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The 12 Best Movies Based On Books

Check out the cinematic classics that started out as novels.

By Kelsey McConnell

7 Compelling Michael Crichton Movies

Get to know the bestselling author’s cinematic side.

By Matthew Thompson

Everyone’s Looking for Cate Blanchett in Where’d You Go, Bernadette

Watch the trailer for the adaptation of Maria Semple’s delightful novel about a missing mother and the daughter who vows to find her.

By Hezra Martinez

New A Wrinkle in Time Trailer Is Meg-nificent

The latest preview for the adaptation of Madeleine L'Engle's classic story doesn't disappoint.

By Carolyn Cox

10 Thriller Classics Perfect for a Dark and Moody Night

These creepy thriller classics are sure to send chills up and down your spine—no matter the weather outside.

By BookTrib

The Paper Bag Princess Dances Its Way onto the Big Screen

Elizabeth Banks and Margot Robbie are teaming up to adapt Robert Munsch's feminist fairy tale.

By The Portalist

Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell and Kirsten Dunst Bring The Beguiled to Life Again

The revival of Thomas Cullinan's Civil War thriller is a tangled web of trust and deception.

By BookTrib

Top 10 Portrayals of Authors in Movies

The Best Performances of Great Authors

By Bookstr

Alice Through the Looking Lens: 8 On-Screen Wonderland Adaptations We Love

Join us as we venture down that legendary rabbit hole, again and again.

By DeAnna Janes

5 Classic Films You Didn’t Know Were Based on British Novels

Americans aren’t the only ones finding inspiration from books.

By DeAnna Janes

Happy Birthday Shakespeare: 17 Best Shakespeare Movies

"Well, I think I remember Mel Gibson correctly, and he didn't say that."

By Jessica Ferri

8 Wonderful Movies About Famous Writers

You can use New Year's Day for binge-watching, but then it's back to reading full time.

By Jessica Ferri

9 Best Christmas Carol Adaptations

Ward off the bah humbugs with these 9 amazing adaptations of Charles Dickens's classic Christmas Carol.

By DeAnna Janes

9 Shocking Things You Didn’t Know About the Suffrage Movement

You know they battled for a woman’s right to vote, but did you know they also faced feeding tubes, macho critics, and police brutality?

By DeAnna Janes

Crimson Peak: The Love Child of Poe and Brontë

Guillermo del Toro's latest film is a sexy survey of Gothic literature.

By Jessica Ferri

Wes Anderson’s Love Affair with Literature

In Wes Anderson's films, books offer solace and keep a record of people and places past.

By Jessica Ferri

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