An enchanting, whimsical and ambitious film has been birthed and name A Wrinkle In Time. Directed by Ava Duvernay (an Oscar nominee for the 2015 historical feature Selma and the 2017 documentary 13th), and filled with A star-studded cast: Storm Reid (Meg), Oprah Winfrey (Mrs. Winch), Reese Witherspoon (Mrs. Whatsit), Mindy Kaling (Mrs. Who), Levi Miller (Calvin), Chris Pine (Mr. Murry) and Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Mrs. Murry) coupled with a mind and heART expanding message, A Wrinkle In Time, does not shy away from the ambition and unwavering creativity that is liberated by true purpose and a limitless ability to allow the mind to wonder and reprogram itself from societal notions and truths that lose validity in the face of spiritual universal laws. Deep — I know.
A Wrinkle In Time was adapted from Madeleine L’Engle’s 1962 children’s novel, AWrinkle in Time, “a weird book — and that’s gloriously deliberate.” A narrative that is “about a family where weirdness is the norm, the natural offshoot of scientific brilliance and wild creativity. But it’s also about how one member of that family struggles,” with her own weirdness, which ends up being assets when she fights for her family in a supernatural battle against evil.”
Grappling with deep intrinsic truths regarding faith, destiny, love, family and timeless expansion, A Wrinkle In Time, which hits theaters, TODAY, is about a young girl, Meg, who will go to the ends of the earth, galaxies and dimensions and back to find her father, Mr. Murry, a missing scientist. A true warrior and truth seeker at heART, Meg, with the help of Mrs. Winch, Mrs. Whatsit and Mrs. Who; peels back layers of fear and doubt, unveiling the true understanding of love, magic and faith that has always burned deep within her.
💜Love & Light☀,
CRISTEN M. MILLS