Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week, we'll make a list of our top ten something* and this week, we're doing something a little different. This Tuesday is a rewind where we get to go back and choose a TTT we missed or want to revisit. I've chosen one from waaaaay back (April 12, 2011 to be exact) that I thought would be interesting and it's the Top Ten Books I Want To See Made Into Movies.
*In no particular order.
1. Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick
Gosh, would I love to see this series made into movies. I actually think there will be a movie, but I'm sure that won't be for a few more years. Originally, Becca Fitzpatrick wanted Steven Strait for Patch and Emmy Rossum for Nora. These two people I think would have been absolutely perfect for these parts. (My Review)
2. Fallen by Lauren Kate
Again, I'm sure these will eventually become movies, and I can't wait. I can just imagine how perfect it will be to see these books on the big screen. (My Review)
3. Vampire Academy & Bloodlines by Richelle Mead
Obviously, I love these books. I mentioned in my review of Indigo Spell that the first VA book has gone into movie production and I could not be more thrilled about this! (My Bloodlines Review)
4. Saving June by Hannah Harrington
This was an amazing story and I think it would make a perfect movie. I can just imagine. (My Review)
5. Matched by Allie Condie
I'm sure that if these books are made into movies, they'll attract a lot of Hunger Games fans as this series too is set in a dystopian society. I need to finish this trilogy soon!
6. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
In case you haven't heard, this book WILL be a movie! They've already cast Shailene Woodley as Hazel Grace! Can't wait to see who scores the part of Agustus Waters. * cue winky face.* (My Review)
7. Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater I loved this series! We need some good werewolf themed movies, don't you think? (My Review)
8. A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray
Or the Gemma Doyle trilogy. I have this series and I'd really like to get into them soon. From what I've heard, they'd make great movies.
9. Evernight by Claudia Gray
I know, the last thing we need is another vampire movie. This was a great series though and I enjoyed it. It'd be interesting to see it as a movie. (My Review)
10. Forgotten by Cat Patrick
This was an interesting and captivating story about a girl whose memory resets every night, leaving her with no memory of the previous day, but a clear vision of the future. Enter hot boy. How can she have a relationship with her... condition? This movie would be so amazing to watch, the storyline is incredible.
That's all for this week, leave your comments below with links to your lists so I can check them out! I reply to every comment, so don't hesitate to leave one if you liked this list, if you've read any of these and agree with me, and if you don't.
Hehe, I also chose this topic for this week's TTT rewind! =D I really should get around to The Fault in Our Stars, especially now as it's going to be adapted to a movie xDReplyDelete
Haha yay! It's a great book, I suggest reading it! :)Delete
I'm always so nervous when a favourite book becomes a movie! Some of these could be really good though. I think I would enjoy Hush, Hush more as a movie.ReplyDelete
Great choice of topic!
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Oh, and I am a new follower :)Delete
Thanks Brittany!! I've checked out your blog and followed you back!Delete
Forgotten would be SUCH a good movie! and I'm so excited for the VA movie the casting looks goodReplyDelete
Yes, yes and yes! I agree with everything you just said.Delete
I can't wait for the VA movie! The same goes for The Fault In Our Stars, though I am worried about whether they will portray the deep emotion of the book well enough on the screen.ReplyDelete
Yeah, I agree with you completely. The same for VA though, they need to make sure they cast the characters right, otherwise it'll just ruin the whole movie. I cannot wait to see who the cast for Christian Ozera!Delete
Ah, I didn't know they was making The Fault In Our Stars in to a film, I can't wait for that!ReplyDelete
I haven't finished the whole of the Matched series, but I do think they would turn in to great films! I enjoyed the first book, not as much as some dystopian novels, but I would definitely watch it as an adaptation.
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Yep! Here's a link to the IMDb page, if you want to check it out: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2582846/?ref_=sr_5Delete
I haven't finished the Matched series either!
Fallen would make a fantastic film!!ReplyDelete
Hush Hush should be a film. Fallen Angels are something that needs to come back. Forget the whole vampire thing. Let's move on to something else!
Yes please! Haha I would love to see Fallen and Hush, Hush as movies, they would be amazing films!Delete
Yep, I think we need a change too. Fallen angles rock!
Thanks for commenting. :)
Emmy Rossum as Nora would be awesome! I think she is a little too old now, which makes me sad. And yay for TFIOS!ReplyDelete
Hahahaha she would be awesome! It's sad that she's too old for the part now. So excited for TFIOS!!!Delete
Would love to see Matched as a movie. But who to cast?... Of course I always imagine myself as the female lead, fingers crossed. lolReplyDelete
Kit de Bibliothèque
Haha, well I always imagined myself as the star of Vampire Academy, but I don't think that's going to happen! Thanks for the follow, will be visiting your blog right now to return it. :)Delete
Really good list here, although there are a few I don't recognize. For shame, I guess. I will say, though...please no more vampire movies! I've always been a huge fan of the vampire theme, but the twilight movies killed it for me, for now at least. One book I'd love to see as a film, though, is Servant of the Bones, by Anne Rice. I know it's a bit older, but it's one of my favorite books.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the comment! I can understand where you're coming from with the vampire theme stuff, but I still love that idea. I really hope fallen angels and zombies make a comeback soon, that'd be a good change in YA fiction.Delete