Every Stephen King film and TV uncover now in a works

14 Jan
Mark Lennihan | AP | BDN

There’s a clearly dizzying array of Stephen King stories set to be blending into both TV array and cinema in a subsequent few years. Some of them, like a supplement to 2017 blockbuster “IT,” are finished deals, while others are stranded in clearly almighty Hollywood limbo.

Here’s what we trust is a decisive list of all a opposite King adaptations that have been finished open in new years. We’ll supplement some-more as we turn wakeful of them.


TV: Castle Rock

Though no recover date has been set, this anthology array constructed by J.J. Abrams will come out during some indicate in 2018 on Hulu, according to a trailer expelled final year. It’ll be set in Castle Rock, a illusory Maine city that’s been a environment for books like “Needful Things,” “Cujo” and many others. King himself told Entertainment Weekly he knows as many as anyone else does — that is frequency anything.

It’s rumored to tie a array of elements of King’s stories into one series. There are some tangible names that have been announced. It stars Andre Holland as Henry Deaver, Sissy Spacey as Ruth Deaver, Scott Glenn as Alan Pangborn, and Bill Skarsgard (a.k.a. Pennywise) as an unnamed invalid during Shawshank Prison. We can't wait.

Movie: Pet Sematary

A “Pet Sematary” reconstitute will be destined by up-and-coming fear filmmaking organisation Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer, with a book blending from King’s novel by David Kajganich (“A Bigger Splash,” a arriving reconstitute of Dario Argento’s “Suspiria”) and Jeff Buhler (“The Midnight Meat Train”). Paramount Studios has tentatively set an Apr 19, 2019 recover date, though a lot can change between now and then. No word on either this chronicle of a story will be shot in Maine. King famously stipulated that a strange film had to be shot in a state, with many of a film shot in a Bangor area and around Hancock County.

Movie: IT: Chapter Two

New Line and Warner Brothers announced that Sept. 6, 2019 will be a indeterminate recover date for an “IT” supplement — one that presumably will concentration on a members of a Loser’s Club as adults, given this year’s “IT” told their stories as kids. According to IMDB, Andy Muschietti will lapse to direct, and screenwriter Gary Dauberman will lapse to coop a sequel. Considering a fact that a initial film in a array became a highest-grossing fear film of all time, this one’s a no-brainer.

TV: 8

According to Deadline.com, Gaumont TV announced in a fall a new TV array formed on King’s brief story “N,” nonetheless for a uncover it’ll be retitled “8.” It takes place in Maine, of course, where a organisation of 8 large stones reason “an ancient immorality so terrifying that it can expostulate visitors mad.” Three teenagers have to face it. No word on a recover date or network, though David F. Sandberg (“Annabelle: Creation”) will approach a initial episode, and “Ant-Man and The Wasp” writers Andrew Barrer and Gabriel Ferrari will coop a script.

TV: Sleeping Beauties

Even before a book came out final September, Stephen and Owen King’s “Sleeping Beauties” was optioned, according to Deadline.com. Last April, a studio Anonymous Content bought a rights, formulation to make a TV array to be constructed by Michael Sugar and Ashley Zalta, who brought us shows like “The OA” and “13 Reasons Why.” No recover date yet, though it seems like a finished deal.


Movie: Drunken Fireworks

According to Variety, James Franco is set to star in and produce a film formed on “Drunken Fireworks,” one of a many Maine-centric of all of King’s stories. It’s about a Maine family that won a lottery and bought a imagination stay on a lake. His opposite a lake neighbor, a mobster, also owns a lake house. They get into a foe over whose Fourth of Jul fireworks arrangement is bigger and better, that fast evolves into something many some-more dangerous. There hasn’t been many news on a instrumentation given it was announced in Summer 2016.

Movie: Firestarter

A reconstitute of a King classical “Firestarter” was announced final April during a Overlook Film Festival in Colorado, Deadline.com reported. It was to be destined by Akiva Goldsman, created by Scott Teems and constructed by Blumhouse, who were obliged for large hits like “Get Out” and “Split.” Since that initial announcement, however, there have been no additional developments or news on a production, so we’ll have to systematise it as a “maybe” until we get some-more info.

Movie: Overlook Hotel

Announced scarcely 3 years ago, and reported by Collider in Oct. 2015, this film revelation a start story of a Overlook Hotel from “The Shining” as a kind of prequel to that story is in what Hollywood forms call “development hell.” As in, producers are carrying a unequivocally tough time removing a film made. Mark Romanek was believed to be directing and James Vanderbilt is ostensible to produce, though who knows if any of that will happen.

Movie or TV: The Stand

Here we see a name that will be bandied about for King adaptations a lot: Josh Boone, best famous for directing “The Fault In Our Stars.” Boone is now trustworthy to 3 opposite King projects, with a long-awaited instrumentation of “The Stand” a many hotly anticipated. According to Movie Pilot’s post, like “The Dark Tower,” “The Stand” has been in growth ruin for decades. It was set to be a movie, afterwards several movies, afterwards a TV miniseries, afterwards a full TV series, and now, again, a movie. That does not bode well. That said, it’s still one of King’s many dear books, so compared to other King works, it’s some-more expected to indeed happen. Maybe. We’re not holding a exhale on saying Randall Flagg on any screen, large or small.

Movie: The Talisman

Yet another instrumentation with Josh Boone slated to be involved, says Variety. Boone competence only write this one. He competence approach it, too. We don’t know. “The Talisman” is a King fan favorite, co-written with Peter Straub, and seems developed for an adaptation. Amblin Entertainment, Steven Spielberg’s prolongation company, now owns a rights.


Movie: The Long Walk

“The Shawshank Redemption” executive Frank Darabont has wanted to make a film of “The Long Walk” — published underneath King’s Richard Bachman pseudonym in 1979 — for decades now. He owns a rights and brings it adult each integrate of years, including in an talk with AMC in 2007. So far, there has been no other transformation on it. But a story, about a dystopian destiny in that a organisation of 100 boys attend in a exhausting walking competition that starts in Van Buren, Maine, is developed for an adaptation.

Movie or TV: Lisey’s Story

King himself has wanted his 2007 novel “Lisey’s Story” to be blending for some time. “’Lisey’s Story’ is my favorite of a books and we would adore to see that done, generally now that there’s a kind of honesty on a streaming services on TV and even a wire networks,” he told Variety final August

TV: The Breathing Method

Rumors have circled for a few years that King’s romance “The Breathing Method” would be blending into a TV miniseries, also to be constructed by Blumhouse, who also are set to furnish a “Firestarter” remake. Scott Derrickson, who destined “Sinister” for Blumhouse, is ostensible to direct. There have been no new developments on this film in some-more than 5 years, with a final transformation on it being a post from Vulture in Oct 2012.

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