Well, here's a bit of interesting news: children's author and professor of classical rhetoric, N.D. Wilson, is on board to write the screenplay for the film version of The Great Divorce.
Tell me how you feel about this, Lewis fans!
I found it interesting news on two fronts: 1) I had no idea they were planning to make a film of The Great Divorce and 2) I'm intrigued by the choice of Wilson for the screenplay.
Wilson, in case you're scratching your head, is the author of the 100 Cupboards trilogy I mentioned in my Book Notes post last week. I just posted my review of Dandelion Fire, the second book in the 100 Cupboards trilogy.
It's been quite a while since I've revisited The Great Divorce. It came up quite a bit in the Hogshead conversation regarding the finale of LOST, which inspired me to put it on my TBR-R ("to be re-read") list. Now I think it's just moved to the top of the re-read pile.