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Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, based on the 2012 novel by Benjamin Alire Sáenz, will be theatrically premiered on September 8, and tells the story of the friendship between two teenage Mexican American boys in 1987 El Paso.
The long-awaited second season of the successful fantasy series is largely based on ‘The Great Hunt’, the second novel of Robert Jordan’s hit series, and has some elements of ‘The Dragon Reborn’, the third of fifteen novels in the series.
Coben’s unique blend of mystery, intrigue, and unexpected twists has proven to be a winning formula for both his books and their screen adaptations. Don’t miss out on any of his gripping stories.
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* Yes, we know… Cinema and literature are quite different and not very comparable media. But when a book is made into a movie, the game of comparing becomes inevitable, making way for an interesting and passionate debate that arises from the initial question: Which do you think is better?
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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.