There is a good reason Spiderman has been remade three times in the past two decades, while Aldous Huxley's Brave New World hasn't been adapted even once since it was first published in 1931. Spiderman reaches a large target demographic including people of all ages and backgrounds, while Brave New World still remains a piece of literature that is largely ahead of its time. The Adaptation of Huxley's seminal work is finally heading to Television, but the bigger question is, are we ready for it?

An imperfect world of perfection.

Brave new world is a science fiction dystopia that is as gripping as it is terrifying.

In this futuristic world, governments have been replaced by a World state acting like a dictatorship, and the way of life as we know it is long gone.

People aren't born into this world, but they are in fact carefully engineered genetically in order to maximize the working population's capabilities. Art and individuality have been erased entirely, and what remains is a breed of human beings who are high on hallucinogens and open-minded sexually.

These base themes only scratch the surface of what makes Huxley's world truly terrifying. The writer did not shy away from tackling even the most taboo subjects including the area of children having consensual sex with one another. We may have the technology on our side to be able to recreate Huxley's vision, but is society open-minded enough to accept his bold ideas?

Only time will tell.

An interesting ensemble.

Adapting this incredible Book falls into the capable hands of Grant Morrison, one of the best graphic novel writers in the world. He will be teaming up with the director of Crank Brian Taylor in order to develop this series for the Syfy network.

Morrison and Taylor will also be penning the screenplay for this version of the story, and this will perhaps be the trickiest part of the project.

The whole success of the series may come down to including the right ideas from Huxley's work, while also cleverly leaving out the subjects that may not go well with the audience.

I, personally, will be most satisfied if they adapt the book to the T.

Do you think the series will do well? Are we ready for this adaptation? Please leave your comments below.