The Breaking Bad star says he recently met with Ron Howard about the long-planned Stephen King adaptation.
Oscar-winning director Ron Howard won’t give a timetable for his ambitious adaptation of the Stephen King epic, but he says he’s still immersed in Dark Tower “fever dreams.”
Ron Howard’s ambitious plans to adapt Stephen King’s fantasy epic The Dark Tower hit another stumbling block as Warner Bros. passed on the project. But a financier could be waiting in the wings.
With Warner Bros. expected to decide this month whether to move forward with Ron Howard’s ambitious adaptation of The Dark Tower, there’s talk that Russell Crowe could step in to replace Javier Bardem as gunslinger Roland Deschain.
Ron Howard and Brian Grazer continue to seek financing for their ambitious adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series.
Ron Howard’s ambitious plan to adapt Stephen King’s The Dark Tower seems to be dead for now, one question remains: Who will manage to pull off the TV/movie crossover trick first?
Universal has passed on Imagine Entertainment’s planned adaptation of Stephen King’s fantasy epic, an ambitious and expensive project that calls for a movie trilogy and two television miniseries.
Ron Howard discusses the current state of The Dark Tower, revealing that it is still very much happening and being rewritten by Akiva Goldsman.
The director briefly addresses the setbacks to the ambitious adaptation of Stephen King’s fantasy epic, and suggests Javier Bardem’s involvement may not be the done deal that earlier reports indicated.
After encountering “budgetary complications” with its ambitious adaptation of Stephen King’s fantasy epic, the studio is postponing the start of production until February as it works with filmmakers to cut costs.
The ambitious project, which calls for a movie trilogy and interlocking television series, reportedly has encountered “budgetary complications” that are leading studio executives to rethink the adaptation of Stephen King’s fantasy epic.