Terry Pratchett’s ‘Wee Free Men’ To Be Adapted To Film By Jim Henson Company | Film News
A true masterpiece brought to the silver screen. Terry Pratchett’s Wee Free Men, an adventure about a nine-year old who teams up with a troupe of small, kilted, blue men to defeat an evil queen has been confirmed as being made into film by the Jim Henson Company.
The script will be adapted by his daughter, Rhianna Pratchett, an award-winning video game writer who penned the reboot of the Tomb Raider video game. She commented to the BBC on the opportunity saying:
“I’ve loved the Jim Henson Company’s work all my life, so it’s a great honour to team up with them”.
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