Friday, February 12, 2021

Book Blogger Hop - February 12th - 18th

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What book or series can you see getting made into a movie and not being horribly re-written?
This week's prompt submitted by SJ @ Airin' My Dirty Laundry.

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  Billy's Answer

Unfortunately, I cannot think of one book that Hollywood wouldn't screw up. No matter how close a screenwriter follows a book's plot, there will be something I will nitpick about the movie.



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  1. I have a feeling that you are right about Hollywood ruining any series.

  2. My answer was similar only with a more positive spin. LOL I can enjoy both mediums as the separate entities they are and actually can appreciate some of the differences between the two. I rarely find the movie or series version better than the book (although it's happened). That isn't to say there are not some awful translations out there of books turned to movies/series--which may or may not be related to the script itself. There are, but there are good--even great--ones out there too.


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