In this case, having read Suzanne Collin’s books in this case makes watching the movie a better experience overall, something that is truly rare in Hollywood.
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Israel’s Castle Builders is working with top companies, such as DreamWorks and Sanrio (Hello Kitty), to bring their character-based brands to book apps.
The importance of “key art,” how to work with co-agents, and whether or not to follow your gut. By Edward Nawotka For the past two […]
In the first of a two part series, we talk to ICM’s Josie Freedman and other insiders about how Hollywood agents, publishers and producers decide […]
By Mike Springer At first glance, the publishing and film industries appear quite similar: Both strive to bring stories to the widest possible audience; both […]
By Liz Bury The heyday of huge film deals being made for books may be over, but, there’s still big money on the table for […]
By Edward Nawotka In today’s lead story Rebecca Chace describes her experience adapting her screenplay Capture the Flag into a novel and then again into […]