Based on a book by Stephen King, the original 1984 movie starred Drew Barrymore as a young girl with pyrokinetic abilities who is kidnapped by a secret government agency that wants to use her as a weapon.
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The cast of The Dark Tower continues to expand as Katheryn Winnick and Fran Kranz join Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey in Sony’s adaptation of the classic Stephen King series.
When a mysterious cell phone signal causes apocalyptic chaos, an artist is determined to reunite with his young son in New England.
Jackie Earle Haley will sink his teeth into the role of the evil vampire, Sayre in the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower.
Akiva Goldsman has been tapped to write the script for Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep, the sequel to the horror classic The Shining. Goldsman is currently serving as a writer and producer on Sony’s adaptation of King’s The Dark Tower series.
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Idris Elba is said to be circling the lead role in Sony’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower. Elba would anchor the first of what Sony expects to be a multi-film franchise.
Matthew McConaughey has entered preliminary talks to take on The Dark Tower, an adaptation of Stephen King’s vastly popular horror/fantasy series. Sony wants the Oscar winner to star as the villainous Walter Padick, also known as the Man in Black.
“Boston Legal” creator David E. Kelley to take a stab at a Stephen King adaptation for TV.
A woman discovers that her husband of 25 years is living a double life as a serial killer.
Logline: Story follows a Gerald and Jessie, a couple who go to a secluded cabin for a romantic getaway that goes wrong when Gerald ends up accidentally dead after a kinky sex game and Jessie, who is handcuffed to the bed, begins hearing strange voices and experiences hallucinations that have her revisiting parts of her life.
With a novel that’s not even published yet, Stephen King shows that any of his works can be made into movies.