Mr. Universe is a sci-fi comedy about God and the Universe. The book is written as if it was a big budget Hollywood movie with big name stars in every role and a tacky tag line: When the creator becomes the destroyer.
God (Marlon Brando) lives on a small planet in the middle of the Universe along with the dead from all his 714 planets. One morning God’s PA (Woody Allen) brings him the news that mankind 607 (the people of Earth) has started cloning itself. This angers God. He decides to destroy mankind 607. One of the leaders of planet 607 residing with God is Napoelon Nixon (Atnhony Hopkins). He sets out on a mission to save his people blockbuster style. Accompanied by former gladiator Eliban (Mike Tyson) Napoleon Nixon travels to the interior of God’s planet, where he hopes to get help from The Prince of Darkness (Leonardo di Caprio).
Mr. Universe was written in Elba and Rome in the summer of 2002.
It was well received by the critics but sales were poor. People either loved it or were not interested at all. The movie has not been made. Not yet.