Praise Tehlu! Earlier this week, creative powerhouses Lin-Manuel Miranda and Patrick Rothfuss announced that they are teaming up to adapt Rothfuss’s The Kingkiller Chronicle trilogy (The Name of the Wind, The Wise Man’s Fear, and the forthcoming The Doors of Stone) into film and television. (And “other media.” Is it too much to hope for video games?) Miranda is really the perfect choice as Rothfuss’s right hand man, especially since so much of Kvothe’s journey is entwined with his passion for music. Seriously, imagine listening to the soundtrack. . .
Oh wait, you can’t. It’s too beautiful for your imagination.
If you think you’re excited about this collaboration, check out how much this duo has been geeking out over each other! Rothfuss, a fan of Hamilton, met Miranda backstage after seeing the Tony Award-winning musical, and Miranda, a huge Kingkiller enthusiast, tweeted about which chapter of The Name of the Wind inspired him to write, “The Story of Tonight.” Anyone else swooning over both their bromance AND their command of language?
I’m too busy freaking out to say much more, but I’ll end with this: Miranda, Rothfuss, have some sympathy. We know Doors of Stone may not publish for a few years, but now that this new project exists, we cannot wait for it!