Tag Archives: Robert Ben Garant

Towing the Line

“If one — and only one — of your stories would be adapted for the silver screen, which one would you select? Would you prefer to write the screenplay… or just watch from the sidelines while the studio uses whoever … Continue reading

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Move Along, Movies

Best books-to-movies? I know that we have covered this; I absolutely know that I have brought up the best movies made from terrible books. Yes, it happens; books are not “always ruined” when made into movies. I will once again … Continue reading

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Memento Momento

The topic this week is: Would we like to be asked to do the novelization of a movie, or why not? If so, what movie. Many movies are based on stories, novels or based on plays, but quite a few … Continue reading

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