It will be the largest film production in South Australian history.
There’s something in the water … and it’s not a gator.
The Nun screenwriter Gary Dauberman will adapt the 1975 novel.
Ed and Lorraine Warren won’t return for quite some time.
Stephanie Perkins’ 2017 novel follows a string of high school murders in Nebraska.
Titanic director said James Wan’s film is “cool” but “doesn’t look real.”
James Wan brings a welcome wealth of color and camp alike to this objectively ridiculous comic adaptation.
The winner will receive a “once-in-a-lifetime development deal with New Line.”
The creepies are crawling back into theaters.
The looney, ambitious sci-fi story is one of King’s more contentious works.
The Losers escape into the OASIS, where one Stephen King adaptation is a major presence.
From the most anticipated blockbusters to the smallest indie films, Comics to Screen looks at all of this year’s adaptations.