Walden Media will adapt John Christopher's sci-fi thriller novel "The Lotus Caves" to the big screen with newcomer Rpin Suwannath at helm.
Steering into sci-fi thriller genre, Walden Media is on its way to develop a movie of the kind titled "The Lotus Caves" based on a novel of the same name by John Christopher, Variety has reported.
Set in the year 2068, the project sees humans live on the moon vast colonies of airtight bubbles. Among these crowds, two teens decide to break out and embark on a quest to find magical, legendary caves.
Names lined up in the film's crew have not yet been revealed, but it is confirmed that Rpin Suwannath will handle the directing matters for the flick. The man, who began his career interning at George Lucas' Industrial Light & Magic, is known for his pre-visualization techniques, now an industry standard, as seen in the "Chronicles of Narnia" and "X-Men" films as well as the "Matrix" sequels.