Alas, that doesn't seem to be the approach that 20th Century Fox is taking; according to the Hollywood Reporter, they've hired Night at the Museum writers (and occasional Mercury pen pals) Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon and We're the Millers director Rawson Marshall Thurber to adapt it as a feature film, which—if it's anything like every other narrative-based feature film—will pretty much have to ditch the unifying thing that the books had (the ability to choose your own adventure) in order to come up with a static narrative. So we're left with
Choose Your Own Adventure: The Movie, I guess? Which makes me wonder why you'd bother adapting the books at all, unless you're just looking for lizard-brain brand recognition. (A tactic that worked out great for Battleship.) Anyway, Hollywood, what're you gonna do, whine whine whine, etc. All I know is I'd feel a lot better about this if they'd handed it over to Ryan North.
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