Natalie Zutter, at the always useful Tor blog, has been looking at forthcoming adaptations of SF and fantasy books for film and TV. Some of these are very intriguing; I’m particularly interested in the coming to screen of Kendare Blake’s Anna Dressed in Blood, one of the darker YA paranormal romances I have read, where the human protagonist and narrator (unusually) is male and the monstrous lover a ghost. Other promising ventures are TV’film versions of Alan Moore’s ground-breaking graphic novel Watchmen; Richard K. Morgan’s SF Altered Carbon; Roger Zelazny’s ingenious fantasy series The Chronicles of Amber; China Mieville’s Kafkaesque The City and the City. YA novels that may be adapted include V. E. Schwab’s tale of fantastic parallel Londons, A Darker Shade of Magic; Alexandra Bracken’s tough dystopia of teen mutants, The Darkest Minds. Then there’s a TV adaptation of Deborah Harkness’s witch-and-vampire All Souls Trilogy.
It’s a huge list, but worth browsing; TV and film adaptations are (possibly) forthcoming of comics and novels in a wide range of fantastic literature genres, from children’s, YA, and adult narratives.