Five Publishing-Themed Movies for Every Literary Genre

Publishing-Themed Movies

The Hating Game


In the screen adaptation of the world’s bestseller, Sally Thorne, Lucy (Lucy Hale), and Josh (Austin Stowell) work together at a major New York City publishing house but can’t stand each other. They fight for no reason, like a cat with a dog, and these squabbles are already unbearable for everyone around them. What is the reason for such zealous hatred? The heroes themselves do not know until one day they are attracted to each other in an elevator by an invisible magnet. What was it? But there is no time to figure it out—the publishing house is looking for a candidate for promotion, but it turns out that the heroes need to compete with each other again.

The one who loses is fired. It looks like the game has gone too far, and soon you will have to make a choice: your favorite job or your favorite enemy in online cinemas from December 10, 2021.

The Devil Wears Prada

2006/Comedy, Drama/USA, France

“Since the Adaptation of the novel by Lauren Weisberger.” ” Andrea Sachs (Anne Hathaway) comes to New York to become a journalist, but, unexpectedly for herself, becomes an assistant to the editor-in-chief of a runway fashion magazine, Miranda Priestley (Meryl Streep). The girl is not only not allowed to write but is constantly humiliated for her lack of taste. But one thing is certain in publishing circles: whoever stays with Miranda for a year can get a job anywhere. Andrea is determined to do whatever it takes to make her dream come true, even if it’s not possible. According to critics, the prototype of the “devil” in the film was Anna Wintour, the editor of Vogue magazine, known for her extremely tough leadership style.

I Love Trouble

1994/Comedy, Melodrama, Action

The main characters of this romantic comedy are journalists Sabrina (Julia Roberts) and Peter (Nick Nolte), who work for rival newspapers. At some point, Peter—no longer very young but a very famous and seasoned journalist. At some point, he learns from his colleagues about a new correspondent, whom everyone speaks of with great respect. Thus begins a quiet war of professionalism, in which Peter loses at first, but there are several more battles ahead and a happy ending with a romantic touch.


2015/Drama, Crime, Historical/USA

Biographical drama Tom McCarthy tells us about one of the investigations of a real-life group of journalists called “Spotlight”. They work on the basis of the American daily newspaper, The Boston Globe, and in the picture. They are involved in the case of Boston pedophile priests who have been operating for more than 30 years. A large-scale investigation revealed not only the rapists themselves but also a whole group of lawyers who covered them. For the publication of the largest sex scandal, journalists received the Pulitzer Prize.


2016/Drama, Biopic/USA, UK

The screen adaptation of Andrew Scott Berg’s Max Perkins: The Genius Editor. 1929 Aspiring writer Thomas Wolfe (Jude Law) is close to despair because his book has been rejected by all publishers. The last hope is Scribner and its editor, Maxwell Perkins (Colin Firth), who unexpectedly likes the book. From this moment begins long-term cooperation between the editor and the writer. And although at first, everything goes like clockwork, due to the complex nature of Wolfe, almost every dialogue between the characters turns from a dispute into a quarrel. Working with a genius proves to be a great test for Perkins, requiring sacrifice.

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