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Directors sign for Stephen King's Suffer the Little Children and Rose Madder

The Stephen King project THE DARK TOWER didn't exactly do gangbuster business at the box office, but after the monster opening weekend of the King adaptation IT (which made way more money in one weekend than THE DARK TOWER has made in over five weeks), we should probably prepare to hear a whole lot of King-related movie announcements. Here are two such announcements right now: production company.
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