NEWS - THROTTLE
Throttle Heading To HBO MaxPosted: May 13, 2020, 23:12:28
Yahoo! reports that HBO Max is in the early development stage of a feature adaptation of Throttle co-written by King and his son Joe Hill. , Leigh Dana Jackson will write the screenplay, which will be produced by David S. Goyer and Keith Levine through their Phantom Four label. No release date has been announced yet.
New Hill Collection Will Contain CollaborationsPosted: January 31, 2019, 10:02:38
Joe Hill will release a new short story collection entitled Full Throttle in the fall (October 29). The book will be 384 pages and feature eleven short stories. Some of them new and some previously published elsewhere.
The book will include Hill’s two collaborations with his father Stephen King; Full Throttle and In The Tall Grass. In The Tall Grass has been filmed and will probably premiere later this year while Full Throttle was reported to be getting a big-screen treatment but nothing else has surfaced about that since it was first reported.
Thanks to The Fire Wire
King - Hill Collaboration To Be FilmedPosted: March 30, 2017, 00:00:00
Looks like King and Hill's collaboration Throttle will be a movie.
Producer Emile Gladstone and his A Bigger Boat Productions have optioned the story and set John Scott III, the writer of the 2015 Arnold Schwarzenegger zombie movie 'Maggie,' to pen the screenplay.
Throttle, the novella by Stephen King and his son, novelist Joe Hill, is getting the big-screen treatment.
Producer Emile Gladstone and his A Bigger Boat Productions have optioned the story and set John Scott III, the writer of the 2015 Arnold Schwarzenegger zombie movie Maggie, to pen the screenplay.
Taking its inspiration from the classic Richard Matheson short story Duel, Throttle tells of a motorcycle gang riding across a stark Nevada desert, after a deal gone bad, who become pursued by a faceless trucker hell-bent on revenge. The main thrust of the story is the relationship between a father and son.
The story was originally published in 2009 as part of a Matheson tribute.
Source: Hollywood Reporter