Classic Books Turned Into 2022's Oscar-Nominated Movies

By Julia Teti

We’re just weeks away from the biggest night in Hollywood:  The Academy Awards

This past year of films offered several original and timeless stories in equal measure that were brought to the screen, but there was one pattern we couldn’t help but notice

 

Many of the films we loved most are based on books like 'Power of the Dog'

Take a look at our round-up for more books that became this year’s Oscar-nominated films! (Like 'Dune')

'Romeo and Juliet' by William Shakespeare

'Macbeth' by William Shakespeare

'Nightmare Alley' by William Lindsay Gresham

'The Power of the Dog' by Thomas Savage

'The Lost Daughter' by  Elena Ferrante

'Cyrano de Bergerac' by Edmond Rostand

'Men Without Women' by Haruki Murakami

'The House of Gucci' by Sara Gay Forden

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