电子游戏首存一元送38The next Game of Thrones- Epic books headed to TV and movie screensThe next Game of Thrones? Epic books headed to TV and movie screens Now that theGame of Thrones is finally played out, how will you fill your time?You could watch some of the best fantasy and action TV shows already available, or you could go back to George R.R. Martins novels when he gets round to completing the Song of Ice and Fire series that inspired HBOs smash hit. But then what?Luckily theres no shortage of epic fantasy, sci-fi and thriller books being adapted into movies and TV shows in the coming months and years. From beloved classics to contemporary best-sellers, these are some of the adaptations that will challenge Game of Thrones crown to become your new obsession.DuneThe cult 1984 movie and 2000 miniseries have their fans, but in November 2020 were being treated to a new big-screen version of Frank Herberts classic novel. In the far future of humanity, Duke Leto Atreides and his son Paul battle over life-giving spice with the venal Baron Harkonnen on the desert world of Arrakis. After reimagining Blade Runner 2049, acclaimed director Denis Villeneuve takes on another sci-fi classic with the help of a galaxy of stars: Timoth\u00e9e Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Zendaya, Jason Momoa and Javier Bardem are among those involved.FoundationIsaac Asimovs seminal Foundation series is coming to Apples streaming service, Apple TV Plus. Beginning as a series of short stories in 1942, the Foundation books make up a vast, dense sci-fi saga about scientists trying to stave off an oncoming dark age. The 10-episode series is being developed byJosh Friedman, the man behind the Terminator TV series, andDavid Goyer, co-writer of the Dark Knight movies.Brave New WorldAldous Huxleys scathing 1932 dystopian novel will be adapted into a series on NBCs Peacock streaming service. It stars the young Han Solo, Alden Ehrenreich, as a man out of time in a genetically manipulated society.Demi Moorealso appears. Homecoming creator David Wiener is in charge, joined by legendary comics weirdo Grant Morrison.Who Fears DeathGame of Thrones fans will be interested to know George R.R. Martin is an executive producer on HBOs show based on the 2015 novel by Nnedi Okorafor. The post-apocalyptic afrofuturist story follows young Onyesonwu on a quest to find her father -- a sorceror who raped her mother. Its being adapted by Twilight Zone writer Selwn Seyfu Hinds.Good OmensDavid Tennant and Michael Sheen are perfectly cast as a demon and an angel throwing a wrench in the works of the apocalypse in Good Omens on Amazon. The miniseries is based on the devilishly funny 1990 novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman about the delightful shenanigans that ensue when the antichrist accidentally grows up with the wrong family. While many others on this list are still in development, Good Omens is available on Amazon Prime Video now.Lord of the RingsAmazon paid a quarter of a billion dollars for the rights to a new TV show based on JRR Tolkiens Lord of the Rings stories, because who hasnt looked at Peter Jacksons movie series and thought, yeah its OK but it could be longer. Rumors suggest Amazon Videos series could be set in the distant history of Middle-earth, years before the events of The Hobbit, The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King. Well find out in 2021.ArmadaThe runaway success of Ernest Clines novel Ready Player One guaranteed his next book, Armada, was bought by Universal Pictures before it was even published. The book follows high school student Zack Lightman as he suspects his favorite online game is a sophisticated simulator training him to face a very real alien invasion.GormenghastIt was adapted by the BBC in 2000, but this time Neil Gaiman and Akiva Goldsman are involved in a new adaptation of the baroque novels by Mervyn Peake. Murder and betrayal ensue as the rightful heir Titus Groan to Castle Gormenghast challenges the scheming Steerpike.His Dark MaterialsForget the underwhelming 2007 movie version of The Golden Compass. This planned BBC adaptation is a TV show, which should give the space and depth for a satisfying take on Philip Pullmans novels Northern Lights, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass. Steered by some of the producers behind Doctor Who, the story follows young Lyra in an adventure spanning twisted parallel versions of our reality. Logans Dafne Keen stars as Lyra with James McAvoy and Lin-Manuel Miranda.The Kingkiller ChronicleHamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and cult director Sam Raimi are reportedly overseeing TV and movie adaptations of this recent series by author Patrick Rothfuss. First released in 2007, The Name of the Wind and sequel The Wise Mans Fear recount the memoirs of musician and magician Kvothe. Like Game of Thrones, the final book, called The Doors of Stone, has yet to be published.Consider PhlebasAmazon boss Jeff Bezos gave a personal stamp of approval to the announcement that Amazons streaming service is adapting Iain M. Banks 1987 novel, the first in the Culture series. These weighty space opera stories are set in a utopian society in which civilizations awkwardly co-exist with each other and with artificial intelligence, while spaceships have names like "Prosthetic Conscience" and "No More Mr Nice Guy."Game of Thrones prequelOK, so maybe nothing can replace Game of Thrones. If only Westeros will do, HBO has you covered with a planned Game of Thrones prequel series set centuries before the hit show.Originally published May 19.