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Five Children’s Books That Need to be Made into Movies

In Featured, Industry Insights, Maria Andress by Amanda Valdovinos

– By Maria Andress – Did we say five? It was almost twenty-five, as many bookworms assure us that there are countless as yet unfilmed chapter book sagas that would make excellent visual entertainment. These five were chosen because their written outline or character development or stages of story are the most readily adaptable to film. Are you ready? Here …

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Niederpruem’s ‘Little Women’: Have Critics Misjudged a Hidden Gem?

In Featured, Industry Insights, Maria Andress, Movie Reviews, Reviews by Amanda Valdovinos

– By Maria Andress – This recent modern adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women might be a film on very few radars. Directed by Clare Niederpruem and distributed by Pure Flix Entertainment and Pinnacle Peak, it made just over $1 million in the 12 days following its limited release. Reviews on Little Women from mainstream Hollywood such as those …

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How Netflix Can Make Their Narnia Adaptations a Success

In Featured, Industry Insights, Maria Andress by Amanda Valdovinos

– By Maria Andress – Yesterday morning it was announced that Netflix closed a multi-year deal with The C.S. Lewis Company for the rights to the entire The Chronicles of Narnia series for multiple feature length film and series projects. Under the agreement, Mark Gordon of eOne Entertainment will produce along with Douglas Gresham (C.S. Lewis’ stepson) and Vincent Sieber …