Andy Serkis, who played Gollum in the Lord of the Rings movies, leads a star cast in the Focus on the Family Radio Theatre (Tyndale House Publishers) audio book adaptation of C.S. Lewis' 1942 classic The Screwtape Letters. Lewis' stepson, Douglas Gresham, hosts the production, which was recorded in London with a world-class cast and original music.
We talked with the award-winning adapter/director Paul McCusker (right) about the new project, a four-CD set with a bonus, behind-the-scenes DVD.
Why do The Screwtape Letters remain so popular today?
Paul McCusker: I think because they're timeless. The "advice" from one demon to the other gets to the heart of our humanity, our rationalizations, our fallen-ness and the spiritual warfare going on around us. No matter what period of history we're in, the essence of what Lewis has written remains true. read more