Posted on August 14, 2023 at 2:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Two of this summer's hottest books owe some of their fandom to alternative forms of media.
The screen link, in this case, is that its love story features two video game designers; it is, in the author's words, both a coming-of-age story for the characters and the video game industry.
That said, non-gamer fans are quick to note that you don't have to like video games in order to love Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow. (Probably obvious, based on its sales success.)
The New York Times spoke with actors, directors, fans, and more about why they're so excited about the TV adaptation of Red, White & Royal Blue.
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