Most Anticipated Book-to-Film Adaptations of 2012

According to HuffintonPost, the top 10 the most anticipated adaptations of books to films are:

10. Great Expectations
"Another year, another Great Expectations adaptation, this time with Ralph Fiennes as Magwitch, Helena Bonham Carter as Miss Havisham, and Jeremy Irvine (the emoting boy in War Horse) as Pip."

9. The Perks of Being A Wallflower

"Stephen Chbosky's beloved book about a teenage outsider dealing with love and his best friend's suicide finally comes to the screen. What's most interesting is Chbosky is directing the film, and has adapted the screenplay."

8. Anna Karenina
"The 13th film adaptation of Tolstoy's epic love story features Keira Knightley as Anna and Jude Law as her husband Alexei, with Aaron Johnson as Vronsky, her young lover."

7. The Wettest County in the World
"The story, based on Matt Bondurant's novel, is about the Bondurant boys (Hardy and Shia LaBeouf), two bootleggers who chase the American dream in Prohibition-era Virginia."

6. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
"Martin Freeman plays the young Bilbo Baggins, who is approached by Gandalf the Grey (Ian McKellen reprises his role) to take back Erebor, the dwarf kingdom conquered by the dragon Smaug. Elijah Wood, Cate Blanchett, Orlando Bloom, Ian Holm, and more return for this go-around."

5. Cosmopolis
"Cosmopolis is Don DeLillo's one-day book centered around the peak of corporate dependency and market optimism just before it crashed."

4. The Great Gatsby
"One of the wild cards on the list because it has a lower floor than most others here. The risk/reward seems fairly high, as it does with most Baz Luhrmann pictures."

3. The Hunger Games
"It'll be interesting to see how Lionsgate maneuvers this adaptation around its source material, trying to get the largest possible audience while also hoping to avoid the poor reputation of the Twilight movies, which have become poster childs for vacuous studios cashgrabs that prey on a rabid fan base."

2. Cloud Atlas
"The cast: Tom Hanks, Hugo Weaving, Halle Berry, Susan Sarandon, Hugh Grant, and Jim Sturgess."

1. Life of Pi
"Yann Martel's massive sensation Life of Pi comes to theaters, and it has us excited because of the risk Fox Filmed is taking: they're making it in 3D."

I'm super excited a bout several of these!! The Hunger Games being my most anticipated, along with The Great Gatsby, The Hobbit, Anna Karenina, and The Perks of Being a Wallflower.

Which book are you most excited to see turned into a film this year??