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The Best New Movies Based on Books Premiering in 2020–2021

If you want to get ahead of the newest film releases, it's time to check out our list of upcoming 2020-2021 movies based on books.

Troubles in Adaptation: The 2013 Adaptation of THE GREAT GATSBY

With class divides growing ever more troubling, a reader considers the failings of THE GREAT GATSBY adaptation's translation of Fitzgerald's commentary.

Why Aren’t There More Librarians in Pop Culture?

These librarians in pop culture reflect aspects of the real job of a library professional, and here are their relatable on-screen moments.

6 Books To Read Before They’re Made Into Movies

Some of your favorites are getting the screen treatment! Don't miss out on these six books to read before they're adapted.

Why We Should All Read Screenplays

5 Movie Novelisations You Didn’t Know Existed

What That Worrying New Screen Time Study Means for Parents Who Just Want to Read

Does the worrying new screen time study published in JAMA have you fretting about how you'll ever get any work done ever again? Or, you know, any reading?

8 of the Best BritLit Adaptations

Poirot, the best Pride and Prejudice, and more excellent adaptations of BritLit.

A Round-Up of Films Inspired By Shakespeare

The Trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story is Here!

Take a look at the trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story

Happy Hitchcock-tober: 10 Books Celebrating the Master of Suspense

Books about the man, the myth, and the movies.

7 Comic Book Heroines Who Deserve Feature Films

The world needs more feature films with comic book heroines, and we have a few suggestions for who should get the next starring roles.

5 Books for People Who Loved OKJA

If you’ve watched the movie OKJA and now want to read something that captures part of its mood, here are some book suggestions.

7 Bollywood Movies to Watch If You Loved WHEN DIMPLE MET RISHI

Loved When Dimple Met Rishi? Watch these Bollywood movies!

The ALIEN Franchise is Now One Big FRANKENSTEIN Story

Put the ALIEN franchise up against Mary Shelley's FRANKENSTEIN and prepare to be awed by their similarities.