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Adapted from the bestselling novel by Elizabeth Macneal, the six-part TV series follows the fortunes and misfortunes of Iris Whittle, a young woman who works as a painter of porcelain dolls and who is offered an opportunity to escape and start a new life. 

Set 64 years before the events of the first film, and based on the book by Suzane Collins, the plot follows the events that eventually lead a young Coriolanus on the path to becoming the tyrannical leader of Panem.

Based on the French comic book series written by Matz and illustrated by Luc Jacamon, the movie follows an assassin who gets embroiled in an international manhunt and falls into an existential crisis after a hit goes wrong.

Based on the best-selling novel by Charmaine Wilkerson, the television series is an odyssey stretching from Jamaica’s shores to Scotland’s glens and tells one young woman’s story of survival.

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Drawing inspiration from acclaimed authors such as John le Carré, Ian Fleming, and Tom Clancy, spy thrillers is a very popular genre.

Throughout his career, David Fincher has demonstrated a remarkable ability to translate literary works into captivating movies.

From Goodfellas to Gangs of New York to Killers of the Flower Moon, some of Scorsese’s most acclaimed films are based on books.



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* Yes, really! There are thousands of movies based on books. Books have been a source of inspiration since the earliest days of cinema, and the practice of bringing books to screen has become even more recurring in recent years, in which the film industry has seen in books and comic books a sure value for their stories.

“I'm not writing novels, the screenplays are my novels. If the movie never gets made, it'd almost be okay because I did it. It's there on the page.”

QUENTIN TARANTINO (Filmmaker, Scriptwriter, Actor)