Dimension Television is developing a second adaptation of Stephen King’s 1980 horror novella, this time for TV.
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Following Cary Fukunaga’s departure from the film, “Mama’s” Andy Muschietti has stepped up to take over directorial duties.
Sunn Classic Pictures, which produced the 1983 rabid-dog thriller, is developing a remake called “C.U.J.O,” which stands for “Canine Unit Joint Operations.”
The veteran actor will play James Franco’s 1960s boss in the Hulu miniseries about a teacher who travels back in time to stop the JFK assassination.
Sony Pictures is reportedly set to begin talks with “A Royal Affair” filmmaker Nikolaj Arcel to helm the first film in a planned trilogy based on Stephen King’s fantasy epic.
The “Grey’s Anatomy” alum joins James Franco, Sarah Gadon and Chris Cooper in the event series, produced by J.J. Abrams.
Stephen King’s book series “The Dark Tower” may be Sony’s next film franchise, with a “complementary” television series also in the works.
Chris Cooper, Sarah Gadon and Cherry Jones are among the actors joining James Franco in the time-travel thriller.