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Furthermore, Jordan’s adaptation is yet to get off the ground and the property might need a real studio on board.Could this be the thinking teen’s franchise of choice?The Cons: For one, the logline is hilariously vague, and backers Alcon Entertainment had better find a solid way to sell this to people if they want anyone to turn up. I Love You” being the most recent) isn’t exactly something to give us a ton of confidence, either.The Pros: One of the most talked-about young adult novels of the last few years, the book, by Lauren Oliver, has an irresistible high concept that could win over young girls, combined with a dystopian setting that could capitalize on “Hunger Games” mania, and enough suspense to win over those afraid of a soppy romance.Plus, it’s the first of a trilogy, with “Pandemonium” following last month, and “Requiem” in February 2013.
The Pros: Like “Hunger Games” helmer Gary Ross, Richard La Gravanese comes as a man with significant acclaim behind him: he’s the Oscar-nominated writer of “The Fisher King” and has “The Ref,” “The Horse Whisperer” and “The Bridges Of Madison County,” among others, to his name.