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Name the Movie Giveaway, Magicatory Special, Giveaway & Steals

Name a Movie in my Next Novel!

It’s time for me to pick something in the upcoming Kilty Secrets for you to name!

I’ve been planning to have the big finale of this novel take place on a jungle movie set. So what’s the name of the movie they’re filming? You pick it!

It could be a war movie, a Predator-type movie, Indiana Jones-type action adventure, Romancing the Stone type… anything that would require a jungle movie set.

Ten ebook winners when the book is released and one winner of a signed paperback!

Just post your ideas at the bottom of this page in the comments or email them to me if you prefer!

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Giveaway

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Amy Vansant

Amy Vansant is a USA Today and Wall Street Journal Best-Selling author specializing in fun, funny fiction --- even the murder mysteries.
Amy Vansant

54 Responses

  1. Marianne Turner

    I think you should use the movie Congo in your next book. It was exciting and unexpected.

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    • Jane Corrado

      The African Queen or the Jungle Book (live action) would be great in your book!

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    • Carrie Marsh

      I would choose “The Gods Must Be Crazy”. It was funny and philosophical at the same time!

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  2. Helen Valenzuela

    I’m thinking a funny movie called “Monkeyshines” about a couple who adopts a monkey and then decides to return him to the jungle.

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  3. Tianna McPherson

    Topic Thunder
    Jumangi (spelled wrong but the one with Robin Williams)
    King Kong

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  4. Kati

    Captured: a movie about two ecologist who get captured for ransom by guerrilla fighters. You could make it a dark comedy by making the guerrilla fighters goofy wannabe guerrillas.

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  5. Clif

    Sweltering Lust or Amazon Death Step. I lived in the jungle for 3 weeks. Besides the literally hundreds of things that could kill you, the sweltering heat is it’s own entity. I went there for a girl but it was too hot to actually get romantic. Amazon Death Step is what they call it when tourists take that first step off a marked trail. You get lost that easy.

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    • Richard Brand

      I think that you should choose a Defenders of the Galaxy movie set. It is a hilarious movie and could fit any situation.

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  6. Allison M.

    A comedy…. A Reptile Dysfunction. (I am giggling even as I type this!)

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  7. Alicia

    Monkey Business. Or Circus Monkeys. A stressed-out circus worker helps a homesick monkey run away back to the jungle.

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  8. Beth Goldie

    If there are any dogs in the book, I suggest Raiders of the Lost Bark.

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  9. Norma Sullivan

    Arachnaphobia…the movie is about a jungle spider that accidentally gets shipped to the US where it proceeds to “populate” a barn. The spider is poisonous and kills a lot of people.

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  10. Sandye Corcoran

    Movie Title suggestion…The Monkey’s Curse…an Indiana Jones type adventure maybe with a hint of romance intertwined. It could focus on the curse itself, or it could focus on the object, a monkey shaped ivory idol they accidentally stumble onto while trekking through the jungle.

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  11. Kelly Lee

    A many one of the Alien movies with Sigourney Weaver or something from the Fast and Furious franchise!!

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  12. Sharon

    Indiana Jones type story: Looking for The Fabled Stone
    They have to explore the jungle to find an Emerald that has mystical properties.

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  13. Chad

    I think the movie should be a thriller involving a curse that is in the jungle that ends up infecting researchers and turning them into zombies and the movie title should be called “Safari Myth.”

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  14. Erica

    The lost treasure of Monteverde.. an Indiana Jones, action-adventure type movie that takes place in the Monteverde Cloud Forest in Costa Rica.

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  15. Charles Cole

    I recommend The Legend of Tarzan, the latest cinematic retelling of this mythic jungle figure.

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  16. Marie

    Amazon Queen, Anaconda, Romancing the Stone, Six days Seven nights,

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  17. Barbara Harrison

    Just Swinging Through a Tarzan remake with female protagonist

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  18. Michelle Homewood

    “Hunter or Hunted”
    “Ghost of the Amazon”
    “Rumble in the Jungle”
    “The Vines”
    “Hot Chills”

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  19. Julie

    Jungle Exile-maybe about a panther shifter who fell for a human

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  20. nicola brooks

    Highlander and the Leopard’s Spot – kind of Indiana Jones type movie.

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  21. Chrystal Stevens

    For a movie they’re filming in your book I’m thinking the movie title should be “Quest for the Ivory Sword”. It’s an Indiana Jones type movie where a dealer in antiquities is searching for the legendary Ivory Sword. After a search across 3 continents he finally finds the temple of the blind monks, the guardians of the Ivory Sword. Is the sword real? Yes,it’s hanging from a chain in the chamber of light. The problem: it’s hovering above the pit of death. Will Dr. Roberts be able to retrieve the sword or will he fall to his death into the lava below? Find out when “Quest for the Ivory Sword” is released. This would be the summary of the movie’s plot. Hope you like this title Amy.

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