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Stephen King shares his thoughts on the new TV adaptation of The Stand

After spending some five years in development as a feature, it was announced this past January that filmmaker Josh Boone’s (The Fault in Our Stars) adaptation of Stephen King’s post-apocalyptic epic The Stand is heading to the small screen, with CBS All Access granting the project a ten-episode season order.

Appearing on the Post Mortem Podcast, hosted by Mick Garris (director of the 1994 TV miniseries), King has shared his thoughts on this new adaptation, as well as giving a brief update on its progress.

“I like Josh Boone’s work,” said King. “I actually worked with him on his first feature (2012’s Stuck in Love). I couldn’t act in it, which is what he wanted me to do, so I had to be an audio thing. And then he did The Fault in Our Stars, which I thought showed his grasp of the medium. I like him a lot.
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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Josh Boone

Writer and director, Josh Boone, has established as a talented and creative mind in Hollywood. Josh has written directed and produced films in Hollywood that have a set a standard that makes him a prized commodity for those looking for quality content that sells at the box office. Josh’s breakout came when he wrote Stuck in Love back in 2012, which got the attention of the powers that be in tinsel town. Through the buzz created around Stuck in Love, Josh got the opportunity to direct The Fault in Our Stars in 2014, and he wrote and directed The New

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The New Mutants Will Be ‘A Full-Fledged Horror Movie,’ Says Director Josh Boone

Color us surprised. Some time ago, The Fault in Our Stars director Josh Boone came on board the X-Men Universe film, The New Mutants. Admittedly, with X-Men: Apocalypse leaving off with our main crew so young, it almost felt pointless to have a Ya-type New Mutants spinoff. How would this movie actually help to differentiate itself from the movie we just saw?

Well, it turns out that The New Mutants will likely be a lot different than any of us had expected. Given the statements from Boone in the past regarding the story — as well as his dealing with angsty teen films like The Fault in Our Stars and Stuck in Love — we expected them to really buckle down on the Ya aspect. However, speaking with EW, the filmmaker revealed that they’d be going more in an unexpected direction:

“We are making a full-fledged horror movie set within the X-Men universe.
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The New Mutants Begins Pre-Production

The X-Men franchise is certainly in a phase of rapid growth. After resting firmly on its main line of films for the last fifteen years, over the past year or so, they’ve made deliberate attempts to reach beyond it. Yes, they had the Wolverine films, but last year, they expanded beyond Wolverine with Deadpool, and very soon, they’ll also be introducing The New Mutants through a new, Ya-ish film from The Fault in Our Stars director, Josh Boone.

It’s been just south of two years since Boone was attached to the film, and Boone has been keeping us along the ride for some time now through his social media. We’ve seen pictures of his first drafts, and we’ve since also seen those go through rewrites, which included reuniting with the writers behind The Fault in Our Stars. But to be honest, it’s been a
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X-Men: Here Is Every Film Currently In Development

The X-Men Cinematic Universe is definitely a unique beast among the superhero universes. Marvel Studios pioneered the idea of shared universes, and since 2008, things have been relatively straightforward in that world. The same could be said of the DC Extended Universe. While the future of the film franchise is still getting shuffled around after Justice League, the actual narrative structure of the movies are easy enough to follow.

The same can not be said of the X-Men films. While the first three films were simple sequels to one another, things were first thrown out of wack with X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Things got more convoluted when X-Men: Days of Future Past attempted to merge the timelines, but only more questions came as a result. Several films later, we now have a whole new era of X-Men films on the horizon, and they all occur at potentially different points in time.

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Stephen King’s Revival: Russell Crowe Cast, Director Josh Boone On Writing Process Compared To New Mutants

It certainly feels like we’re living in an impending Stephen King resurgence on the big screen. The for the past several decades, King has been quickly churning out bestseller after bestseller, and in that time, some of his most passionate readers have grown into talented storytellers of their own. Such is the case with writer/director Josh Boone, the man behind such movies as Stuck in Love and The Fault in Our Stars, who has proven to the quite the Stephen King fanatic. Seriously, one of the characters in Stuck in Love is obsessed with King, and King himself even has a vocal cameo in the flick.

