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Title: Books into Movies
Post by: WellBattle6 on August 30, 2011, 09:03:28 AM
So I know most of here are exited for Uglies to be turned into a movie and for the day Scott anounces that Leviathan is in production. The trailer for Hunger Games on March 23, 2012 and for me...it looks meh. Not a lot showed yet as it's obviously the teaser. Post your thoughts and worries here of all books into movies being in production.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Lightning4 on August 30, 2011, 09:16:40 AM
I would love to see Leviathan as a movie, but would not like important parts to be taken out or have parts added on, which I have seen happen.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Moonie on August 30, 2011, 09:26:25 AM
Haven't really been excited for The Hunger Games movie after they casted Katniss as white. ugh.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Lightning4 on August 30, 2011, 09:29:52 AM
I liked the Hunger Games books but I'm not planning on seeing the movie
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Sing_in_the_Rain on August 30, 2011, 10:10:32 AM
im going to see the movie. my friend and i are going to the midnight showing to laugh at it
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Lightning4 on August 30, 2011, 10:13:02 AM
I wanted to go to the Harry Potter midnight showing but I couldn't :'(
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Scribe on August 30, 2011, 10:13:54 AM
I honestly don't know who I would cast as Alek and Deryn. I would hope they'd cast a Scottish girl and an Austrian (or at least German) guy for Deryn and Alek.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Lightning4 on August 30, 2011, 10:16:35 AM
I agree
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Sing_in_the_Rain on August 30, 2011, 10:16:56 AM
they'd probably get a dialect coach for that
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: bizarronivla12 on August 30, 2011, 11:48:11 AM
I love it all, can't wait to see the movies. My only concern is time constraint of the films.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Klarsynet on August 30, 2011, 11:52:16 AM
If I had my first choice, Leviathan would be an animated movie. But, that would take a lot of time and a lot of money.

Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Scribe on August 30, 2011, 12:04:40 PM
Animation would be PERFECT. Can you imagine if they let Studio Ghibli do it?
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Klarsynet on August 30, 2011, 12:15:18 PM
They're experienced with flying scenes, steampunk, beasties, and I just love their movies. But the problem is that the style sometimes isn't very Leviathan-esque and since they're with Disney (Feel free to correct me.), we might have some Disney Channel "star" playing the characters. (Or siblings of "stars", like in Ponyo.) And even though Howl's Moving Castle was a really nice movie with splendid animation, it didn't really stick to the original story. :|
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Scribe on August 30, 2011, 12:39:21 PM
That's true. Ghibli isn't Disney, though. It's Hayao Miyazaki's creation. A lot of his work does get picked up by Disney, but I don't think there's an agreement.

The story of "Howl's Moving Castle" was a lot different from Diana Wynn Jones's, particularly Howl's characterization and just about everything in the second half, so I agree with you there. But I would totally love to see something done with the same attention to ambiance, color, and movement that Studio Ghibli's work has. I could do with a different (sharper) animation style for the people, though. I'm not sure the faces are quite right for the feel of Leviathan, now that I'm thinking about it.

Hmmm.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Klarsynet on August 30, 2011, 12:48:04 PM
That's what I get for not doing my research. :P

Anyway, I agree, the atmosphere of Ghibli is right, I'm pretty sure Scott even said it himself that he would love them to do it. But, the drawing style for the characters aren't. :| But, that's Ghibli's signature style, if we change that, we change Ghibli. Hmmm.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Scribe on August 30, 2011, 01:10:42 PM
A conundrum indeed. But the style wouldn't be BAD for it, just not quite as sharp (lol) as I would like. ;) If we're dreaming, I would say a mashup of Ghibli and Pixar.

