The Best Books Coming to Screens This September

The Best Books Coming to Screens This September

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The summer is ending, school is starting. We’ll soon be looking to while away our lonely Septembers with books in some cold corner. Oh, is that just me? For those of you who are looking for a slightly more social way to spend their leisure time, here are the book-to-film adaptations hitting theaters (and streaming services) this month.   September 1   Tulip Fever   Image Courtesy of the Independent   Based on Deborah Moggach’s novel of the same name, Tulip Fever is a classic story of love and art set in 17th century Netherlands. Painter Jan Van Loos (Dane DeHaan) is commissioned …

Stephen King’s “It” Is Ready to Terrorize A New Generation

Stephen King’s “It” Is Ready to Terrorize A New Generation

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Stephen King’s iconic clown, Pennywise, also known as “It,” who was responsible for striking fear in many children upon the release of the horror novel “It” is heading his way towards modern audiences this September.   The film portrays a group of neighborhood friends, led by 14-year-old actor Jaeden Liberher, who encounter the terrifying clown, played by Bill Skarsgård, as they try to solve the disappearance of other young children in the neighborhood, including that of the protagonists’ younger brother, George.   Pennywise, responsible for the disappearances, greets the children with his iconic pointed smile and colorful, yet disturbing, ensemble, ready to …

Watch the First Full Trailer for ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’

Watch the First Full Trailer for ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’

Just in time for Halloween, Sony Pictures Entertainment has given us our first look at the film version of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Check it out below! The new movie is based on Seth Grahame-Smith’s wonderful mash-up hit of the same name. The trailer indicates that the movie version will take some liberties with the story: Grahame-Smith’s original work actually kept most of Jane Austen’s exact prose intact and added zombies here and there, creating a really funny juxtaposition. The movie trailer suggests that the film version will take itself a bit more seriously, featuring a more extensively zombie-focused plot …