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  • awardskel
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    #441267

    Fahrenheit 451 (by Ray Bradbury)

      Davis
    Guggenheim

      Tom McCarthy

      Michael Mann

      Frank Darabont

     

    Catcher in the Rye (by J.D. Salinger)

       Terence
    Malick

       David
    Gordon Greene

      
    Christopher Nolan

       Sofia
    Coppola

     The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay (by
    Michael Chabon)

       Stephen
    Daldry
       Shari Springer Berman/Robert Pulcini 

       Martin
    Scorsese

       Marc
    Forster

    Angel Dust Apocalypse (by Jeremy Robert Johnson)

        David Fincher

    The Abstinence Teacher (by Tom Perrotta)
       Lisa Colodenko
       Tom McCarthy
       Alexander Payne
      Miguel Artera
       Todd Field
       
    The Idiot
     (by
    Fyodor Dostoyevsky)

        
    Mel Gibson
         Bernardo Bertolucci
         Edward Zwick

    The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress (by Robert A. Heinlein)

        
    James Cameron
         Alfonso Cuaron

    The Magnificent Ambersons (by Booth Tarkington)

        
    Tom Hooper
         Tomas Alfredson
         John Madden

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    Trent
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    #441269

    The Maltese Falcon (remade in color)
    Martin Scorsese, Paul Thomas Anderson, George Clooney

    Animal Farm (it could work)
    Steven Spielberg, Stephen Daldry, Terrence Malick

    Anthem (novella by Ayn Rand)
    Terrence Malick, Frank Darabont, Clint Eastwood

    The Catcher in the Rye
    Peter Jackson, Tim Burton, The Coen Brothers

    Bud, Not Buddy (a classic)
    Lee Daniels, Roman Polanski

    And Then There Were None (greatest mystery ever)
    David Fincher, The Coen Brothers, Jason Reitman

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    dannyboy.
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    The Frontrunner. Steven Soderbergh or Bennett Miller perhaps? Maybe even Ang Lee. Paul Newman was about to take this project on at one point, no?

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    Boidiva02
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    I really want to see somebody take Jodi Picoult’s “Nineteen Minuets” and turn it into a moving, powerful film.    I believe with the right screenwriter and director at the helm and proper casting it could become a massive, award-worthy showpiece.  

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    Carbon Based Lifeform
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    Anthem (novella by Ayn Rand)
    Terrence Malick, Frank Darabont, Clint Eastwood

    O sweet Jeebus, NO!!!

    Seriously–do you think ANY of those directors would be interested in Rand’s effed-up libertarian nonsense?

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