They're going to have to find a lot of words that rhyme with "inconceivable."
"The Princess Bride" -- the much-beloved 1987 movie directed by Rob Reiner -- will be turned into a major stage production from Disney, the company announced Monday. No dates or cities have been announced for the planned theatrical piece, which appears to be in the early stages of development.
Disney didn't say if the production will be a musical or a play, describing the project as a "new theatrical work."
Alan Horn, who is chairman of the Walt Disney Studios, has helped to spearhead the project, having worked on the movie during his time at Castle Rock Entertainment. "To now have a stage production of this film in development at Disney is honestly a dream come true," Horn said in a statement.