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User Info: Untimely Demise

Untimely Demise
1 year ago#11
I'd enjoy a Snow Crash adaption.

User Info: acolytes

1 year ago#12
I proper adaptation of Preston & Child's Relic would be good.

There was an Agent Pendergast TV series being made, but I guess it was canceled.
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User Info: Twizz810

1 year ago#13
Mommy's Angel
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User Info: sinners_demise

1 year ago#14
The Devil in the White City

User Info: iknoweverything

1 year ago#15
Wool by Hugh Howey

Hater by James Moody (which I think Del Toro owns the rights to)

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime by Mark Haddon (though it's already on broadway, I'd be curious about seeing a film version)

House of Leaves

User Info: acolytes

1 year ago#16
sinners_demise posted...
The Devil in the White City

Isn't Dicaprio's production studio working on one?

That book is fantastic.
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User Info: Zithers

1 year ago#17
I wish someone could have made Confederacy of Dunces with Phillip Seymour Hoffman.

I could settle on a Colin Farrell who gained some weight though. He might die though, like everyone else who has been attached to Ignatius J. Reilly.

User Info: DexterTheThird

1 year ago#18
Still waiting on Bone. WB was supposedly doing something but it’s vaporware atm.
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User Info: rexcrk

1 year ago#19
If they hadn’t brought back the series with Jurassic World, I would have LOVED to have seen Jurassic Park movies that stayed even closer to the books.

Ok, the first Jurassic Park movie is pretty close to its book, but, my goodness, they f***ed up the Lost World movie.

Why go to the trouble of asking Crichton to write another book so that you can make another movie, only to make it completely different (and worse) than the book?
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Muscle Buster
1 year ago#20
Clive Barker's Weaveworld and To The Vanishing Point by Alan Dean Foster.
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