As you all line up to see Blade Runner: 2049, the sequel to the enormously influential Blade Runner, this week, remember the first film was based on an atmospheric story “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” by Philip K. Dick. So we started thinking: what other science fiction novels need a big screen adaptation? Caves of Steel Some might protest that I should put Asimov’s Foundation novels on the list, given their much broader scope and deeper ideas. But I would propose that this book, starring hard-bitten human detective Elijah Baley and his human-like robot partner R. Daneel Olivaw, would be a little…

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