NEWS - 1922
Bloody Discusting reports that Netflix has announced an October 20, 2017, release for 1922.
Thanks to Herbert West Posted: August 20, 2017, 00:35:13
Here are the two first photos from 1922.
Thanks to Sebastian Kubańczyk Posted: August 13, 2017, 20:43:37
Here are some info about 1922 and Gerald’s Game from Fantastic Fest 2017.
World Premiere, 101 mins
Director – Zak Hilditch
1922 is based on Stephen King’s 131-page story telling of a man’s confession of his wife’s murder. The tale is told from from the perspective of Wilfred James, the story’s unreliable narrator who admits to killing his wife, Arlette, in Nebraska. But after he buries her body, he finds himself terrorized by rats, and as his life begins to unravel, he becomes convinced his wife is haunting him.
US Premiere, 103 mins
Director – Mike Flanagan
Flanagan unites with master of the macabre Stephen King for his cinematic interpretation of King’s beloved GERALD’S GAME. Starring Carla Gugino and Bruce Greenwood, GERALD’S GAME delivers pitch-perfect performances in a faithful adaptation where the horrors of the mind are much worse than what’s in front of you.
Thanks to Dimitris Tso Posted: August 8, 2017, 23:03:08
Fantastic Fest, the annual genre cinema bonanza in Austin, Texas, and the largest film festival of its kind in the United States, is doubling down on Stephen King mania in its 2017 edition with Netflix’s highly anticipated Gerald’s Game and a feature adaptation of the author’s horror novella 1922. Both King projects were announced Tuesday in the first wave of Fantastic Fest’s 2017 programming lineup.
Source: LA Times.
Thanks to Dimitris Tso Posted: May 6, 2017, 01:54:27
Mike Patton has announced that he's working on a score for the Netflix adaptation of the King's 1922. Mike Patton, who is probably best known as the lead singer of Faith No More, recently spoke to Rolling Stone and casually mentioned that he has composed the score for 1922. Here's how the music legend described the impending soundtrack.
"It's more haunting and Hitchcock-y than you might think."
King did a book signing at a bookstore in Sarasota on Wednesday. While there he talked about the upcoming Netflix adaptations Gerald’s Game and 1922:
Netflix will also make two films adapting his novel "Gerald's Game" and novella "1922," both of which King has seen and said are terrific.
"And I've seen 'It' the film, and that's terrific," King said. "And I've seen 'The Dark Tower' and that's terrific."
This indicates that both movies are pretty much done…at least in rough cuts.
King also talked about his upcoming collaboration with his son Owen:
The story takes place in a world where all women have fallen asleep in a cocoon-like gauze and turn feral and violent if awoken, leaving men to themselves. King and his son had initially considered making a limited television series out of the premise, but believing that would bring too many other people into the process, spent two years writing it as a novel together.
"The way that it worked was we went back and forth, like tennis, like the book is the ball," King said. "I'd have it for three or four weeks and he'd have it for maybe three or four weeks or maybe a little bit longer. He's a slower composer than I am, but he's very, very good — very sharp, very funny."
Read more here. Posted: November 3, 2016, 08:33:39
News of a Netflix adaptation of King’s 1922 surfaced from nowhere today and apparently they are already filming. No release date is set but a good guess is sometime next year.
Thomas Jane and Molly Parker are starring in the latest adaptation of a Stephen King story, Netflix's adaptation of the author's novella 1922.
Zak Hilditch will direct from the screenplay he wrote based on King's 131-page story telling of a man's confession of his wife's murder. The tale is told from from the perspective of Wilfred James, the story's unreliable narrator who admits to killing his wife, Arlette, with his son in Nebraska. But after he buries her body, he finds himself terrorized by rats and, as his life begins to unravel, becomes convinced his wife is haunting him.
Jane is playing Wilfred James, while Parker is playing Arlette. Dylan Schmid, Kaitlyn Bernard, Brian D’Arcy James and Neal McDonough also are starring. Ross M. Dinerstein is producing the film via his Campfire banner. The project is currently shooting in Vancouver.
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