Charles Dickens’ David Copperfield is getting a proper, elaborate adaptation from Veep mastermind Armando Iannucci, and it’s begun casting.
Paintings are often inspired by works of literature, art imitating art and all the rest of it.
One would think finding hair in your book would give you the same disgust as hair in your food, but if that hair is actually a lock of President George Washington's iconic grey hair, all bets are off.
Remember the lurking, bobbing head of Falkor in The Neverending Story? Or the absolutely bonkers makeup of Lon Chaney Jr. in the old The Phantom of the Opera?
I don’t know what your specific English teacher or professor assigned you to read when covering Victorian era literature, but chances are you read Jane Eyre. You almost definitely read Pride and Prejudice or Wuthering Heights or Sense and Sensibility.
Some of the best fantasy writers out there are writing for the teenage crowd, and that’s great news both for readers and moviegoers.