Here is the September 2010 update on the current status of the “books to film” projects that have been mentioned on this blog to this point. I will attempt to do this once a month in order to follow each film until it reaches DVD. Please remember that release dates are subject to change, and that sometimes “Announced” and “In Development” films never get made, more’s the pity. (Please note that I update this post during the month as I find new projects, so check back periodically.)
As always, if you have any news about an upcoming book to film adaptation, please comment and let me know.
The current “books to film” list:
1776: In development with a release date sometime in 2011.
Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter: In pre-production with a 2011 release date.
The Adjustment Bureau: In post production and due in U.S. theaters on 4 March 2011 .
Airborn: In pre-production with a 2011 release date.
Airman: In development with a release date in 2011.
The Alchemyst: The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel: In development with a 2012 release date.
The Art of Racing in the Rain: In development with a 2012 release date.
The Associate: In development with a theoretical 2012 release date.
Atlas Shrugged: This film is finally in post-production. Release date is still listed as 2011. (Paul Johansson is John Galt. That answers that question. 😉 )
Avalon High: In post-production, and due this year on the Disney Channel.
Beastly: Due in U.S. theaters on 18 March 2011.
The Bell Jar: In pre-production with a theoretical release date in 2012.
The Big Short – Inside the Doomsday Machine: In development with a 2012 release date.
Boardwalk Empire: Appearing on HBO starting on 19 September 2010.
The Boggart: In development. US theatrical release sometime in 2011.
Born to Rock: Announced with a release date sometime in 2012.
The Box of Delights: In development with a theoretical release date in 2011.
Breaking Dawn – Part 1: In pre-production with a release date of 18 November 2011.
Breaking Dawn – Part 2: In pre-production with a release date of 16 November 2012.
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