Best and Worst Adaptation(s) of Book(s) To Cinema and Television

BAYLOR

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It will be intertwine to see how faithful to the book , the upcoming Dune film will be.
 

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit is a great adaptation of Who Censored Roger Rabbit in that it hardly follows it at all, since it is a pretty awful book.
 

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit is a great adaptation of Who Censored Roger Rabbit in that it hardly follows it at all, since it is a pretty awful book.
I had no idea it was based on an actual novel.
 

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Re: Roger Rabbit
It was considered for adaptation into a movie for a few years, but it focused on comic strip characters, not cartoon film. The author did a sequel and changed it so it followed the movie universe instead (Roger Rabbit dies in the book). There's no Judge Doom, no Dip, and it is set in modern times.
 

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Re: Roger Rabbit
It was considered for adaptation into a movie for a few years, but it focused on comic strip characters, not cartoon film. The author did a sequel and changed it so it followed the movie universe instead (Roger Rabbit dies in the book). There's no Judge Doom, no Dip, and it is set in modern times.

I not sure but I think there was talk about another Roger Rabbit film?
 
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