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Steven Spielberg Still Very Much Plotting Adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘The Talisman’
Steven Spielberg Still Very Much Plotting Adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘The Talisman’
We’ve been blessed with many fantastic collaborations over the years, but there’s still one that I’m dying to see: Steven Spielberg and Stephen King. The former has owned the rights to the latter’s fantasy-horror novel The Talisman for over three decades, and the highly-desirable (and super ambitious) Beard x King collab has almost come to fruition a few times — before ultimately hitting one roadblock or another. But according to Spielberg himself, his adaptation of The Talisman is still very much in the works.
‘IT’ Star Jaeden Lieberher Says They Filmed an Alternate Showdown With Pennywise
‘IT’ Star Jaeden Lieberher Says They Filmed an Alternate Showdown With Pennywise
IT is on track to best The Exorcist as the top-grossing horror film of all time, making it safe to assume the latest adaptation of the Stephen King classic will be just as much of a hit when it arrives on Blu-ray. In addition to the longer director’s cut recently confirmed by Andres Muschietti, the home release of IT will likely also include some deleted or alternate scenes. And according to one of the film’s young stars, we might know what at least one of those scenes could be.
‘IT’ Writer Returning for ‘Part Two,’ Likely Hitting Theaters in 2019
‘IT’ Writer Returning for ‘Part Two,’ Likely Hitting Theaters in 2019
Before the latest adaptation of Stephen King’s IT even hit theaters, early box office predictions suggested anywhere from a $60 to $70 million opening. By contrast, this year’s other big King adaptation, The Dark Tower, has grossed $47.9 million domestic in the month since its release. While we wait for the initial box office numbers to roll in, New Line is already developing a sequel to IT, but it probably won’t hit theaters until 2019.

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