Its been a stellar year for book adaptations, but there’s still plenty of them on the way to close out 2019! From TV to film, lots of book adaptations are coming to your screens this winter and there’s a huge helping to binge into. Let’s dive into this list and see what are some of the best and coolest looking page to screen adaptations coming this fall!
1-‘The good liar’
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The Good Lair by Nicholas Searle is about a smarmy con man who decides to his latest con will be a wealthy widow he meets online, determined to swindle her of her veritable fortune. But maybe he actually starts falling for her and finds himself more attached to the widow than he realizes. For her part, the widow is more than she seems. The movie adaptation comes November 15th, starring Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren and is sure to be an intriguing adaptation of the novel for nothing else but its stellar cast.
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Did you know Cats was a based on a book? Yep! Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats is where Andrew Lloyd Webber drew inspiration from for his famous musical and where the movie will draw some inspiration from too (probably). Although this movie looks very odd and strange from the teasers (Taylor Swift as a cat person…nightmare fuel), you know you’re going to be lining up to see it nonetheless. After all, what will it look like on the big screen?
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Most of you probably know Little Women but its a classic of American literature. Focusing on the March sisters as they come into womanhood and find their way in the world, this new adaptation promises to be the closest to the material yet. It stars Emma Watson, Timothée Chalamet, Saoirse Ronan, and Laura Dern. To get your fix of more content of this novel, check this out come December 25th!
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Doctor Sleep was the sequel to one of Stephen King’s most exciting novels, The Shining. Focusing on Dan Torrance, the boy protagonist of the original novel, now a middle aged man and a 12 year old girl who shares his psychic powers gift. Together, they must fight off a tribe of murderous paranormals who want the young girl for what she represents. The film promises to be just as exciting, starring Ewan MacGregor and revisiting a lot of nostalgia for the movie adaptation by Stanley Kubrick. Plus, it looks scary as hell. We can’t wait for this one to launch.
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