Top Ten Tuesday’s is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic is:
Top Ten Series I’d Love to see made into a Movie
So since today’s TTT was a Freebie, I decided to pick what series I’d love to see made into a movie or movies. This stemmed from a conversation I had with friends on Twitter about an upcoming movie.
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Oh, these would all be EXCELLENT movies, well the ones I have read anyway. Although the Anna one would scare me. Great list.
Ooo, nice topic for the week!!! I like your list. 🙂 Here’s my TTT post for the week: http://captivatedreader.blogspot.com/2015/01/top-ten-tuesday-authors-id-like-to-meet.html
The Selection series would certainly lend itself to a good movie!
The Selection series would be so cool to see in film. The visual eye candy would be a treat if it is like the book cover images.
here’s my TTT
I toally agree with Shatter Me, The Selection, Anna & the French Kiss and the Program [the other I haven;t read them]. This is a great list! my ttt<3
So I haven’t read all of these but I mightly approve of the ones that I have read and so that means the ones that I haven’t would probably make good movies too. I’d like to add to it AC Gaughen’s Scarlet series as I think that would be an amazing (if soul crushing) movie series!!
My TTT is here.
I was so close to picking this topic as well. I haven’t read Split Second yet but after reading Pivot Point I’d have to agree that series would make an awesome movie! The rest of these are all on my TBR but I haven’t had a chance to read them yet but I’ve heard nothing but good things. Fun list! Thanks for stopping by my TTT earlier 🙂
I haven’t read any of these but from what I remember of reading Pivot Point’s synopsis a while back, I think the premise is pretty solid for film (although I could see the romance being downplayed). Or maybe I’m just reminded of a similar film or show that I just can’t think of at the moment.
joey via. thoughts and afterthoughts
I neeeeed a movie of Lola and the Boy Next Door. Childhood-next door neighbors romance? YES PLZ.