While Pete Townshend continues to refine his next rock opera, Age of Anxiety, based on his 2019 novel, which will also include a documentary, he tells the Daily Beast there's interest from film and TV companies to turn the graphic novel contained in the recently released Who's Next / Lifehouse box set into a film.
As for The Who, he says, "Roger Daltrey’s got a bad knee which will probably need surgery, and so any decisions now about what we’ll do next, I don’t know. But he’s singing great...
"We’re thinking we might try and pick up some of the territories that we’d missed with the orchestral show, but, you know, I’m 78. So I think we shall see what happens..."
And in other Who news, "Baba O'Riley" can be heard in a commercial for Body Armor sports drink.
Source: Daily Beast