Jul. 15th, 2015

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In November, the last entry in The Hunger Games series will debut and leave us all with a Katniss-shaped hole in our lives. Unless, of course, Hollywood can somehow find a way to keep milking that particular cash cow. Never underestimate Hollywood and its hunger for easy money.

I would probably go see additional films in that universe. Yes, I know.

It made me wonder what other books would I love to see made into films. There's a chance that we'll see The Scorpio Races hit the big screen one day. Same for Lumberjanes and Nimona, as the universe properly recognizes that everything Noelle Stevenson touches should be given its due. There was also the recent announcement for Uprooted.

For all of these picture me screaming with a megaphone, "DON'T SUCK. REMEMBER TO NOT SUCK." But beyond these, there are others I would love to see adapted, too, even if, as has been pointed out to me, I shouldn't hold my breath.

(Brutal, friends. Brutal.)Read more... )


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