House of the Dragon to Rings of Power - Web shows and movies based on books

House of the Dragon, the prequel to Game of Thrones, has arrived. Based on "Fire and Blood" by George R. Martin, the series tells the story of House Targaryen.

House of the Dragon

Ana de Armas is set to bring another great version of the book to the screen with the upcoming movie "Blonde," a Marilyn Monroe biopic inspired by Joyce Carol Oates' novel. The film offers a very romantic version of the Hollywood star and sex symbol.


Thousands of years before the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Rings of Power draws heavily on the J.R.R. Tolkien tradition of telling the story of the Age of Monday. Some of the books include The Silmarillion and its Appendices.

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

Harry Styles is set to show the story of a bisexual cop who falls in love on the big screen in a movie adaptation of "My Policeeman."

My Policeman

Those craving a time-traveling murder mystery, the Shining Girls movie inspired by Lauren Beaux's book is your perfect choice. The series follows Kirby as he hunts down a killer who killed "Brilliant Girls" in different eras.

Shining Girls

Inspired by a short story by Cecilia Ahern, "Roar" is a feminist dark manga. Featuring a cast that includes Nicole Kidman, the show will highlight women's issues such as gas breathing, sexual identity, and roles.


Martin Scorsese meets Leonardo DiCaprio to bring David Gran's story of the FBI thriller "The Moon Killers" to the big screen. The film focuses on the murders of Native Americans in the Osage Nation in the 1920s after the discovery of oil in their ancestral land.

Killers of the Flower Moon

"Pachinko", the bestselling book by Min Jin Lee, has been adapted into a miniseries of the same name. The story tells the story of a Korean family across three generations, narrating their journey from Korea to Japan and surviving World War II.


After two successful seasons, Bridgerton will return with a new brother in search of true love. A sequel to the Regency-era romance series is rumored to be based on the novel "The Gentleman's Show" by Julia Quinn. However, that's not all about Benedict Bridgerton.



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