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The Salem Witches' Institute

Welcome to the Salem Witches' Institute, the premiere American school of magic located within the World of Harry Potter. An original role play for creative minds.

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    The 15 Best Upcoming Movies Based On Books

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    Annie Krum
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    The 15 Best Upcoming Movies Based On Books

    Post  Annie Krum on Sat Jul 09, 2011 2:52 pm

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    Kerry Malibey
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    Re: The 15 Best Upcoming Movies Based On Books

    Post  Kerry Malibey on Sat Jul 09, 2011 3:32 pm

    Couple things:

    The Thing movie is really a prequel to the John Carpenter movie, The Thing, which was a more faithful version of the story than the original The Thing from the 1950's. And the story for The Thing is actually the novella, Who Goes There, and not a novel. So, really, this new movie is really based on an old movie, and not the story.

    I loved they used the European poster for Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. And the poster for Breaking Wind--I mean, Dawn--that's been proven to be a fake.

    My daughter is a big Tintin fan, and her uncle sent her all the comics. And Steven Moffat is a god. Don't Blink!

    I fear John Carter is going to be a big disappointment, as when you leave off the "of Mars" part, you have to wonder what they're going to give you.


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