of films. It introduces us to Newt Scamander several decades before Harry ever read his textbook. Scamander's book describes a plethora of magical species located all over the world. Starring Eddie Redmayne as Newt, the film will debut November 18, 2016.
Following "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland," the sequel involves Alice discovering time moves backwards in the Looking-Glass world. She encounters more magical creatures and is kidnapped by the Red Knight. The film will premiere May 27, 2016.
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