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Quicksilver Film - Exciting News!

Follow the link below to the piece in Variety about the film!

http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118057274.html?cmpid=RSS%7CNews%7CLatestNews

| Posted on: August 1, 2012 | Filed under: News

 

Comments

"Alice" Says:

I would love to see quicksilver as a film i would watch it like 100 times.
alice

"Darcie" Says:

A film would be a great idea as i loved the books so much you realy inspired me with your writing and have such a wild amagination!

"Hikma" Says:

OMG-I am literally searching on ebay for a time machine, I need to go to the future and see this film NOW!

"Sam Osman" Says:

"Sam Osman" Says:

Hi Alice,
I’m really excited about it too so keep your fingers crossed that they do a good job!
Sam

"Sam Osman" Says:

Hi Hikma,
When I have a bit more information about what is happening with the film I will do a piece about it for you blog.
Sam

"Sam Osman" Says:

Hi Darcie,
It will be really strange seeing the world I created up on a big screen!
Sam

"Charlotte" Says:

Hello,
Your book (Quick Silver) was amazing and i also think it would be an amazing film as soon as i picked it up i couldn’t put it down when you visited my school and you showed us the trailer i wanted to read it.
Thank you for signing my book and i can’t wait to read the next one.
It normally takes me at least a month to read a 200 page book sometimes even two i read quick silver in a week it was that good! And is now one of my favourite books!
Charlotte

"Hikma" Says:

"Sam Osman" Says:

Hi Hikma,
I just can’t wait!

"ben" Says:

hi sam
the movie sounds great but because of the mention of ” middle school” is an amercian sort of thing do you think that they will make the actors for wolfie and zi’ib ( the accent he accuires later on) amercian and it may ruin the whole great british book into a movie because i think if they keep to the book it could be better than the harry *otter movies. i can safely say i enjoyed your books better than rowlings

i hope im not coming off as rude if i am im deeply sorry

"Sam Osman" Says:

Hi Ben, I know what you mean about making the film too American and I’ve got my fingers crossed that they keep the setting English and have an English actor for Wolfie, a Sudanese one for Zi’ib and an American one for Tala. I don’t think your message was rude at all and I’m so pleased you like my books. I hope that when the film does come out you will enjoy that too!
Sam

"Lewis" Says:

Sam that great news the book are amazing the film will be too

"Sam Osman" Says:

Thanks Charlotte, that’s great to hear.

"Sam Osman" Says:

I know it’s really exciting but these things can often take a frustratingly long time!

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