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Upcoming Adaptations to keep an eye on this fall

By Mónica González


If you’re one of those book-before-movie kind of people, my favorite people in the world, then this article is for you!  With the premiere of The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials last week, I felt somewhat inspired. I did some research and found out what some of the next film adaptations will be, and I have to say, the results are satisfying to say the least! Here are the next six productions I’ll be watching before the year ends:

1. The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials. Maze-Runner-The-Scorch-Trials-Poster This is the second installment in the Maze Runner franchise. In theaters now.


2. He Named Me Malala  he-named-me-malala-posterTechnically not a movie, but it’s a documentary based on a biographical book, so don’t hate. In this documentary, we’ll see the life of Malala Yousafzai, author of the book “I am Malala”, and how she’s been working hard toward education and women’s rights in India.  I would check with your local theater to find out if they will be showing it.  If so, the release date is October 2nd.


3. Pan 3DPan_2015_poster In this retelling of a classic, a very young Peter gets whisked away to neverland and has to join a group of unlikely heroes to save Neverland from the evil plans of captain Blackbeard. Levi Miller makes his big screen debut along with an A-List cast including Hugh Jackman, Rooney Mara, Cara Delevingne and Amanda Seyfried.  Film will be released on October 9.


4. Goosebumps Goosebumps_(film)_posterA twist on R. L. Stine’s 90s classic series.  After accidentally setting loose all of the monsters from Stine’s books, Zach (Dylan Minnette), along with Stine (Jack Black) and his daughter Hannah (Odeya Rush), team up to put them back before they cause any harm.  Film is set for October 16.


5. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2  16646856587_1067d9e7d0_oThis is the final installment of the Hunger Games Franchise. This will be Katniss’ last chance to overthrow President Snow’s empire, rehabilitate Peeta, and free everyone from the district system before they all burn to the ground.  The series ends on November 20.


6. Victor Frankenstein


Told from Igor’s Point of View (Daniel Radcliffe), this fresh take on Mary Shelley’s classic will sure keep you on the edge of your seat the entire time.  Meet your makers on November 25.

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