What book from your childhood absolutely needs to be made into a movie?
Extra points if you can create a "fantasy" cast from contemporary actors
Castle roogna. All unknown but talented actors. The early xanth novels in general.
There was a purchase of the rights to the early Xanth novels almost a decade ago, but the option expired. At the time, SFX weren't necessarily up for the challenge and LOTR hadnt proven that such a movie could be a commercial success. Any of the Xanth novels would be big hits in my opinion and the would definitely make my list! (In fact, Dragon on a pedestal, did make my list of most personally influential books in a hub written a few years back)
Great Choice, keep em coming!
Tiger Eyes by Judy Blume, actually I think they are making a movie about this book right now, cool.
Just as Long as We're Together by Judy Blume....a lot of her books would make great movies.
Winnie-the-Pooh but this time without American accents and by an artist who understands and appreciates the beauty of E. H. Shepherd's original drawings.
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