If you are now, or have ever been, a young person, you're probably familiar with Madeleine L'Engle's classic anti-Communist allegory A Wrinkle In Time. If not, you should be. It's a classic of Christian literature. Now the trippy fantasy novel is coming to the big screen courtesy of Disney and screenwriter Jeff Stockwell, who previously adapted a film adaptation of the beloved young adult novel A Bridge to Terabithia. According to an article in the Hollywood Reporter, a feature film adaptation of Robert C. O'Brien's Mrs. Frisby and The Rats of Nimh is also in the works. The book was previously adapted by Don Bluth as 1982's beloved The Secret of NIMH.