From Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke comes the romantic fantasy thriller Red Riding Hood. Torn between two men, the beautiful young Valerie is about to choose her heart’s desire when her sister is murdered by a werewolf. Panicked, the people call on famed werewolf hunter Father Solomon, who warns that the werewolf could be among them. As the death toll rises with eacFrom Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke comes the romantic fantasy thriller Red Riding Hood. Torn between two men, the beautiful young Valerie is about to choose her heart’s desire when her sister is murdered by a werewolf. Panicked, the people call on famed werewolf hunter Father Solomon, who warns that the werewolf could be among them. As the death toll rises with each moon, Valerie begins to fear that the werewolf could be someone she loves. But her fear is tinged with curiosity when she discovers her unique connection to the beast—one that inexorably draws them together, making her both suspect . . . and bait.Red Riding Hood stars Amanda Seyfried (Letters to Juliet, Mamma Mia!), Gary Oldman (The Dark Knight, the Harry Potter films), Billy Burke (the Twilight films), Shiloh Fernandez (Skateland, TV’s Jericho), Max Irons (Dorian Gray), Oscar®-nominee Virginia Madsen (Sideways), and two-time Oscar®-winner Julie Christie (Away from Her, Darling).Includes- Introduction, notes, and sketches by director Catherine Hardwicke- Screenplay written by David Leslie Johnson- 96 pages of color concept art, storyboards, and costume evolution and illustrations- Behind-the-scenes photographs...
|Title||:||Red Riding Hood: from Script to Screen|
|Number of Pages||:||192 Pages|
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Red Riding Hood: from Script to Screen Reviews
I really enjoyed reading this book because it was full of suspense and romance. Valerie, the main characters, was confused about her lifelong friendship with Peter because as they got older she was unaware of how in love with him she had become. When her parents wanted her to marry Harry, she realized that she didn't want to be with Peter as just a friend. She was torn because Harry could offer her a better life than Peter could but Valerie also felt disloyal to her sister, who had recently passed away and was in love with Harry. She lived in a village in the woods known as Daggor-horn and was very poor. The village was haunted by a wolf who came out in the full moons. In the time of the blood moon if you got bit by the wolf you would be cursed to become one. Nobody knew who the wolf was but the holy man was called in to help the village and he told them how the wolf wasn't out in the wild, it was one of the villagers. Valerie and the others were scared and untrusting of almost everyone because they didn't know who the real wolf was. Could it be Peter? Harry? Her grandmother? The villagers thought it was her and she was accused and punished by them. Meanwhile, Peter and Harry were both trying to fight for her freedom and attention.Too many things went on in this book to write about. That is what kept it so interesting. While reading it, I was constantly kept guessing and had strong ideas of who the wolf was. I was secretly hoping it wasn't Peter because I loved what he & Valerie had together and didn't want him being a wolf to interfere.I would strongly recommend this book for people who like suspense, romance and adventure all wrapped into one short and easy to follow story.