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Adaptations

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YA icon, superhero, geek-advocate, and regular Redditor John Green took to Reddit’s r/IAmA subreddit today to speak directly to his fans. This far from...

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With the release of a new extended trailer, there’s a lot of talk about The Fault in Our Stars. Most love it, but there...

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Something that I love about Reddit's Ask Me Anything (AMA) threads is how, with the right questions, their content can span from general inquiries...

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William Shakespeare, the illustrious Bard who lived and died on his own birthday, would have been 450 years old today. The reach of his...

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For those of you who’re still looking for the adaptation of a book to completely match the source material, we’re sorry to have to...

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Without a doubt,  Gone Girl is the movie adaptation I'm most anticipating in 2014—so I'm super-excited that the first trailer is out! Whereas other...

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Another Nicolas Cage movie… ugh. Need we remind you of Ghost Rider? The Wicker Man? National Treasure?   But wait… not so fast. This one...

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With the ever-increasing popularity of book-to-movie adaptations, more and more I'm seeing the question: How to adapt a book with a first-person narrator? Eight...

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How perfect that, a week after we learned about John Green's forthcoming Paper Towns movie, Rainbow Rowell has exciting news: Her YA novel Eleanor...

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When Max Brooks first published World War Z, some readers failed to recognize that Mel Brooks' son had written a completely serious oral history...

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