In this article, we are going to read about authors who hated the screen adaptation of the book.
Probably unexpected and perhaps understandable for some cinephiles when Stephen King said he hated the adaptation of The Shining done by Stanley Kubrick.
Anne Rice thought the casting of the movie for ‘Interview with the Vampire’ was ‘bizarre’ and it was almost impossible for her to imagine that it was even going to work.
Riordan has never been closed about his dissatisfaction with his series’ adaptations and honestly, so have the fans.
On the very first page of the sequel of this book, the author wrote, and perhaps the better word would be to advise the readers – to never let anyone make a movie.
Roald Dahl thought that the screen adaptation of Willy Wonka was ‘pretentious, ‘crummy’, bouncy’ and for the director, he said that he had ‘no talents or flair’.
The author said that he does not understand why Hollywood is so fascinated by his works when they do not care about adapting as he wrote them.
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