OR A SQUARESOFT VIDEO GAME. (oooooooohhh.)
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Moonie on August 30, 2011, 02:55:35 PM
They're experienced with flying scenes, steampunk, beasties, and I just love their movies. But the problem is that the style sometimes isn't very Leviathan-esque and since they're with Disney (Feel free to correct me.), we might have some Disney Channel "star" playing our characters. (Or siblings of "stars", like in Ponyo.) And even though Howl's Moving Castle was a really nice movie with splendid animation, it didn't really stick to the original story. :|

This is why we watch things subbed! haha

Anyway, Miyazaki is literally the number one person who is influential in my life (sorry, family and friends) and i think that should tell you I love and respect him more than words can say. BUT; while i think he would get the feel of Leviathan right, he would change A LOT. Like... majorly shift around the plot and characters.
Especially the characters.

However it would probably become my favorite movie of all time, pushing Kiki's Delivery Service out of it's place of honor, so there's that. ahha
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: GodotIsWaiting4U on August 30, 2011, 02:57:56 PM
If I had my first choice, Leviathan would be an animated movie. But, that would take a lot of time and a lot of money.

I imagine it would be cheaper than trying to do it live-action, though. I don't think a live-action version would be able to get the funding needed to do the setting and scenes justice, but an animated version (I'm picturing a Ghibli-style anime thing, but a CGI film COULD work) might have an easier time of it.

The problem THERE is that animated media tend not to get the respect they deserve. Fantasy and sci-fi don't get their due either, so even if Leviathan gets a great adaptation it probably not going to be a commercial success. Alek and Deryn may end up being confined to pages forever.  :'(
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Klarsynet on August 30, 2011, 03:02:45 PM
If I had my first choice, Leviathan would be an animated movie. But, that would take a lot of time and a lot of money.

I imagine it would be cheaper than trying to do it live-action, though. I don't think a live-action version would be able to get the funding needed to do the setting and scenes justice, but an animated version (I'm picturing a Ghibli-style anime thing, but a CGI film COULD work) might have an easier time of it.

The problem THERE is that animated media tend not to get the respect they deserve. Fantasy and sci-fi don't get their due either, so even if Leviathan gets a great adaptation it probably not going to be a commercial success. Alek and Deryn may end up being confined to pages forever.  :'(

Well, it depends on the effects needed for the full effect. Which would cost a boatload. But animation takes time, money, and effort as well.

But, maybe it's for the better that they're forever confined?
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: GodotIsWaiting4U on August 30, 2011, 03:34:50 PM
Quote
Well, it depends on the effects needed for the full effect. Which would cost a boatload. But animation takes time, money, and effort as well.

Find me a scene that has no walkers or beasties and I will eat my hat. This is a setting in which the fantasy tech is VERY highly visible. It is EVERYWHERE. I don't know about you, but I would want grade-A effects for a Leviathan live-action movie. I'm talking Pirates of the Caribbean level. A Leviathan film project would probably wind up only getting enough funding for Doctor Who-level effects. While that works great for Doctor Who, it does NOT work for Leviathan. As expensive as an animated version would be, it's almost certain to be cheaper.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Miss Lucy on August 30, 2011, 08:55:42 PM
If it's going to be live action, I really worry about excessive CGI. No matter how good the animators are, it just always looks a little bit wrong to me when they stick something beside a live action actor. Muppets and animatronics would be wicked. I re-watched Labyrinth recently and the scene with the worm or even the fire-breathing... things... don't look that dated to me. True, that would still chomp up productions costs like a hungry hungry something or other.

For the 2D, I suggest Studio 4C. They're all about weird styles that don't fit anywhere. Their movie Mindgame was mostly rotoscopy. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gf4M2mIs2Ws
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: stephenmac7 on August 30, 2011, 09:16:05 PM
Haven't really been excited for The Hunger Games movie after they casted Katniss as white. ugh.

If the author described her as not-white then I didn't get it. I always thought of her white.

Also I really hope they don't do a movie SO different that it has no right to bear the name of the book.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Fuhreesha on August 31, 2011, 12:14:45 AM
Haven't really been excited for The Hunger Games movie after they casted Katniss as white. ugh.

If the author described her as not-white then I didn't get it. I always thought of her white.

