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Some of the best movies were inspired by these amazing novels.
Read them before you watch them.
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At a cliff-side mansion on the Italian Riviera, a young man and a summer visitor engage in psychological maneuvers and feigned indifference as they embark on a six week romance which changes nothing and everything at the same time.
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Nazis approaching. Britain on the defensive. US troops requested. It all happened here.
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Something unseen is out there and seeing it will drive you to despicable violence. In this horror-thriller, Marlorie and her two children set out from their riverside home on an odyssey, seeking safety. But someone or something is watching them…
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A chilling manuscript sent by a man to his former wife. An act of revenge? Or something much darker? Known on the big screen as 'Nocturnal Animals'.
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Friendship, closeness, and grief are all part of growing up — as Pudge discovers when he heads to a new school.
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This award-winning, critically acclaimed sci-fi novel has impressed critics and readers alike. And we can't wait to see how this novel translates from print to screen — with alien invasions, government conspiracies and a revolution dating back 50 years. The Chinese movie is set to be released July 2016 and stars A-listers like William Feng and Zhang Jingchu.
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Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter and Mia Wasikowska reprise their roles in this sequel to Alice in Wonderland. You can expect more madcap drama, more topsy-turvy antics and some crazy yelling from the queens. So much fun!
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We've all seen the old-school Disney cartoon so the plot's all good. But this time round, there's gonna be a CGI/live-action of the tale starring the voices of huge A-listers like Scarlett Johansson, Idris Elba, Lupida Nyong'o, Bill Murray and Christopher Walken. We can't wait.
The Jungle Book, Joseph Rudyard Kipling
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To be honest, when we envisioned The Great Gatsby in our heads as we read it, we didn't imagine it as opulent and fancy as director Baz Luhrmann did. The end product was flashy and glitzy, yet showing that the underbelly was all rotten and spoilt.
The Great Gatsby, Francis Scott Fitzgerald
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The Virgin Suicides is Jeffrey Eugenides first novel, as well as Sofia Coppola's first feature film. The book, now iconic amongst many teenage girls and 20 somethings, centres the life of five Lisbon girls who are stifled by their conservative parts and the cloying atmosphere of their suburban neighbourhood. Coppola's film is dreamy, wistful and full of nostalgia, but the book too, evokes plenty of summer memories that stick in your brain for years to come.
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We found out about this memoir only when news of a movie production broke. So what did we do? We went searching for the book so we could read about the life of Solomon Northup. The images in the movie were disturbing, but it's Solomon's honest writing and painful memories that really made this book one of the most important pieces of literature.
Twelve Years a Slave, Solomon Northup
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David Fincher's take on this peculiar tale was sensitive and heartbreaking, and to be honest, felt like a departure from his usual gritty style. The film's got a stellar cast and crew, but it was F. Scott Fitzgerald's tale and masterful writing that made it the wonder that it was.
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Did you know that Gone with the Wind takes the #1 spot on box-office intakes when adjusted for inflation? Nope, nt even Avatar or Star Wars takes that spot. Goes to show how a classic book and movie like this remains ever green, even when it's been decades since it was produced.
Gone with the Wind, Margaret Mitchell
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