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Gavin Hood gives an Ender’s Game update
Gavin Hood’s long-awaited adaptation of sci-fi novel Ender’s Game has taken a first tentative step on the publicity trail, with the director teasing a first image alongside an update on how the project is progressing…
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Gavin Hood gives an Ender’s Game update

Gavin Hood’s long-awaited adaptation of sci-fi novel Ender’s Game has taken a first tentative step on the publicity trail, with the director teasing a first image alongside an update on how the project is progressing…

http://www.totalfilm.com/news/gavin-hood-gives-an-ender-s-game-update

First look at Ang Lee’s Life Of Pi
Life Of Pi, Ang Lee’s take on Yann Martel’s novel of the same name, has released a first official image featuring the titular Pi and his tiger companion, Richard Parker.The film will tell the story of a young boy who finds himself stranded at sea for a mammoth 227 days. However, he’s not out there alone, as he has the aforementioned tiger as well as a hyena, a zebra and an orang-utan for company.

First look at Ang Lee’s Life Of Pi

Life Of Pi, Ang Lee’s take on Yann Martel’s novel of the same name, has released a first official image featuring the titular Pi and his tiger companion, Richard Parker.

The film will tell the story of a young boy who finds himself stranded at sea for a mammoth 227 days. However, he’s not out there alone, as he has the aforementioned tiger as well as a hyena, a zebra and an orang-utan for company.

Lionsgate plan to make Chaos Walking trilogy the next Hunger Games
Having seen their recent adaptation of The Hunger Games score big among critics and audiences alike, Lionsgate has taken control of another ludicrously popular teenage franchise in the form of the Chaos Walking series… and Charlie Kaufman’s attached to write the screenplay.

Lionsgate plan to make Chaos Walking trilogy the next Hunger Games

Having seen their recent adaptation of The Hunger Games score big among critics and audiences alike, Lionsgate has taken control of another ludicrously popular teenage franchise in the form of the Chaos Walking series… and Charlie Kaufman’s attached to write the screenplay.

50 Best Book To Movie Adaptations
32. Drive (2011)The Book: John Sallis’ book of the same name, which follows Driver, a morally ambiguous lead who drives for a living – and then some.The Movie Version: Supremely stylish and starring a swaggering, on-the-brink-of-something Ryan Gosling. Sure, the plot feels vaguely inconsequential, but this is gorgeous stuff.Biggest Difference: Sallis’ novel has no linear plot, jumping around in time. This conceit was not used in the film.[FOR THE OTHER 49 BEST BOOK TO MOVIE ADAPTATIONS, CLICK ON GOSLING OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

50 Best Book To Movie Adaptations

32. Drive (2011)

The Book: John Sallis’ book of the same name, which follows Driver, a morally ambiguous lead who drives for a living – and then some.

The Movie Version: Supremely stylish and starring a swaggering, on-the-brink-of-something Ryan Gosling. Sure, the plot feels vaguely inconsequential, but this is gorgeous stuff.

Biggest Difference: Sallis’ novel has no linear plot, jumping around in time. This conceit was not used in the film.

[FOR THE OTHER 49 BEST BOOK TO MOVIE ADAPTATIONS, CLICK ON GOSLING OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

12 Exclusive Taxi Driver On-Set Pics
Steve Schapiro’s ‘Taxi Driver’ is a sumptuous photo-essay that noses behind the scenes of Martin Scorsese’s 1976 vigilante classic. At £650, it ain’t cheap - but Total Film has scored a selection of exclusive pics - with comments from Schapiro himself…1. Keep It LightSteve Schapiro: “This image was shot after the most violent scene in the film - the last sequence with all the shooting and stabbing and wrestling."When Scorsese shouted ‘Cut!’, everyone just collapsed about laughing - it relieved a lot of the tension."During filming, you could sense that this was going to be one of the greatest films of all time. The intensity of the acting really boosted the feeling that Taxi Driver was destined to be a classic.”

12 Exclusive Taxi Driver On-Set Pics

Steve Schapiro’s ‘Taxi Driver’ is a sumptuous photo-essay that noses behind the scenes of Martin Scorsese’s 1976 vigilante classic. At £650, it ain’t cheap - but Total Film has scored a selection of exclusive pics - with comments from Schapiro himself…

1. Keep It Light

Steve Schapiro: “This image was shot after the most violent scene in the film - the last sequence with all the shooting and stabbing and wrestling.

"When Scorsese shouted ‘Cut!’, everyone just collapsed about laughing - it relieved a lot of the tension.

"During filming, you could sense that this was going to be one of the greatest films of all time. The intensity of the acting really boosted the feeling that Taxi Driver was destined to be a classic.”

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Harry Potter producer adapting Adventures Of Oscar Pill
With Harry Potter finally coming to a climax this year, producer David Heyman has begun looking for the next big thing.According to him, that next big thing will be Oscar Pill, the star of a series of French youth novels that Warner Bros. have just acquired the feature film rights to.Written by physician and author Eli Anderson, the series consists of five novels, and follows Oscar Pill, who discovers that he has the ability to enter the human body and explore the worlds there.

Harry Potter producer adapting Adventures Of Oscar Pill

With Harry Potter finally coming to a climax this year, producer David Heyman has begun looking for the next big thing.

According to him, that next big thing will be Oscar Pill, the star of a series of French youth novels that Warner Bros. have just acquired the feature film rights to.

Written by physician and author Eli Anderson, the series consists of five novels, and follows Oscar Pill, who discovers that he has the ability to enter the human body and explore the worlds there.