As such, it made sense when Boone was attached to such films as The Stand and Lisey’s Story. One of the more recent King-related projects Boone’s been attached to, however is an adaptation of King’s 2014 novel Revival.

Speaking with Creative Screenwriting,
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The New Mutants: Director Josh Boone’s Pitch To Fox Included A Comic Book

Perhaps one of today’s rising stars in the world of filmmaking is writer/director Josh Boone. As of right now, Boone only has three credits to his name: Stuck in Love, The Fault in Our Stars, and All We Had (for which Boone only received screenplay credit). Of those three, only one has received a certified Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and yet on the heels of The Fault in Our Stars, Boone managed to leverage his success and attach himself to many high profile projects including three Stephen King projects (The Stand, Revival, Lisey’s Story), an adaptation of The Vampire Chronicles, and finally, X-Men: The New Mutants.

Given the filmmakers hit-or-miss track record thus far, it’s hard to say whether or not we can expect great things from this X-Men spinoff, but if nothing else, he’s a filmmaker with real enthusiasm and an even more
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Lily Collins Reveals She’s Writing a Very Personal Memoir: ‘It’s Like Having My Diary Published’

Lily Collins Reveals She’s Writing a Very Personal Memoir: ‘It’s Like Having My Diary Published’
In the movie The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, actress Lily Collins plays Clary, a girl who fights demons of the literal and personal kind â€. all while sporting dagger-high heels and perfect curls.

Collins, 27, will prove she is just as much a warrior in her upcoming memoir, Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me, in which she says she’ll share details about some “extremely difficult” past relationships.

In an exclusive interview with People, Collins discusses her collection of inspirational essays, which will be published through HarperCollins in March 2017. Beyond dating, Collins’ book will explore body image, her
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You Have Less Than a Month to Watch These Movies on Netflix

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The time has come. Well, almost. Netflix has released its list of films and TV shows that are leaving the streaming service in November. The majority of movies are expiring on the first day of the month, but there are a few that are slowly trickling out, as well. Take a look, and make sure you've caught all the new stuff from October! Related:25 New November Additions to Netflix That Will Complement the Cozy Weather Expiring Nov. 1 The Addams Family Almost Famous Angel Heart Barnyard Bratz: The Movie The 'Burbs Can't Hardly Wait Chuck, seasons one to five The Core Deliverance E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Echelon Conspiracy Eight Crazy Nights Empire State Equilibrium Escape to Witch Mountain The Family Man Fatal Attraction Fresh Get Rich or Die Tryin' The Holiday Into the Wild Kangaroo Jack Legally Blonde Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde Major League Mansfield Park Meet Joe Black Mel Brooks
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Film Adaptation of Stephen King’s Revival In Development, Status Update on The Stand

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If you've seen Stuck in Love, then you know Josh Boone is a huge Stephen King fan. The author has a key voice cameo in the film and his novel It is discussed passionately on more than one occasion. While Boone has been writing a big screen version of The Stand, he's now focused on adapting another, more recent, King novel: Revival.

Deadline reports that Boone is set to direct and has written the screenplay for a feature film adaptation of Revival, King's 2014 novel about a preacher's dangerous dealings with the healing powers of electricity—a nerve-jangling journey witnessed by his younger assistant. The completed script is now awaiting the green light at Universal, with Boone hoping to hit the gas pedal on the project and begin filming later this year with backing from producer Michael De Luca.

Prior to turning his attention to Revival, Boone was (and still is
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Lily Collins In "Vogue"

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Take a look @ new images of actress Lily Collins ("The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones") in the January 2016 issue of "Vogue" (Russia) magazine, photographed by David Mushegain:

Collins, daughter of musician Phil Collins is noted for roles in features "The Blind Side" (2009), "Abduction" (2011), "Stuck in Love" (2012), "Mirror Mirror" (2012) and "Love, Rosie" (2014).

