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    HBO makes great TV from books

    How do you compress a complicated novel into a two-hour, cinema-friendly format? The answer, most often, is: you can't. A better solution for many authors is to have their books turned into HBO series. The end result is often an in-depth adaptation – with story and characters intact – that would have been impossible get at the multiplex. Here are some of the best-known books that have been turned into successful HBO series – with many more to come.

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  • Evan Rachel Wood sued for $30 million. Why? (+video)

    Evan Rachel Wood was sued by producers of '10 Things I Hate about Life' for breach of contract. But a rep for Evan Rachel Wood has a different version of events.

  • HBO makes great TV from books

    HBO makes great TV from books

    How do you compress a complicated novel into a two-hour, cinema-friendly format? The answer, most often, is: you can't. A better solution for many authors is to have their books turned into HBO series. The end result is often an in-depth adaptation – with story and characters intact – that would have been impossible get at the multiplex. Here are some of the best-known books that have been turned into successful HBO series – with many more to come.

  • George Clooney in 'The Ides of March': movie review

    George Clooney in 'The Ides of March': movie review

    George Clooney's political thriller ‘The Ides of march’ is a shrewd, somewhat cynical look at modern-day politics.

  • Erik Larson revisits the dark side: interview

    Chapter & Verse Erik Larson revisits the dark side: interview

    Erik Larson talks about Nazis, American naiveté, anti-Semitism, and how he got the idea for "In the Garden of the Beasts," his recent book about life in Hitler's Germany.

  • Review: 'Whatever Works'

    Review: 'Whatever Works'

    Woody Allen returns to familiar territory with a misanthropic New York physicist played by Larry David.

  • Review: 'The Wrestler'

    Review: 'The Wrestler'

    It's a match we've seen before. But Mickey Rourke delivers a powerful performance.