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The interest of Hollywood for the work of Stephen King has gained a lot of strength after the tremendous success of ‘It’, so increasingly more novels of yours are going to make the leap to the big screen. Now the news is that ‘Buick 8: A car perverse’ is going to be movie of the hand of William Brent Bell, responsible for tapes like ‘The Devil Inside’ or ‘The Boy’.
The premise of ‘Buick 8: A car perverse’ remember part of the ‘Christine’, because everything revolves around a mysterious car responsible for a series of supernatural events. In fact, that peculiar vehicle has been hidden for more than twenty years in a barrack, but something wakes up his forces and will soon begin to happen strange things, because in reality it is the gateway to another dimension.
For my part, I think that the novel is the worst thing that has written King, so let’s hope that Bell, who will also be the screenwriter and his leap to the cinema, make all suitable changes to make a movie stimulating.
The original literary was released in 2002, coinciding with a stage in the work of King that made me desenganchase after many years as a reader faithful.
At the time came to talk about an adaptation directed by George A. Romero, but the project failed to move forward and to the producer and ‘The night of the living dead’ he ended up passing away a little over a year. For now it is unknown who will lead the cast of ‘Buick 8: A car perverse’ and also when it will come to the cinemas.
Via | Deadline
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The news ‘Buick 8: A car wicked’ will make the leap to the cinema: the director of ‘The Boy’ will adapt the novel by Stephen King was originally published in Espinof by Mikel Zorrilla .
July 24, 2018
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