Les droits cinéma de CHESHIRE CROSSING, écrit par Andy Weir et illustré par Sarah Andersen, viennent d’être cédés à Amblin Partners !
L’adaptation sera produite par Michael De Luca, nominé à trois reprises pour l’Oscar du meilleur film pour The Social Network, Moneyball (Le Stratège) et Capitaine Phillips.
CHESHIRE CROSSING brings together the heroines of Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, and The Wizard of Oz in a charming fantasy mash-up, brimming over with Andy’s trademark wit and nerdy enthusiasm, and filtered through a decidedly quirky genre perspective. Alice, Wendy, and Dorothy—after years of being labeled “crazy” for their insistence on the existence of other worlds—meet at Cheshire Crossing, a supernatural boarding school where they are finally believed and for the first time treated as the holders of special powers rather than freaks. They are meant to learn how to use and control their superheroic abilities, but quickly find themselves sucked back into their magical realms when a new threat arises. When the Wicked Witch and Captain Hook form an evil alliance to conquer the worlds of Oz, Neverland, and Wonderland, the girls must work together to save not only these fantastical lands but also Earth itself.
This « storybook meets superheroes » graphic novel features the original magical girls of fantasy embarking on exciting supernatural adventures in a tale that could only come from the imagination of Andy Weir and the illustrative sorcery of Sarah Andersen.
Les droits de langue française de CHESHIRE CROSSING sont toujours disponibles.