Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Want To See Made Into Movies

Its Tuesday and time for a Top Ten list!

In honor of the Hunger Games coming in March (its not March yet?! Crap!) I’ve been dreaming about certain books and how I’d love to see them made into movies. Today’s list is ten movies I want to see made into movies. Go!

Clockwork Angel by Cassandra ClareClockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare

It’d be like PBS’s Masterpiece Theater and Twilight having a love child (only it’d be better than Twilight).

IQ Independence Hall by Roland SmithI.Q. Independence Hall by Roland Smith

I think its time for a fun teen spy film to hit theaters!

Incarceron by Catherine FisherIncarceron by Catherine Fisher

I admit this one would be hard to do because they’d have to create the prison and the realm, but I think it’d be worth the try. Apparently it is actually in the works and rumor has it that Taylor Lautner will be playing Finn…hmmmm…/p>

Divergent by Veronica RothDivergent by Veronica Roth

Nothing supernatural, just gritty dystopia. Please!

Book of A Thousand Days.jpgBook of a Thousand Days by Shannon Hale

I think theaters need a good fairy tale retold and Shannon Hale does them so brilliantly.

The Luxe by Anna GodbersenThe Luxe by Anna Godbersen

I’m thinking that whoever designs costumes for Downton Abbey could have a field day with this one! Can I be in it? I’ll just stand in the background as long as I can wear a dress like that (see above).

Uglies by Scott WesterfeldUglies by Scott Westerfeld

Science Fiction fans would flock to the theater for this one. And I know there has been talk of a movie adaptation of this one but I haven’t heard anything recently.

Vladimir Tod by Heather BrewerEighth Grade Bites by Heather Brewer

I think we need a vampire movie without all the mushyness. Yes. I do.

What I Saw and How I Lied by Judy BlundellWhat I Saw and How I Lied by Judy Blundell

I’m totally picturing Carey Mulligan in this role. I know she’s not a teenager, but she has the right look.

Lost Time by Susan Maupin SchmidLost Time by Susan Maupin Schmid

More Sci-Fi! This one would be hard too, because of the different creatures. Muppet creatures?!

The 39 CluesThe 39 Clues series by various authors

I loved National Treasure, can we redo it with kids?! It’d be so much fun!

Are there any books you’d love to see made into movies? Let me know!