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With the massive success of "The Hunger Games," fans, studios and pundits alike are already wondering what will be the next big franchise to follow in its footsteps.
One young adult novel adaptation that's popped up everywhere from The Hollywood Reporter to the Los Angeles Times and gazillions of blogs in between is one we've been covering since our site launched more than a year ago: "Beautiful Creatures," by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl.
The book follows Southern teen Ethan Wate as he falls in love with the gorgeous and mysterious Lena, who turns out to be a witch-like Caster. The movie – due in theaters next February – has been on a casting tear, tapping the likes of Emma Thompson, Viola Davis and Jeremy Irons to play some of the grown-up leads alongside newcomers Alice Englert and Jack O'Connell, who are taking on the roles of Lena and Ethan, respectively.
With all that hype and all that action, we had to hear from the authors what it was like to watch their project be named alongside a movie that's breaking records left, right and center. Get More »
We've been positively entranced by "Beautiful Creatures," the first book of Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl's "Caster Chronicles" series, and for good reason: This dark, southern tale of teen witchcraft stands a real chance at becoming the next big hit for magical movies, post-"Potter."
Today, the title for the fourth (and final) book has been announced as ... drum roll please ... "Beautiful Redemption!"
This last book will round out the series — which also includes "Beautiful Darkness" and "Beautiful Chaos" — and is due on shelves Oct. 23, 2012. Just a few moons away! Get More »
Sure, you've heard all the hubbub about casting for the adaptations for "The Hunger Games" and "The Mortal Instruments," but there's a third noteworthy series that's been quiet by comparison. That is, until now.
"The Caster Chronicles," by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl, certainly deserves its place in the next-big-franchise, post-"Harry Potter" and "Twilight" conversation. And today marks not only the unveiling of the cover of the third book, "Beautiful Chaos," on Hollywood Crush, but an official status check on the book-to-movie process.
And, of course, what adaptation discussion would be complete without a little fantasy casting? Get More »