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The Chemical Garden Trilogy
Lauren deStefano chooses not to renew WITHER movie rights
You wonder if the author is going to be optioned. And sometimes they are and you wonder why they did it. Cause let us face it world — a lot of YA Adaptations lately have sucked ass. So one has to wonder why authors keep re-upping their options. The author announced that she decided to not re-up the option on Wither — and that it will no longer be a film.
Although the Michalka sisters have renewed their option and applied to renew again, Wither was no longer a story deStefano wanted to see on the big screen, and so she denied their most recent option to renew their rights. While a film adaptation is a dream for many, I find myself dreading the attention it would bring me. I find myself frightened of turning on a television and seeing a commercial where actors are dressed up like my characters, forever changing the images in my mind. When I wrote it in , I was twenty-four years old and a temp receptionist struggling to make ends meet. I did not anticipate then how big this story would become.
This topic is about Wither. Feb 18, PM. Reading the Chemical Garden Trilogy, I was constantly amazed by how vividly everything played out in my mind. From the scenery to the characters If Wither, Fever, and Sever were to be made into a movie, who do you see as the cast? Feb 19, AM.
Caraline said: Reading the Chemical Garden Trilogy, I was constantly If Wither, Fever, and Sever were to be made into a movie, who do you see as the cast?.
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