Posted: December 12, 2019, 09:04:10 Section: Film » The Dark Half
Deadline reports that a new adaptation of The Dark Half is being planed.
MGM has set Alex Ross Perry to adapt and direct The Dark Half, a new adaptation of the 1989 Stephen King bestseller. Perry popped after writing, directing and producing Her Smell, the drama that premiered at the 2018 Toronto Film Festival, and for which Elisabeth Moss is Spirit Awards-nominated for her portrayal as a self-destructive rock star.
Perry plans a reinvention of a story first turned into a 1993 MGM film by the late zombie impresario George Romero.
What worries me is the line "Perry plans a reinvention of a story".
Posted: December 11, 2019, 15:20:48 Section: Film » Doctor Sleep
Mike Flanagan is interested in doing The Shining 3 that would focus on Abra Stone. Here is what he todl Den Of Geek:
“Absolutely. I would love it. And when I met Stephen King, I asked him, ‘Is there more? Do you have anything else for Abra Stone? Because my God, she’s so great.’ And he left it open. He said that he hadn’t thought about it before, but it was people asking questions like that that made him write Doctor Sleep. He started to really think about Dan.”
What do you think? Is it something you want to see happening?
Deadline reports that Thomas Jane and Courtney Lauren Penn will film From A Buick 8.
Actor Thomas Jane (The Predator) and producer Courtney Lauren Penn (Altitude) are teaming up to form LA-based content company Renegade Entertainment with Stephen King novel adaptation From A Buick 8 their first movie project on the docket.
Renegade, which will develop and produce film, TV, games and immersive content, is partnering with King to adapt and produce his 2002 thriller novel about a car which is a door to another dimension.
This one I'm really looking forward to. Joe Hill's comic Locke & Key premiers on Netflix February 2nd next year.
After their father is murdered under mysterious circumstances, the three Locke siblings and their mother move into their ancestral home, Keyhouse, which they discover is full of magical keys that may be connected to their father’s death. As the Locke children explore the different keys and their unique powers, a mysterious demon awakens — and will stop at nothing to steal them.
I’m happy to tell you that in early 2020 Storytel in Bulgaria will release Shining in the Dark as an audiobook. No narrators have been selected yet but as soon as I know more, I’ll update you.
I still cherish the warm welcome I got when I was in Sofia, Bulgaria to promote the paperback in January last year and I hope you will all enjoy the audio book as much as the paperback! Personally, I can’t wait to hear the story’s read in Bulgarian even if I won’t understand a word…
This edition makes it a total of 15 different editions of the book, and you can check them all out here.