Books that will be Movies and TV Series Tuesday
Last week, everyone is buzzing about Shadowhunters and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies when they premiered their trailer. Shadowhunters will be a TV Series on ABC this January 12, 2016 and Pride and Prejudice will be a movie, the initial release will be on February 5, 2016 and the 5th wave will release on January 14, 2016 and the Allegiant will release on March 2016 and last but not the least Mockingjay will release on November 20, 2015.
The reason why I posted it right now it’s because every Tuesday is Books into Reality, even though I’m itching to post it and my reactions I don’t have a choice.
My thoughts when I watched Shadowhunters teaser trailer
OH MY FREAKING GOODNESS! I CAN’T WAIT TO WATCH THE SHADOWHUNTERS AND ALSO TO FINISH READING ALL THE SERIES. I’ve watched the movie starring Lily Collins and Jamie Campbell. It was awesome, I love Lily Collins but I don’t like Jamie Campbell. (Sorry guys). It has a lot of changes since they changed the casts, and let’s see if they were really suit for the characters there. I haven’t watch the cast on how they act. But I know Dominic Sherwood he is the guy on Style music video of Taylor Swift.
My thoughts on Pride and Prejudice and Zombies trailer
Okay, so I haven’t read the Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen but I have the book, and especially I haven’t read this one. I don’t know what to say but the GIF above can really tell. Because, ZOMBIES! Maybe I’ll give it a shot.
My thoughts on the 5th wave trailer
Chloe Moretz AGAIN! I don’t hate her, well in fact I love her. But seriously, Chloe Moretz is the queen of leading actress for books turn into movies. YAAS! QUEEN.
I love her in Carrie and also in If I Stay. But, sorry again for not reading The 5th Wave. (Forgive Me). And I’m excited again to see Chloe on the big screen. And when the earth was invaded by aliens. OKAY! THAT’S CREEPY.
My thoughts on Allegiant trailer
I LOVE THE DIVERGENT SERIES! I heard some doesn’t like the Divergent but I don’t care. I respect your opinion guys, and I can’t wait to watch the Allegiant. The Insurgent left me a goosebumps, because of the end, even though they not much alike on the book, still I love it. It’s based on novel!!
I hope Veronica Roth will visit here in the Philippines. Please!!!
My thoughts on the Mockingjay trailer
When I watched the Hunger Games, I got addicted into reading. Well, I first watched it when I’m on my 1st year College. Not too bad. And you know what, what’s the bad thing. The bad thing is, when I’ve finished watching Catching Fire and it was cliffhanger and I want to know more what will happen on Katniss and I read the Mockingjay. I READ IT WITHOUT READING THE FIRST AND SECOND BOOK! AND I WAS LIKE, WTH!! I LEARNED THAT DON’T READ THE LAST FIRST EVEN THOUGH YOU WATCHED IT ON BIG SCREEN, INSTEAD READ FROM THE START OF THE SERIES. I CAN’T WAIT TO WATCH THE FINAL INSTALLMENT OF HUNGER GAMES SERIES.
My thoughts on The Girl on the Train movie news
While I was browsing on PagetoPremiere, I saw that the girl on the train will be a movie. I read it on March and I loved it, I love the Psychological Thriller and also the twist of the story. The story is in the three point of views of women. Here’s the synopsis:
Rachel takes the same commuter train every morning. Every day she rattles down the track, flashes past a stretch of cozy suburban homes, and stops at the signal that allows her to daily watch the same couple breakfasting on their deck. She’s even started to feel like she knows them. “Jess and Jason,” she calls them. Their life—as she sees it—is perfect. Not unlike the life she recently lost.
And then she sees something shocking. It’s only a minute until the train moves on, but it’s enough. Now everything’s changed. Unable to keep it to herself, Rachel offers what she knows to the police, and becomes inextricably entwined in what happens next, as well as in the lives of everyone involved. Has she done more harm than good?
Emily Blunt will play Rachel, the central character who is devastated by her recent divorce and is experiencing severe mental health repercussions from the grief. She’s miserable, she’s an alcoholic, and she’s still in love with her ex-husband Tom. Rachel is the eyes and ears of the story – she has developed an attachment to a seemingly perfect couple who she only sees while passing their idyllic house when gliding past on the train.
Rebecca Ferguson will play the once-mistress now-wife of Rachel’s ex-husband Tom. She now has a baby with Rachel’s ex, and is seemingly doing absolutely anything she can to vilify Rachel and keep her away from Tom and her child.
Erin Cressida has adapted Paula Hawkins’ novel into a screenplay – she is known as the screenwriter behind The Secretary, Men Women and Children, and Chloe.
What’s your thoughts and reactions on the upcoming Film and TV series?