Have you seen ‘crazy rich Asians’? If not, you are missing out.
Every enthusiastic reader knows the importance and value of books with a comparison to movies. However, who can miss a chance of watching one’s favourite fictional character coming to life? This year Hollywood treatment is going to be applied on dozens of page-turners. So this is the time you should avail reading before hitting theatres.
FIFTY SHADES FREED’ BY EL JAMES
Fifty Shades Trilogy, the third and final sequel is as stifling, yet goes even darker. Billionaire Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey have now become newlyweds, but the blissful ever after is encountering challenges because someone from the past emerges to build conflicts.
Hitting theaters February 9
‘EVERY DAY’ BY DAVID LEVITHAN
A fusion of fantasy and teen romance takes place in the story. Rhiannon (the character played by Angourie Rice) aged 16, gets involved in a mysterious spirit who then impedes a variant body every new day.
Hitting theaters February 23
‘ANNIHILATION’ BY JEFF VANDERMEER
Jeff Vandermeer’s Southern Reach Trilogy, the first book follows a woman team who caught up in a celestial, abandoned location named Area X that would possibly wipe out the country.
The first book in Jeff Vandermeer’s Southern Reach Trilogy follows a team of women who venture into an abandoned, celestial area known as Area X that could potentially wipe out the country. The movie stars as a protagonist.
Hitting theaters February 23
‘RED SPARROW’ BY JASON MATTHEWS
An ex-ballerina, Dominika Egorova is forced into a spy program and sent to Red Sparrow school. The character is played by Jennifer Lawrence who switched side by getting allured by a good-looking CIA agent.
Hitting theaters March 2
‘SIMON VS. THE HOMO SAPIENS AGENDA’ BY BECKY ALBERTALLI
With the same story for a coming-of-age novel, Becky Albertalli pitched a unique name for adaptation of the film. In the movie, Simon Spier, a high school student categorized as a gay, life turn is shown, when one of his classmates menaced him.
Hitting theaters March 22
‘FAHRENHEIT 451’ BY RAY BRADBURY
Dystopian World books, firefighters meant to extinguish the illegitimate possessions. The story revolves around a rebellion fireman who started questioning this practice and tried his best to stop it, leading towards the emergence of huge fiery consequences.
Streaming on HBO May 19
‘THE DARKEST MINDS’ BY ALEXANDRA BRACKEN
The dystopian novel that turned out to be a movie this year is Alexandra Bracken’s bestseller. Ruby (characterized by Amandla Stenberg has emerged as a teen enduring an enigmatic sickness that rewards her superpowers and let her join a child-led confrontation against the Government.
Hitting theaters August 3
‘THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL PIE SOCIETY’ BY MARY ANN SHAFFER AND ANNIE BARROWS
If you love to read period pieces. So you should surely read this. The story revolves around a young writer (characterized by Lily James) who starts corresponding with a fascinatingly known book club on the Guernsey island.
Hitting on Netflix August 10
‘CRAZY RICH ASIANS’ BY KEVIN KWAN
From the eyes of a Chinese-American professor named Rachel Chu (characterized by Constance Wu) bestselling novel of Kevin Kwan creatively represents Singapore’s elite class lifestyle. On a tour to East of Rachel and her boyfriend, she finds out that how much he is rich.
Hitting theaters August 11
‘TO ALL THE BOYS I’VE LOVED BEFORE’ BY JENNY HAN
The story that reveals feelings of Lara Jean played by Lana Candor about her all old crushes. And she accidentally pushed the sent button for her private letters. Isn’t it another interesting story pitched by Netflix?
Streaming on Netflix August 17
‘A SIMPLE FAVOR’ BY DARCEY BELL
A Simple Favor is one of the wildest stories you could ever watch or read. Anna Kendrick paid the role of Mom vlogger Stephanie determined to reveal the real reasons behind missing of her best friend Emily’s (Blake Lively) fro the small town they used to live in. her findings were beyond her imaginations.you should also check out, what was the real truth.
Hitting theaters September 14
‘LITTLE WOMEN’ BY LOUISA M. ALCOTT
A modern retelling of Louisa May Alcott’s 150-year-old classic tale, Little Women follows the March sisters — Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy — and their unwavering commitment to supporting each other.
In theaters September 28
‘FIRST MAN’ BY JAMES R. HANSEN
First Man by James Hansen, it was published back in the year 2005, it has the credit of being America’s only authorized book. It uncovers the life story of the late Neil Armstrong America’s most renowned astronaut, Ryan Gosling is a star as the first person who managed to walk on the moon successfully, in the film.
Hitting theaters October 12
‘THE HATE U GIVE’ BY ANGIE THOMAS
The bestselling novel of Angie Thomas is a star by Amandla Stenberg over the big screen adaptation. It covers a story of a high schooler, whose life gets upside down after seeing her childhood best friend dying by a cop’s shot.
Hitting theatres October 19
‘THE GIRL IN THE SPIDER’S WEB’ BY DAVID LAGERCRANTZ
In the fourth part, Lisbeth Salander is acting like a hacker who has a flair for vigilante justice and realized that she is tangled in a web when a past memory comes to her mind. Lisbeth character will be acted by The Crown’s Claire Foy.
Hitting theaters November 9