Michel Gondry Is Headed To The Moon

Wednesday, February 16 by

Michel Gondry has announced plans that he is adapting Philip K. Dick‘s Ubik. I’m assuming the announcement was made via a yarn megaphone while Gondry wore plaster beehives as shoes.

Named as one of Time magazine’s top 100 English-language novels, Ubik tells the story of a man that works for an anti-telepathic spying firm and the misfortune that befalls the company when they take a job on the moon.

I’ll keep you posted as the production develops because this one looks like it’s a long way off. As of right now, Gondry is working on getting The We And I before cameras this summer, as well as his on-going hand-drawn Noam Chomsky documentary. Then there’s always the risk that he may drown in a ball pit filled with red crayons. (via The Playlist)

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