Collins recently completed work in the "Untitled Warren Beatty Project" about an aging 'Howard Hughes', playing the character 'Marla Mabrey'.

She is currently prepping to star in the TV movie "The Last Tycoon" as the character 'Cecelia Brady'.

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Afm: Mister Smith boards 'Midnight Sun'

Afm: Mister Smith boards 'Midnight Sun'
Young adult romance stars Bella Thorne and Patrick Schwarzenegger.

Mister Smith Entertainment has boarded romantic drama Midnight Sun ahead of November’s American Film Market (Afm) (Nov 4-11).

The film, which is currently in production, stars Bella Thorne (The Duff), Patrick Schwarzenegger (Stuck In Love) and Rob Riggle (21 Jump Street).

Director Scott Speer (Step Up Revolution) is helming a screenplay from debut screenwriter Eric Kirsten.

The story follows a teenage girl (Thorne) who has a life-threatening sensitivity to sunlight. One night, when playing her guitar at a train station, she meets a former high school all-star athlete (Schwarzenegger), with whom she forms an instant romance.

Producers are John Rickard, Zack Schiller and Jen Gatien. Devin Andre is co-producing.

Executive producers are David Boies, James McGough, Alan Ou, Hiroki Shirota and director Speer.

Midnight Sun is based on a 2006 Japanese film of the same name.
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Death Note Movie Casts Lead Role?

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It's been a while since we've heard an update on Warner Bros.' live action film adaptation of the horror manga Death Note, but today details on the lead role's potential casting have surfaced.

Variety reports that Nat Wolff is in "final negotiations" to play the lead role in Wingard's Death Note adaptation.

For those unfamiliar with Death Note, it's a very popular manga, anime, and Japanese movie series in which high school student Light Yagami discovers an unusual notebook called the Death Note. When the book's owner writes the name of the person and the way they die, it comes true shortly after. Light begins to test the book and eventually uses it in an effort to rule as a god over Earth.

Wingard will direct from the latest version of the script penned by Jeremy Slater (2015's Fantastic Four, The Lazarus Effect). Warner Bros. is eyeing a spring start date for production.
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Casting: Schwarzenegger, Jane, Williams, McTeer

Scream Queens

A week before launch, Patrick Schwarzenegger ("Stuck In Love," "Grown Ups 2") has joined the cast of Fox's "Scream Queens" horror comedy series.

Series creator Ryan Murphy made the announcement but stayed quiet on character details beyond him playing a relative of an existing cast member. He will first appear in an episode in November. [Source: Twitter]


Thomas Jane is in talks to join "Proxy" director Zack Parker’s independent thriller "Inversion" which begins shooting next spring/early summer in Chicago.

The story follows two polar opposite guys who are connected by their mutual desire for change. As their lives intersect, they question whether they're searching for a change in life or a change in themselves. [Source: Deadline]


Stand-up comedian Katt Williams will join Ed Helms, Owen Wilson, Ving Rhames, J.K. Simmons and Terry Bradshaw in the Larry Sher-directed comedy “Bastards" for Alcon Entertainment and Warner Bros. Pictures. Filming
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Scream Queens Adds Patrick Schwarzenegger to Its All-Star Cast

Scream Queens has added another potential victim to its all-star cast. Model and actor Patrick Schwarzenegger has joined the cast of Fox’s upcoming horror-comedy series. Co-creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy announced the news on Twitter earlier today. “Happy to announce that Patrick Schwarzenegger has joined the cast of Scream Queens,” Murphy wrote, posting a photo of Schwarzenegger. Scream Queens will be Schwarzenegger’s first-ever TV role. The model/actor’s previous film credits include The Benchwarmers, Stuck in Love, and Grown Ups 2. He can also be seen in the upcoming movie Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse. Happy to announce that Patrick Schwarzenegger has joined the cast of Scream Queens — Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) September 11, 2015 As mentioned above, Schwarzenegger joins Scream Queen‘s star-studded cast that already includes Emma Roberts (American Horror Story), Jamie Lee Curtis (New Girl), Skyler Samuels (The Nine Lives of Chloe King
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Patrick Schwarzenegger Joins the Cast of Fox's Scream Queens

Patrick Schwarzenegger Joins the Cast of Fox's Scream Queens
Scream Queens‘ Red Devil just added a (junior) Terminator to its list of potential victims.

