I interviewed filmmaker Bryan Singer for Venice Magazine in late 1998 to discuss his Stephen King adaptation, Apt Pupil. It was somewhat awkward for me, as Bryan and I had been classmates at USC and he was both the first contemporary and first film school comrade I'd ever interviewed. Show More Summary
We're talking Jonny Quest, Stephen King's IT and rapidly ballooning superhero ensembles The post Ethan Embry Drops by This Week’s Most Craved appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The plot thickens... Remember two days ago when I covered a story wherein Cary Fukunaga exited his big screen adaptation of Stephen King's It? At the time, The Wrap was reporting that it was mainly due to a clash with the studio over budgets and locations. Show More Summary
New Line Cinema's 'IT' remake is moving back to Warner Bros., with the studio set to shoot in New York City without director Cary Fukunaga.
This past weekend we were hit with some pretty tough news regarding the new adaptation of Stephen King’s IT, as it was announced that True Detective’s Cary Fukunaga dropped out of the project due to what sounded like creative differences—catch up on all of that right HERE if you’re out of the loop. Show More Summary
This Memorial Day news broke that “True Detective” director Cary Fukunaga had exited the latest film adaptation of the Stephen King’s It. The stories cited creative differences, which included Fukunaga’s desire to direct in New York, while the studio wanted to cut costs by sending Pennywise to other locations. It was also said that one […]
When Pennywise the Clown, an embodiment of pure evil (also a clown that becomes a giant spider, so…same thing?) tries to lure little Georgie into the sewers, he tells him he’ll float like a balloon […]
I think I just died a little inside. News by Raine Winters King fans everywhere will cry a resounding “No!” after hearing the news: Cary Fukunaga has stepped back from his role as director of New Line’s remake of Stephen King’s It, reports The Wrap. Show More Summary
Laura Lippman reviews Stephen King’s “Finders Keepers,” the second entry in a planned trilogy that began with “Mr. Mercedes.”
Back to the drawing board! It looks like New Line Cinema needs to find another director for the big screen adaptation of Stephen King's It — because Cary Fukunaga has officially left the project! According to reports, the True Detective director was butting heads with the studio during the development of his two-part adaptation of the horror [...]
This past Memorial Day ended with the sickening news that New Line Cinema had pulled the plug on It, the latest adaptation of the Stephen King novella. Location scouting was under way with “True Detective” director Cary Fukunaga taking the reigns, and Will Poulter (We’re The Millers) cast to play the villainous clown “Pennywise”. And […]
Director Cary Fukunaga of "True Detective" and "Jane Eyre" has left the big-screen adaptation of Stephen King's "It." He exited the project over the weekend, according to reports. He signed on for the project early on, in 2012, and has in fact already written the screenplay of the movie, together with Chase Palmer.
It looks like there was at least one person who got out of swearing that if it wasn’t dead he would come back. Despite spending more than a year developing a two-film adaptation of Stephen King’s It, director Cary Fukunaga has decided...Show More Summary
Troubles with another big production. It was recently reported by The Wrap that New Line Cinema's new version of It, adapted from Stephen King's book about the evil clown, has been delayed indefinitely due to production troubles. Specifically,...Show More Summary
This one stings... I was really looking forward to seeing what Cary Fukunaga, he of True Detective fame, was going to create with his new take on Stephen King's It. Fukunaga's plan was to take the story, break it up into two films, and explore two timelines with the same characters at different stages of their lives. Show More Summary
Cary Fukunaga will not direct New Line's "It," according to the Wrap, which adds that the summer project has been stalled indefinitely. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Dwayne Johnson teases that we might see Shazam sooner than we think. Channing Tatum reveals the Gambit movie will be an origin story. Willa Holland discusses Thea’s vigilante costume going into Arrow season 4. Plus Stephen King’s It is in trouble, and there’s a new Inside Out clip. Spoilers! Read more...
The cover for Stephen King’s The Bazaar of of Bad Dreams has been unveiled. We’ve embedded the full image above—what do you think? Follow this link to see the animated version of this jacket design. Each short story in this collection is accompanied by a passage of commentary from King on his writing process. Show More Summary
Last month, True Detective director Cary Fukunaga sounded positively giddy as he told a
Less than a month before filming was set to begin on Cary Fukunaga's two-part adaptation of Stephen King's epic novel IT, things have run into a wall, as the director has exited the project over creative differences. According...Show More Summary