During MTV’s First: Taylor Lautner interview, the actor talked about the status of Incarceron, which he says is still in the scriptwriting stage. Check out what he had to say concerning the adaptation in the video below!
Who else you you like to see in the film version of Incarceron?
We are giving away a copy of Incarceron this weekend! This books is amazing… filled with an array of exhilarating characters, lots of action and a world you could never have imagined! Anyone can enter the contest, and it will run through Sunday evening, January 9, 2011. We will select a winner at random. To enter, just answer the following question below, in the Comment box…
Would you rather be a prince stuck in prison, or a peasant in the real world?
Ally Condie, author of the YA book, “Matched,” has a new interview with Catherine Fisher over on her blog, which you can read here!
1. What are the top five things you’d like readers to know about you/your writing?
The five top things I’d like people to know about my writing? Tricky.
1. I often write with opera playing loudly.
2. I like to write poetry even more than prose.
3. I often read passages aloud ( to myself) to see if they work.
4. I never show anything to anyone until I’m sure it’s finished.
5. i never know much about the end of the story till I get there.
Twilight’s Taylor Lautner has joined the cast for the adaptation of Incarceron. Lautner will play Finn in the upcoming film. You can read more about the deal over at Deadline!
What are your thoughts on this casting news?
Twilight Saga‘s Taylor Lautner has become attached to star in Incarceron, the Fox 2000 adaptation of the Catherine Fisher young adult novel. The film is being written by Adam Cooper & Bill Collage, who are among the writers behind the Brett Ratner-directed Universal comedy Tower Heist, and who are writing Moby Dick for Timur Bekmambetov and Moses for Fox and Peter Chernin.
“INCARCERON is no simple fantasy. The unexpected twists and turns of a rich mystery and awe-worthy world-building are layered with a dystopian theme of a paradise gone awry, leaving the reader to ponder which imprisonment is worse. Whether evil is a product of man, a product of the world, or simply a product of Incarceron itself. Because the deeper Finn and Claudia are pulled into the web of secrets surrounding them, the more they realize Incarceron has a life — and a mind — of its own . . .
Fantasy lover or not, INCARCERON will draw you in and keep you reading. The ending satisfied but left enough open questions that I quickly searched for a sequel. Thankfully, it appears SAPPHIQUE is set to drop this December.”
A new review from TeenReads.com has spectacular things to say about Incarceron!
“The idea of putting the world’s criminals, terrorists and murderers into a self-sustaining prison is both alluring and intriguing. Not only would it potentially rid the world of immediate danger, it would also place the prisoners in a supernatural environment that appears free from the restrictions of a cell. Author Catherine Fisher takes this theory and runs with it. She has the difficult task of creating two completely opposite worlds and melding them into one storyline — and ultimately succeeds on every level. Fantasy-lovers will be drawn into the worlds of INCARCERON and will not be disappointed in Fisher’s clever and expertly crafted plot. Add this one to your reading list immediately.”