Noah Hawley Creating Television Adaptation Of ‘Cat’s Cradle’ For FX
In a recent update it is speculated that “Fargo” creator Noah Hawley is working on a dystopian sci-fi televisions series based on Kurt Vonnegut‘s “Cat’s Cradle.” Show runner Hawley claimed a remarkable success with his popular adaptation of “Fargo.” He is allegedly developing a short limited run series for FX and is already underway developing, and “Fargo” steps into season 2 at the same time. Read on to find out more about Noah Hawleys’ new series “Cat’s Cradle” scoop ahead.
According to Hollywood Reporter, this is the third project between FX and Noah Hawley. “Fargo” has come to season 2 as well as Hawley has been given the charge of writing FXs’ comic book pilot X-Men inspired “Legion.” The network has engaged 48-year-old Hawley for many important on-going and upcoming projects in a two year deal.
“Cat’s Cradle,” written by Kurt Vonnegut, got first published in 1963 and is all about the dangers of excess technological progression and its consequences. The theme is very much relevant to the current times wherein many countries are facing violence, terrorism and nuclear threat; mainly dealing with a war involving science, war and religion.
It is alleged that this adaptation will claim great success like “Fargo” and will set new records for FX. Hawley is known for his wonderful adaptations sense and bringing the themes to television level.
“Fargo,” created by Noah Hawley, is a crime drama anthology inspired by a 90’s film of the similar name. The series have grabbed multiple awards for its run in various categories. Noah Hawley’s involvement in the “Cat’s Cradle” makes it more interesting and appealing to watch.
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