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2017 movies continue to adapt books

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Recently it has become a trend in Hollywood to take New York Times best sellers and adapt them onto the big screen. In the upcoming months, its seems that most of the movies being released will be exactly that, adaptions. Sometimes, it works and leads to incredible movies, other times it turns into a flop. Here are some upcoming releases:

“It” by Stephen King – a clown terrorizes a group of small-town kids, the kid’s band together to fight against the evil clown. – September 8, 2017

The Snowman” by Jo Nesbø – a detective investigating a women disappearance stumbles on a serial killer in the form of an ominous snowman. – October 20, 2017

Murder on The Orient Express” by Agatha Christie – the classic story of a fictional detective on a case and on a train with all the suspects. – November 10, 2017

Wonder” by Raquel J. Palacio – a tale of a boy named Auggie Pullman who was born with a deformity trying to have a normal life. – November 17, 2017

“Let it Snow” by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle – a collection of short stories by multiple authors surrounding romantic tales during the holiday season. – November 22, 2017

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