Community·Posted on Jan 31, 2021Which Book-To-Screen Castings Were So Perfect, You Felt Like You Were Literally Watching A Book Unfold In Front Of You?Tell us!by Lauren GarafanoBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink If you're like me, then every time you read a book, you're already casting the award-winning movie adaptation in your head. Warner Bros. Sometimes, when the book actually gets turned into a movie, the casting choices are even better than you originally imagined! NBC Like, maybe Lana Condor's inherently sweet demeanor just embodies To All The Boys' Lara Jean Covey in a way no one else can. Netflix Or maybe you still can't get over how Alan Rickman's Severus Snape pretty much walked out of the books and onto the movie screen. Warner Bros/Courtesy Everett Collection HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE, Alan Rickman, 2005, (c) Warner Brothers/courtesy Everett Collection Perhaps when you were reading The Hate U Give, the only person you could picture playing Starr was Amandla Stenberg, and you jumped for joy when you found out she was starring in the movie adaptation. 20th Century Studios Or heck, maybe you never pictured Florence Pugh as Amy in Little Women, but as soon as you saw her on screen, you couldn't imagine another actor playing the part. Sony Pictures Releasing Whoever it is, we wanna know! Tell us which book-to-movie castings are absolutely perfect and why. The best responses will be included in a BuzzFeed Community post.