Also I really hope they don't do a movie SO different that it has no right to bear the name of the book.

Well, we know that she's half-white, at least. And they do that with almost all movies...D:
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Seven on August 31, 2011, 01:48:24 AM
Haven't really been excited for The Hunger Games movie after they casted Katniss as white. ugh.

If the author described her as not-white then I didn't get it. I always thought of her white.

Also I really hope they don't do a movie SO different that it has no right to bear the name of the book.

Well, we know that she's half-white, at least. And they do that with almost all movies...D:

I didn't know that. I only read the first one and after my brother spoiled the second two for me, I gave up on them. But I didn't know Katniss was biracial. Now I'm ticked off.

I wouldn’t mind if it was like Classic Disney, but yeah no Disney channel stars. That would just make the movie seem younger than I think the book actually is. And then adults would automatically categorize it as a kid’s movie. And yes, Pirates of the Caribbean effects would be awesome for Leviathan (minus the pirate theme, of course). Disney! :D
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: kay101 on August 31, 2011, 02:18:29 AM
Haven't really been excited for The Hunger Games movie after they casted Katniss as white. ugh.

If the author described her as not-white then I didn't get it. I always thought of her white.

Also I really hope they don't do a movie SO different that it has no right to bear the name of the book.

Well, we know that she's half-white, at least. And they do that with almost all movies...D:
Well, she has olive skin, because that is what a lot of the people in D 12 look like. I think the actress who plays Katniss looks a lot like her, plus J Lawrence is pretty tan, so I don't get what the problem is there.

Anyways, Levi movie, I would be a fan of live-action, and I may be in the minority, but I think a Tim Burton-esque film that really played up the machines and beasties would be seriously awesome.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Fuhreesha on August 31, 2011, 04:00:57 AM
I agree that Lawrence looks the part of Katniss. And in the first book, they don't exactly mention that she's bi-racial, but one can assume, as her father is "Seam-colored" (darkish skinned and has grey eyes) while her mother is white and is blonde...so who knows?

And I wouldn't mind if Leviathan was a classic Disney movie either.  ;D (And definitely no Disney stars...:P)
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: stephenmac7 on August 31, 2011, 04:14:27 AM
It said she had the 'seam' look so... I always thought of her with white, yet almost-tanned looking skin. Then I thought of Rue with super-tanned skin but with absolutely no trace of black. Then Cinna... don't get me started on him... if you look at the casting... *Goes to the bathroom to vomit and comes back* What was I saying?
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Fuhreesha on August 31, 2011, 04:17:20 AM
In the books they said Rue was dark-skinned...but that's just your imagination, I assume. And Cinna was white... T_T
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: kay101 on August 31, 2011, 04:32:09 AM
In the books they said Rue was dark-skinned...but that's just your imagination, I assume. And Cinna was white... T_T
I don't think Cinna's race was ever defined, but I definitely didn't picture him as black. Gary Ross only chose Lenny Kravitz after seeing him in Precious. I don't really care, but I still think he is an odd choice.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Fuhreesha on August 31, 2011, 04:48:21 AM
Ah, I see. But I'm sure in THG they mentioned he was light-skinned or something...I'm not sure. And I'm too lazy to go get my copy of it to check. XD
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: flashstick on August 31, 2011, 06:17:40 AM
NO.

I am not excited for Uglies.
Well, I am, but in a terrified "oh shit I hope John Davis doesn't F this up like every other movie he's touched" way.


The only adaptations I am 100% comfortable with are The Princess Bride and Howl's Moving Castle.
These movies took the premise of the book, changed the plot enough so it's not comparable to the details, and ran with it.
They are too different for comparison, but the central idea is the same.

Now if you want to get picky and say Beowulf did the same thing, my answer is again NO.
Beowulf changed the story too much, and in such a drastically negative way that it's not acceptable. Ever.
Also, the animation was horrible and there is no excuse.

Eragon and so on changed the details enough to mess up the story, and didn't care. (That was a John Davis film.)

