Naomi Novik's latest novel, A Deadly Education is getting the adaptation treatment, despite the fact that the book has yet to be released.
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This week I decided to binge the Netflix show I Am Not Okay With This. It was hilarious and dramatic, intense, and emotional—all of those things, and more.
The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes is due out on May 19th, but we already have news to report. The novel will be getting a movie, alongside the rest of the...
Apple Podcast's latest project, The Left Right Game, is already on track for getting an adaptation through Amazon Studios.
In the latest bit of adaptation news, The Night Circus officially has landed a director for the project.
Neil Gaiman's Sandman is officially getting adapated by Netflix. And yes, Neil Gaiman is the executive producer for the series.
In what is a surprise to all of us, Marvel passes on adapting Neil Gaiman's Marvel 1602 series into a TV series. It's a disappointment to many.
FX's Y: The Last Man adaptation has a new showrunner…again. On the bright side, that means that the series has officially not been cancelled!
Another Terry Pratchett novel is getting adapted into a movie! And this time it's from the Discworld series! Get ready for something amazing.
Swamp Thing is the latest DC series based. It's based on one of their most famous characters, and it has so much potential!
Good Omens was written by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, and Amazon Prime recently released the adaptation of the novel.
A seat at the world premiere of Good Omens was left intentionally empty—all in memory of the late author, Terry Pratchett.
Y: The Last Man has been facing a lot of challenges as it tries to get a TV Series adaptation. Here are the latest updates.
Salem's Lot by Stephen King is getting adapted for the big screen. The adaptation is courtesy of James Wan and Gary Dauberman.
When The Creed family relocates from Boston to rural Maine they soon discover their new property has a mysterious pet burial ground not to far from their house...
Chuck Wendig's newest novel—which isn't even out yet—is already set to get adapted into a TV series. QC Entertainment won the rights to the series.