Hardcover to Hollywood: See These Books Made Into Movies 2017

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Do you like to read the book before the movie? Are you in a book club?

O’neil Cinemas will be bringing many movies that are based on books to the big screen and is inviting book clubs and groups to the Epping, NH theater to organize special screenings.

Groups of 25 or more can receive discounts, and if you can’t get the whole group together to view the movie, VIP tickets are available for purchase and can be resold, saving customers $2.50 a ticket.

Books Made Into Movies 2017

Here are some of books-to-movies at O’neil Cinemas that are now playing or will be playing* soon:

*Movies are subject to week-to-week availability

The Dark Tower – By Stephen King (August 4)
Based on the King series, this film follows The Gunslinger, who roams an Old West-like landscape in pursuit of the man in black while also searching for the fabled Dark Tower.

The Glass Castle – By Jeannette Walls (August 11)
Starring Brie Larson, this coming-of-age tale follows a young girl (Larson) and her dysfunctional family of nonconformist nomads. Her mother (Naomi Watts) is an eccentric artist and her father (Woody Harrelson) is an alcoholic who stirs the children’s imagination in order to distract them from their poverty.

IT – By Stephen King (September 8)
Seven friends who call themselves “The Losers’ Club” face a shape-shifter who takes the form of an evil clown.

The Mountain Between Us – By Charles Martin (October 6)
Kate Winslet and Idris Elba (his second book-to-movie!) star in this action-adventure drama about two strangers who are forced to form a connection in order to survive after a plane crash.

The Snowman – By Jo Nesbo (October 20)
This thriller stars Michael Fassbender as a detective investigating the disappearance of a woman whose pink scarf is found wrapped around a snowman. Also stars Rebecca Ferguson.

Thank You For Your Service – By David Finkel (October 27)
This film follows a group of U.S. soldiers who struggle to integrate back into their old life after returning from Iraq. Stars Miles Teller and Haley Bennett.

Murder on the Orient Express – By Agatha Christie (November 10)
Thirteen strangers are stranded on a train where a murder has taken place. Stars Kenneth Branagh, Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Josh Gad, Daisy Ridley, Penelope Cruz, and more.

Wonder – By R.J. Palacio (November 17)
Based on the best-selling novel, Wonder follows the story of a boy with facial differences who enters a mainttream elementary school for the first time. Stars Jacob Tremblay, Julia Roberts, and Owen Wilson.

Molly’s Game – By Molly Bloom (November 22)
Idris Elba is in yet another book-to-movie adaptation. This one follows a young skier and Olympic hopeful (Jessica Chastain) who becomes a successful entrepreneur when she opens an international poker game.

November Criminals – By Sam Munson (December 12)
Ansel Elgort (Baby Driver) and Chloe Grace Moretz star in this drama about a teenager to takes on an investigation of a murder in Washington, D.C.

Customize your book club outing today. Call (603) 679-3529 to get more information about group discounts, hosting book club events, and purchasing VIP tickets for reselling.

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