I appreciate movies that are mostly accurate, such as Harry Potter, but the books are generally better in most cases.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Scribe on August 31, 2011, 06:54:02 AM
No, Cinna's race was never defined, and Lenny Kravitz is both a great actor and a fashion icon, so he makes total sense to me. Not the image I had conjured in my head, but that's fine.

I always thought of Rue and Thresh as black - I figured most of district 11 was, since we've already established that district 12 has a typical phenotype.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Fuhreesha on August 31, 2011, 08:11:21 AM
Davis did Eragon...? But that movie was...HORRIBLE. Oh, my GOODNESS, you have a point.

Eh, just as long as they get the details in the movie correct. -shrugs-

Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: One Person on August 31, 2011, 08:28:57 AM
I never read the hunger games. But I just hope the Hunger Game movie won't end up like Battlefield Earth (the book was a best-seller and the movie is panned by critics).

Movies based on books sometimes do not follow the plot, and directors are always careless making movies. Like Erogon.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: tridecagirl on August 31, 2011, 08:34:47 AM
Rue and Thresh are either black or hispanic. *nods* Judging by their location in the south, it makes sense.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Klarsynet on August 31, 2011, 08:43:20 AM
I've always thought they were African American, but Hispanic has never crossed my mind. It does make a lot of sense.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Fuhreesha on August 31, 2011, 09:57:01 AM
Ah, it DOES make sense. Thanks for enhancing my life.  ;D

And does anyone know if Beetee and Wiress are of Asian descent? I've always wondered...because Collins never mentioned their race, but she mentioned that they have black hair.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: One Person on August 31, 2011, 11:20:12 AM
A trailer looks badass but terrible when you watch the movie. Hope it doesn't happen to Hunger Games.

I can't wait!!!
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Moonie on August 31, 2011, 11:40:59 AM
re: Katniss, she's described as olive skinned, which implies being biracial. They could of auditioned all sorts of ladies of color for her, but they didn't even attempt it. Generally, casting has a "women of about blabla of whatever race" and get lots of people of said race in there (so they could of had pretty much anyone mixed who fit that skin tone, which is a lot) but they didn't.
The fact we could of had a giant, famous, entertainment industry backed film with a women of color main character and didn't is immensely disappointing.

Also, after the actress was cast, the author was asked, 'hey, isn't katniss biracial?' and she immediately backtracked and said, 'Nope, I never said that. white whitey white white.'
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Fuhreesha on August 31, 2011, 11:50:50 AM
COLLINS, YOU LIEEEEE
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: flashstick on August 31, 2011, 12:03:31 PM
Davis did Eragon...? But that movie was...HORRIBLE. Oh, my GOODNESS, you have a point.

Eh, just as long as they get the details in the movie correct. -shrugs-

Eragon left out crucial details that disabled them from making the sequels.
Needless to say, I'm terrified.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Fuhreesha on August 31, 2011, 12:19:46 PM
D:
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: LiterateChick on August 31, 2011, 12:39:44 PM
Davis did Eragon...? But that movie was...HORRIBLE. Oh, my GOODNESS, you have a point.

Eh, just as long as they get the details in the movie correct. -shrugs-

Eragon left out crucial details that disabled them from making the sequels.
Needless to say, I'm terrified.
Like they did with Inkheart! I did not appreciate that. I certainly hope Davis doesn't do anything like that again.  >:( I also hope he doesn't do what he did to Angela. That was the worst thing he did, in my opinion. She was my favourite character, and they were all 'Hey, lets screw up this perfectly good character by changing her completely and giving her the same name!' DX<

