‘The Great Divorce’ Being Made Into a Movie
According to Dr. Bob Beltz on Examiner.com, The Great Divorce by C. S. Lewis being made into a movie. He writes: “Beloved Pictures is a new independent film company that is developing films that have positive, redemptive stories. They have acquired the rights to develop this C. S. Lewis’ classic. I’ve been brought on as an Executive Producer and creative consultant. If you are not familiar with the book, The Great Divorce is the story of a busload of people from the grey town (a kind of purgatory/hell) that are taken on a trip to heaven. When published in 1946 it was considered by some to be a sequel to Lewis’ Screwtape Letters. The principles at Beloved hope to have a director attached in the next couple of weeks. They currently are in the difficult process of finding investors who believe enough in this kind of film to fund the development and production of the project.” Dr. Bob Beltz is also a consultant to Walden Media and mentions a bit about The Voyage of the Dawn Treader as well (though nothing we haven’t heard before).