Could it be that the wrong show won Best Musical at the Tony Awards?
Do you ever sit around and ponder the origins of movies? Or obsess over John Thornton's (played by Richard Armitage) eyes in the 2004 BBC adaptation of Gaskell's North & South? Nope? That's just me? Well, you better abandon this post... Continue Reading →
After the PBS adaptation last fall, will you be streaming "Anne with an E" tonight on Netflix?
First published in 1986, the dystopian fiction novel filled readers with terror at the thought of such a reality. Now it's coming to life on your television screen.
Where did the extremely popular TV series of Diana Gabaldon's "Outlander" get its subtle bite of humor? Perhaps from her graphic novel adaptation "The Exile."
Did highlighting the action destroy all of the adaptation potential of Focus Features film "The Eagle?"
Manga, comics, graphic novels, board books... Are traditional classics still classic in alternative mediums?
Do we have the right to choose our own ending? The adaptation of Julian Barne's award-winning novel opens in theaters this weekend.
The #1 New York Times Bestseller comes to the silver screen March 3, 2017. People have burned it for heresy and hailed it as groundbreaking... But are you going to watch it?
Looking for the perfect movie to watch with someone you love tonight? How about one adapted from a good book! Check out Adapt That's 14 suggestions.
Hello. This post is about the adaptation of The Princess Bride. You enjoyed the movie. Prepare to read.
Are you ready for something darker?