... *ahem* That's my rant. ^-^
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Flight girl on August 31, 2011, 02:16:57 PM
OMG I HAAATTTEEEEE IT WHEN THEY SCREW IT UP they MAJORLY SCREWED UP THE PERCY JACKSON MOVIE DONT WATCH IT IF YOUVE READ THE BOOKS IT IS AN INSULT TO THEM it doesnt follow ANY of the books plot they lefy out WHOLE FREAKING CHARACTERS COMPLETELY CHANGED A LOT THAT DID APPEAR THET SCREWED IT UP SO BADLY I WANTED TO BARF THEY WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO MAKE A SECOND THEY LEFT UP ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT CHARACTERS SCREWED UP ALL THE SETTINGS SCREWED AROUND WITH ALL THE DETAILS AND BASICALLY MADE ME FELT LIKE THEY WERE INSULTING THE BOOK BY CALLING THAT STUPID THING PERCY JACKSON *stops screaming head off and ranting* sorry.........i extremely hate that movie if they somehow make a seque you could threaten my life to watch it and I would refuse to
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: flashstick on August 31, 2011, 02:24:00 PM
Yeah, I probably shouldn't mention Shyamalan and "The Last Airbender" to this crowd.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Klarsynet on August 31, 2011, 02:26:21 PM
Or you could and you could hear a slew of angry words. xD
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: flashstick on August 31, 2011, 02:27:08 PM
Whoops.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Klarsynet on August 31, 2011, 02:28:22 PM
It's been done. *dramatic music* xD
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: flashstick on August 31, 2011, 02:32:59 PM
Hahaha!
I think Shyamalama, though he wasted money, provided good entertainment.

FOR INSTANCE:
Now we can insult him to no end.
Now we can lawl at Yue's hair to no end.
Now we can crack jokes about how he's deaf to no end.
AND WE CAN DO THE EARTH-BENDING MACARENA! (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9-PG2mADZw)

The purple bit is a link. Click it.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Flight girl on August 31, 2011, 02:36:54 PM
Oh my friend was extremely peeved at the avatar movie cause she and her brother watched the entire series and they both love it and I tried watching it but only saw bits and peices and I could tell a lot of stuff was wrong
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: flashstick on August 31, 2011, 02:39:49 PM
The only reason anyone should ever watch the Shymalama version is to make fun of it.
It you even think of the actual series, you WILL get peeved. Very quickly, and very violently.

I mean, they don't even pronounce the names right!
It's not a book, it's a cartoon.
WE KNOW FOR A FACT HOW TO SAY THEIR NAMES.
REALLY?

xDDD Shymalama's such an idiot.

The credits are cool, though...
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Flight girl on August 31, 2011, 02:49:01 PM
?? Ive never heard of a syhmalma I think your talking about the director but I rarely pay attention to the directors
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: flashstick on August 31, 2011, 02:52:20 PM
M. Night Shyamalan is responsible for the trainwreck that is the live-action movie The Last Airbender.

I refer to him as Shyamalama because he is a(n unintentionally) ridiculous human being, and therefore is a llama. xD

So yeah, he's the director.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Flight girl on August 31, 2011, 02:57:23 PM
Oooohhh okay I wasnt sure
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: LiterateChick on August 31, 2011, 03:02:13 PM
The best bit in that movie:

"He's making fire out of thin air!"

Me and my sister both died laughing. XD
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Flight girl on August 31, 2011, 03:07:43 PM
@literate chick (sorry this is WAY of yopic but teally want to say it) OMG I just watched the video in your siggie and now I WANNA TRY ;D
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Bookie92 on August 31, 2011, 03:17:31 PM
Here's my two cents on the issue:

Live action or animated, it doesn't really matter to me as long as the production is worth the $10.50 I pay at the Cineplex. But there are other factors to consider when making a film and a few points I want make:

1) Don't deride book to film adaptations. Some adaptations are better then the books they were based on. Take for example, the Bourne Series (okay, they're adaptations in name only because the director and the writer, Robert Ludlum, wanted to make Bourne more relevant for the post-9/11 world). On top of that, the current writer of the Bourne series (Ludlum died in 2001) has totally wrecked Jason Bourne, so hopefully the next movies can write out the wrongs currently done by this new author who's name shall not be named here. Another example: Breakfast At Tiffany's. How many of you know that it was originally a novel written by Truman Capote?

