Last week, on an episode of Kevin Smith’s podcast, Hollywood Babble-On, director Josh Boone (The Fault In Our Stars) revealed plans to bring Stephen King’s The Stand to the big screen in the form of four movies. It’s a huge reveal for...Show More Summary
Ellen Degeneres is more than 50 shades of hilarious here. After her successful spoof of Matthew McConaughey's bizarre Lincoln ad, Ellen decided to insert herself into the infamous trailer for "50 Shades Of Grey" for her show on Tuesday. And her version of the character Anastasia Steele has some choice words and facial expressions for Christian Grey. "Oh my," indeed.
As part of the latest chapter of the McConnaissance, Matthew McConaughey has been tipped to star in The Stand, the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s famous novel. McConnaughey is expected to play Randall Flagg, the malevolent sorcerer and necromancer. In the words of director Josh Boone, who also directed The Fault in our Stars, the […]
Matthew McConaughey may have another accolade to put on his resume. In addition to his recent Academy Award and Golden Globe, he might want to add a new line item: “wormhole connoisseur.” A wormhole is a theoretical “bridge,” or shortcut between two points in space-time, as described by Space.com contributor Nola Taylor Redd. Show More Summary
In the highest-profile limited series package to hit the marketplace since Nic Pizzolatto's True Detective, which had Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson attached, Oscar winners Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon are set to star...Show More Summary
A new report reveals that Matthew McConaughey has been 'tipped' to play the villainous Randall Flagg in the four-part adaptation 'The Stand'. [...]
Randall Flagg is one of the most important figures in the semi-extended universe of Stephen King's novels, appearing in nine different books to date.
The film adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand had been safely gestating with no major news outbreaks since June’s announcement that The Fault In Our Stars’ Josh Boone was taking over as director. Since then, the news had been contained...Show More Summary
It's been rumored for a little while, but now we have word from The Guardian that Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey will play Randall Flagg in director Josh Boone's big screen adaptation of The Stand. The Stand was written by bestselling author Stephen King. Show More Summary
Josh Boone‘s plans for Stephen King‘s The Stand are grand. Four movies, if all goes according to plan. If that plan is to work, he’s going to need “a cast that’s going to blow people’s minds,” or so he recently said on a podcast. HeShow More Summary
After we heard the news back in August that Matthew McConaughey was being considered for the role of the demonic cowboy Randall Flagg in Warner Bros. movie adaptation of Stephen King’s epic 1200-page novel The Stand, director Josh Boone commented that nothing was official. However, now The Guardian are saying that it is pretty much […]
Jesus. Sometimes, a movie casts a role so perfectly you have to stop and give it a round of applause. So get ready to clap, because the movie adaptation of Stephen King's The Stand may cast Matthew McConaughey as the evil man in black, Randall Flagg Read more...
A rumor that has been floating around for months now just got a little more solid. We heard that Matthew McConaughey was the #1 choice to play villainous Randall Flagg in THE STAND back in August; now The Guardian is confirming the word,...Show More Summary
McConaughey joins the four-part movie, 'The Stand.'
Wealreadyheardarumor aboutMatthewMcConaugheyplayingRandallFlagginallfourmovies ofJoshBoone’sTheStandadaptation.WewerefullybehindthatbitoftheMcConaissance,because,baby,wecandigourman.NowTheGuardian reportsthecastingisofficial.M-O-O-NShow More Summary
We have been waiting a long time for a new adaptation of Stephen King's The Stand to hit theaters. While it was originally speculated that David Yates and even Ben Affleck would direct the four-film adaptation, it looks like Fault In...Show More Summary
The waiting's over.
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