8 Books You Should Read Before the Movie Comes Out

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8 Books You Should Read Before the Movie Comes Out

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| August 10, 2017

8 Books You Should Read

Before the Movie Comes Out

By Kyzia Maramara

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Do you remember all those novels you were earnestly wishing for to be movies with your favorite actors in the lead? Well thank your lucky stars because your wish has been granted. Better re-read those books before they hit the big screens! And if you don’t see your favorite book on the list, don’t worry. It won’t be long now.

“To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” by Jenny Han

Cast: Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Israel Broussard, Janel Parish, Anna Cathcart

Release Date: TBA

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before is the best-selling YA novel about Lara Jean, a girl who wrote secret letters to the boys she liked, and got them unexpectedly mailed.  To avoid confrontations with the boys, she forms a fake relationship with one of them until one day she realizes that she may not be pretending at all.


“Murder on the Orient Express” by Agatha Christie

Cast: Kenneth Branagh, Johnny Depp

Release Date: November 2017

Watch the trailer here!

When the Orient Express gets stranded in a snow drift, a passenger is discovered murdered. Every one is a suspect and it is up to the great detective Hercule Poirot to determine which one is the murderer before he strikes again.


“Every Day” by David Levithan

Cast: Angourie Rice

Release Date: TBA

A teenage girl falls in love with an entity named A, who inhabits a body of different teenage boys every day.


“All The Bright Places” by Jennifer Niven

Cast: Elle Fanning

Release Date: TBA

Two teenagers meet each other at the perfect moment when they needed somebody the most. Violet Markey is dealing with the death of her sister when she meets Theodore Finch, a boy with problems of his own. Both embark on a journey in their new-found friendship and hope that everything will be alright in the end. But what Finch doesn’t tell Violet is that he’s got his own ending all figured out.