Post Profile






‘It’ Eyeing a $50 Million Box Office Debut Because Everyone Loves Creepy Clowns

The next Stephen King adaptation is on track to fare a whole lot better at the box-office than The Dark Tower. While the tale of the gunslinger, the man in black, and some kid floundered at the box office, the story of the Losers’ Club trying to survive in Derry, Maine is both a cheaper production […] The post ‘It’ Eyeing a $50 Million Box Office Debut Because Everyone Loves Creepy Clowns appeared first on /Film.
read more

share
See more about: Stephen King Dark Tower

Related Posts


Matthew McConaughey Eyeing Adaptation Of Stephen King’s ‘Dark Tower’

Industries / Entertainment Industry : Deadline Hollywood

The upcoming film adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series may have its villain. Matthew McConaughey is being courted by Sony and MRC to play The Man in Black in The Gunslinger, the first installment in the planned Dark To...

Dark Tower Teaser Trailers Introduce the Gunslinger, Man in Black

Entertainment / Comic Books : Comic Book Resources

Two teaser trailers for the Stephen King adaptation reveal the Dark Tower's Man in Black and Gunslinger. The post Dark Tower Teaser Trailers Introduce the Gunslinger, Man in Black appeared first on CBR.

‘The Dark Tower’ Movie is a Continuation of Stephen King’s Book Series

Entertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Longtime fans of Stephen King’s lengthy seven-book saga The Dark Tower weren’t exactly thrilled with the film adaptation’s first trailer. Instead of being a straightforward retelling of The Gunslinger, the first story in King’s saga...

Here's How You Killed 'The Dark Tower' Franchise at the Box Office

Entertainment / Film : Moviefone

Is "The Dark Tower" a hit or a flop? Well, no one waited ten years to adapt it just to take home less than $20 million opening weekend, so it's definitely a disappointment. The Stephen King adaptation debuted at No. 1 this weekend, ...

The Dark Tower: Stories of Conflict And Confusion During Production

Film / New Releases : LatinoReview.com

Stephen King wrote the first Dark Tower novel (The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger) in 1982, and Hollywood has been flailing to adapt it as a feature film ever since. King published 11 books prior to Gunslinger -- 3 of those works alread...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC