Many books have been turned
into movies, but what about movies being turned into books? We certainly wish
we could curl up at home with a book featuring the same stories that we love on
the big screen.
Here’s a list of some flicks
we so wanna see turned into novels right now. Do you think these would make
good books, too?
Heart and Souls
Four people die at the same
time that one boy is born, causing all four spirits to intertwine with the boy,
Thomas. After realizing they would affect Thomas’ childhood, the four decide to
remain invisible to him until he’s in his 30s. Now, they just won’t leave him
alone—that is, until he helps them with their unfinished business.
You’ve Got Mail
Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks star
in this adorable romantic comedy about two people who fall in love over
anonymous emails, but despise each other in real life due to their competing
bookstores. And when one of them finds out who the other is, well, you can only
imagine what happens.
This one’s a classic. If
ever there were a way to successfully combine all of the various peer
pressures, bullying and drama that go on in high school, it would result in
this movie. It centers on a home-schooled girl’s transition to a normal school,
and how she chooses her friends and copes with her enemies.
This is a really fun twist
on the story of Snow White, as Sydney starts her freshman year at college and
learns that sorority life is not for her. Instead, she shacks up with 7 other
outcasts (sound familiar?) and they work together to make their own fairy tale.
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
An average, albeit awkward,
teen kid is recruited by Balthazar, a master sorcerer and is suddenly thrown
into a world of hi-tech magic. Clumsy Dave Stutler tries his best to keep up
with his training, but is he really ready to help battle a dangerous and
powerful evildoer who escapes from his magic vessel?
The Prince and Me
What if you found out that
your crush, who you start to fall in love with, is actually a Danish prince?
This is the story of farmer’s daughter and pre-med student Paige, who has to
not only win over the Royal family, but also choose between living the life of
a queen in a different country and continuing with her medical career in the
Which flick would you love
to read as a book? Blog about it, babes.
BY KELLY GIERON ON 11/1/2012 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN entertainment, movies, movies we love, Book Club