2018 is the year I am finally gonna be hyped about film adaptations of books. Maybe you know this or maybe you don’t but I avoid film adaptations of books like the plague. I hate them and am always wary of them. There are so many good ones happening this year and there are so many books I ~know~ would be great on the big screen so I AM FINALLY ON BOARD.
I absolutely adore the novel and am gonna die when I finally get to see the movie. I am 100% on board with the casting and cannot believe this movie is happening. Everyone is invited to my funeral once I pass away after watching the movie…
2. Love, Simon
I was a little wary about this one because I loved the book but then the trailer dropped and I lost my fucking mind.
I love the book. I’ve only read it 4 times when I rarely re-read a book. I will die if this movie doesn’t hold up to my expectations and my childhood dreams. Like previously, you’re all invited to attend the funeral.
I own the entire trilogy. I haven’t read it. BUT. I’ve been following along with the authors photos and diaries from her time on-set and I am honestly so curious and looking forward to the movie.
5. Every Day
I read and loved this book years ago and while I am still waiting on a sequel that is a continuation of the book, I’ll happily watch the movie in the meantime! Also, really hope they don’t het-wash the movie.
Where Did You Go, Bernadette took the world by storm when it came out so much that even I succumbed and acquired a copy. While that copy sits on my shelf, collecting dust, I eagerly await the release of the movie because lets face it, it’s probably gonna be a GOOD movie. I’ll try to be a good bookworm and read the book beforehand.
What book-film adaptations are you looking forward to this year?
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