Nick Payne Dismisses Rumors of CONSTELLATION Film
Nick Payne has "dismissed rumors that his award-winning 2012 play Constellations is being adapted for the big screen." In an interview with WhatsOnStage, Payne said that a film was previously discussed, but realized that he "didn't know how to do it on film."
Constellations premiered at the Royal Court last year and moved to the West End, making the 29-year-old Payne the youngest playwright ever to win the Evening Standard's Best New Play Award.
The play is "inspired by the multiverse theory" and features "a couple whose relationship evolves in several universes at once." Constellations has been produced in Melbourne, South America, as well as in various European cities, extending the life of the play beyond the West End. Payne "came to the conclusion" that a film adaption of his play was not necessary due to the life of Constellations after its initial run.
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