The Hobbit - December 2012
I have to say the one I'm most excited about is The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien, I've read the book several times over the years (in fact I must re-read it soon before the film comes out!) and have always been a massive fan of this and the Lord of the Rings trilogy. I love the LotR films so I have very high hopes that The Hobbit will be just as good if not better and watching the following trailers has only increased my excitement!
Warm Bodies - February 2013
I have to admit I'm not so sure about Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion, the fact that there is a romance between a human girl and the zombie who ate her boyfriend made me feel more than a little squeamish when I read the book (you can read my review here). However in spite of not being keen on the romance I did find that there was something incredibly compelling about the book, it was very well written and really made you think about the things that are important and what it is that makes us human. From the trailer it looks like the film stays very true to the book (although you can never be 100% sure of that until you've see the whole thing) and I am very curious about it. I don't think I'll be booking advance tickets for as soon as this one comes out but if the reviews are good then I might just give it a chance.
Beautiful Creatures - February 2013
I already posted the trailer for Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl but I couldn't really post about films I'm excited about without mentioning it again. Now the Beautiful Creatures series is one I've been wanting to read for ages but for some reason have never got around to. It looks like I'm going to have to hurry up and read at least the first book though because I don't want to miss the movie! Don't forget I currently have a UK giveaway for all 4 books in the Beautiful Creatures series that you can enter here (giveaway closes on the 5th of December)
The Host - March 2013
The Host by Stephenie Meyer is another one of those books that I bought years ago but have never got around to reading. I'm not even sure why because I've heard really good things about it & I read the Twilight series multiple times before I started blogging (don't judge, I know the series isn't perfect and not everyone loves it but it got me back into reading again after a long break so it'll always have a special place in my heart!). Anyway, I think the film looks awesome so it's another book I need to hurry up and read!
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones - August 2013
It may not be out until August but I'm already incredibly excited about City of Bones by Cassandra Clare, I love the books (read my review of City of Bones here) and think the film will be fantastic! I have a feeling that with so many fans of the series out there this is going to be one of the must see summer smash hits.
There really are some awesome book to movie adaptations coming out next year aren't there! Of course I'm also really looking forward to Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins, I couldn't find a trailer for that one yet though but I'll be sure to post it on the blog when I come across it. Are there any other films coming out that I've forgotten about? Which of these are you most excited about?
Yep all of these I'm so looking forward to!ReplyDelete
I'm very in love with Richard Armitage who is in the Hobbit! But I also can't wait for City of Bones and The Host- I love these books (and I'm excited and a little scared too, that the adaptation will ruin them)
I've never read The Hobbit (shame on me, I know), but I'm really looking forward to seeing it. And all of the others in this post actually!ReplyDelete
@ Sally - I'm dying to see The Hobbit! I agree that it can be nerve racking when they adapt one of your favourite books but after seeing what they did with the LoTRs trilogy I'm not nervous about that one. I am a bit worried about City of Bones though! I really must read The Host before the film comes out :o)ReplyDelete
@ Sophie - I've not read the book for years so I was really hoping to read it again before seeing the film but I'm not sure if I'll have time. I'd definitely recommend reading the series though - they're fab books :o)