Bruce Willis will play an author who is held hostage by his biggest fan in a Broadway stage adaptation of Stephen King's 'Misery'. [...]
Are we living in a Simpsons episode? The idea of Bruce Willis starring in a Broadway version of Misery — yeah, based on the 1987 Stephen King novel — seems like exactly the sort of marquee attraction that would lure in Homer Simpson during a “the Simpsons are going to Manhattan!” episode of the show. Show More Summary
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It’s hard to imagine anyone topping Tim Curry‘s Pennywise in Stephen King‘s It television miniseries, but director Cary Fukunaga (True Detective) is going to give it his best shot. He’s been tasked with creating part one of a two-part It. Fukunaga recently talked about finding his Pennywise to the Brazilian newspaper O Globo. This will […]
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This will be the opposite of miserable! Bruce Willis has officially signed up to make his Broadway debut this upcoming Fall in the unlikeliest of places! A Stephen King adaptation! The action star will be appearing in the play Misery and the play is written by the same person who wrote the screenplay for the film — [...]
Bruce Willis is hitting the Broadway stage for the first time. He'll make his debut in an adaptation of Misery by Stephen King; the play was written by William Goldman, who also wrote the screenplay for the 1990 movie version. Willis will play novelist Paul Sheldon, who was portrayed by...
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He’s conquered both the television and movie realms, and now Bruce Willis is gearing up for his first foray into the world of Broadway Theater. The “Die Hard” hunk will star in a stage adaptation of the Stephen King classic “Misery,”...Show More Summary
THR reports that the delicate, sensitive Bruce Willis will take his first Broadway bow this fall as the lead in a stage adaptation of Stephen King's novel-turned-movie Misery, about an injured author held captive by his No. 1 fan. Opposite Willis's Paul Sheldon will be Elizabeth Marvel, whom you might... More »
I'm the number one fan of this news! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Why hasn't anybody thought of this before now? Stephen King's Misery is kind of perfect for a stage play. It mostly takes place in one location and it's a showcase for actors. Show More Summary
One of the scariest stories/films is about to head to Broadway…with Bruce Willis! Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures is bringing an adaptation of Stephen King’s novel “Misery” to Broadway and has enlisted Bruce Willis to star, says THR. Willis will make his Broadway debut opposite stage veteran Elizabeth Marvel (Other Desert Cities, House of Cards) in […]
Looks like Bruce Willis is going to try his luck in Broadway with none other than a stage adaptation of Stephen King’s MISERY, who the hell saw that coming? According to THR, Willis will make his Broadway debut opposite stage veteran...Show More Summary
Bruce Willis is set to make his Broadway debut in the stage version of the 1987 Stephen King novel Misery, EW reports! The 59-year-old actor will play a successful novelist who is rescued from a car accident during a blizzard by his biggest fan, to be played by House of Cards‘ Elizabeth Marvel. His biggest [...]
Mr. Willis will star as a writer imprisoned by a psychotic fan, in a stage adaptaion of Stephen King's novel by William Goldman.
Knowing that Stephen King's It is headed to the big screen, fans of the book are left to wonder whether the feature adaptation will maintain the timeline of the novel, or if the time periods will be adjusted to modernize or drastically alter the story. Show More Summary
Image by mkhmarketing, CC BY 2.0, via flickr. I recently spotted a beautiful blonde woman sitting on a beach in Puerto Vallarta, her brows furrowed with concentration. Rather than reading the Stephen King novel that lay neglected byShow More Summary
'IT' writer-director Cary Fukunaga discusses adapting Stephen King's classic story, finding the right Pennywise and changing the timeline. [...]