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)