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Series creator Ryan Murphy on Friday revealed that Patrick Schwarzenegger is joining the slasher comedy, set to premiere Tuesday, Sept. 22 on Fox.

Happy to announce that Patrick Schwarzenegger has joined the cast of Scream Queens

Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) September 11, 2015

Schwarzenegger will play the relative of an existing character, TVLine has learned, and will make his first appearance in a November episode.

Though Scream Queens marks his small-screen debut, Schwarzenegger has appeared in a number of movies,
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Film adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘The Stand’ will also get a TV miniseries

Two worlds collide in the efforts to bring an epic novel to the big and small screens. While pre-production started over a year ago for the film adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand, news has surfaced that a TV miniseries is in the works that will be paired with this new film adaptation.

As reported by The Wrap, CBS Films and Warner Bros. are in negotiations with Showtime to create an eight-part miniseries that will lead up to the film’s release. Writer/director Josh Boone (The Fault in Our Stars) signed on to write and direct the movie last year and has now agreed to write and direct the miniseries. King is also expected to be involved.

The decision to make The Stand a miniseries and movie, originally conceived as several films, was in order to be able to cover more ground, since the book is an epic novel covering over 800 pages.
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Stephen King’s The Stand 8-Part Miniseries to Lead Up to Feature Film?

Clocking in at over 1,100 pages, the unabridged edition of Stephen King's The Stand is massive. It's fitting, then, that an in-the-works eight-part miniseries could lead up to Josh Boone's upcoming three-hour film adaptation of King's epic work.

TheWrap reports that Warner Bros. and CBS Films are negotiating with Showtime in an effort to move forward with an eight-part miniseries adaptation of King's The Stand. Should it become a reality, the miniseries would lead up to filmmaker Boone's planned three-hour, R-rated feature film adaptation for Warner Bros.

As well as writing and directing the big screen version of The Stand, Boone—a die-hard King fan (see the It discussions and King's awesome phone call cameo in Boone's Stuck In Love)—is also set to pen and helm the miniseries, which is anticipated to begin filming in early 2016.

With 11+ potential hours of onscreen adaptation time, Boone could properly dig into
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New Mutants Director Shows Off The Impressive Depths Of His X-Men Fanhood

Following in the footsteps of Bryan Singer, Brett Ratner, Gavin Hood, Matthew Vaughn and James Mangold, director Josh Boone became the latest filmmaker to join the X-Men franchise this week when it was announced that he would be helming a new title called The New Mutants. Given that Boone's last two films were the romantic dramadies Stuck in Love and The Fault In Our Stars, many have wondered what his comic book credentials are - but now he has impressively put them on display. My X-Men collection. This is only a small part of my comic library.— Josh Boone (@JoshBooneMovies) May 14, 2015 Clearly excited about the fact that he will soon be directing an X-Men movie, Josh Boone has been using his personal Twitter account these past few days to show off his deep, long love for not only the X-Men characters, but comics in ...
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New TV spot debuts for Paper Towns

20th Century Fox has started to ramp up the promotional material for its summer romantic drama Paper Towns by debuting a new TV spot for the July release.

Based on the Ya novel by John Green (The Fault in Our Stars), Paper Towns stars Nat Wolff (Stuck In Love) and Cara Delevingne (Suicide Squad) and centers on Quentin (Wolff) and his enigmatic neighbor Margo (Delevingne), who loved mysteries so much she became one. After taking him on an all-night adventurethrough their hometown, Margo suddenly disappears–leaving behind cryptic clues for Quentin to decipher.

Written by Stars writers Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, Paper Towns is directed by Robot and Frank‘s Jake Schreier, and is released in Us cinemas on July 24th, with a UK release on August 24th.
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