Stephen King is getting the Mike Flanagan therapy.
The filmmaker introduced Dec. 8 that he will likely be adapting the work of one other horror legend, King, for his subsequent collection. The present, which he envisions to run for 5 seasons and two stand-alone characteristic movies, will likely be primarily based on King’s guide collection The Darkish Tower. So far, Flanagan shared that he is written a pilot script and season outlines for the undertaking which he known as his “Holy Grail.”
“Greater than half of my life, I’ve closed my eyes and been capable of watch numerous this play out,” he informed Deadline. “I’ve dreamed about this—that first shot which comes proper off on the first unimaginable sentence of the primary guide, The Gunslinger, I’ve had that picture simply rattling round in my head since I used to be an undergrad. It will need to get out of there ultimately, I really want to get it out of my head.”
Flanagan, who created collection like The Haunting of Hill Home, The Haunting of Bly Manor and The Midnight Membership alongside artistic associate Trevor Macy, not too long ago shared that he can be leaving Netflix after six years and shifting to Prime Video.