2) One has to think about when the film comes out. If you go more Disney kid films or you have George Lucas whimsical, then it's going to premier in spring with the other kids films and has to compete with the giants of Disney-Pixar and Dreamworks. Unless, say Disney picks up the film rights to Leviathan and then it'll most likely be a summer blockbuster like Pirates of the Caribbean.

If Leviathan went summer blockbuster route, then it'll likely that the rights have been picked up by Disney (most likely live action), Dreamworks (most likely animated), Warner Bros., New Line Cinema (KEEP UWE BOLL AWAY FROM LEVIATHAN!!!!!!), Paramount and Universal Pictures. Most likely directed by Jon Favreau, Michael Bay, James Cameron, Steven Spielberg, Peter Jackson and George Lucas.

If released in fall/winter, it'll definitely be live action and Oscar bait. If released in November/December, Leviathan will most likely have been picked up in by Paramount Vantage (who do more "art house" films) or Miramax. the film will more likely be on the lower budget side. It'll most likely be directed by Clint Eastwood, the Coen Brothers, Christopher Nolan, Martin Scorsese, Darren Aronofsky, Guillermo Del Toro, Spike Lee and Quentin Tarantino. And Leviathan has some Oscar bait qualities going for it already: it's a war story, takes inspiration and is based around true events, has a lesbian character (Lilit), has two underdog heroes (Alek and Deryn) and has settings in Europe, Asia and early 20th century America/Mexico (or so I'm told).

3) Director, producer, editor(s), writer(s), actors, composer and distributors are highly important to consider when making a movie. No two directors have the same style. When it comes to something like a Leviathan adaptation, I see it either pandering more to the pre-teen base or make it "dark and edgy". My hope is that Leviathan gets a director like Clint Eastwood or Christopher Nolan who can mix darkness and light perfectly in a film. I think Steven Spielberg could pull it off if someone was there to constantly remind him to make Leviathan more Saving Private Ryan/Thin Red Line/Band of Brothers/The Pacific than the Indy film that shall remain nameless. The producer has to get the proper financing, the editors and writers have to make the film just so from what the director gives them (which is why I love Eastwood, he also writes the script and helps edit). The music's got to set the right tone and the actors have to fit their characters. And the distributors have to get the film out at the right time. Leviathan is one of those franchises that's either a "summer blockbuster" (think the Marvel films) or Oscar bait and could easily flop if not done correctly.

Now I'm not saying that an animated feature wouldn't work for Leviathan, but I think a live action film, properly done, would be stunning. Just my two cents.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Flight girl on August 31, 2011, 03:26:43 PM
Wow.........i didnt realize it was possible to make that long of posts..........and all I can say about what you actaullt wrote is.........wow....amazing................
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Fuhreesha on August 31, 2011, 11:39:10 PM
Hahaha!
I think Shyamalama, though he wasted money, provided good entertainment.

FOR INSTANCE:
Now we can insult him to no end.
Now we can lawl at Yue's hair to no end.
Now we can crack jokes about how he's deaf to no end.
AND WE CAN DO THE EARTH-BENDING MACARENA! (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9-PG2mADZw)

The purple bit is a link. Click it.

I never noticed they were doing the macarena when I first watched the movie! THIS IS AMAZING.
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: LiterateChick on September 01, 2011, 01:35:24 AM
@literate chick (sorry this is WAY of yopic but teally want to say it) OMG I just watched the video in your siggie and now I WANNA TRY ;D
IKR? I wanna know how he does it! ;D
Title: Re: Books into Movies
Post by: Flight girl on September 01, 2011, 02:11:07 AM
@literate chick (sorry this is WAY of yopic but teally want to say it) OMG I just watched the video in your siggie and now I WANNA TRY ;D
IKR? I wanna know how he does it! ;D
SAME I wanna set one off at lunch time this year in school and see if a teacher notices and ill bet my friends they dont cause we have minture food fights at school everyday with three of the tables near us its hilarious and my table never gets caught ;D