Girl From the North Country isn’t only rolling into a North American tour; it’s also headed to the cinemas. Blueprint Pictures announced it is producing an adaptation of the musical, per Variety. Through its use of Bob Dylan’s discography, Girl From the North Country follows Depression-era Midwesterners who cross paths at a guest house during important moments in their lives. Starring Chlöe Bailey, Olivia Colman, and Woody Harrelson as the Laine family, their lives begin to unravel as the family’s adopted daughter (Bailey) begins dating an escaped convict (Tosin Cole). Conor McPherson, who wrote the musical, will be writing and directing the adaptation. The Dylan-approved musical weaves in songs such as “Forever Young,” “All Along the Watchtower,” “Like a Rolling Stone,” and, of course, “Girl From The North Country” to tell the story, à la Across the Universe. Surely, the film will be handled with care.