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 No.195651

"Hannibal" and "Star Trek: Discovery" creator Bryan Fuller is attached to make his feature directing debut with an adaptation of the Stephen King novel "Christine," which Fuller is developing with Sony Pictures. Jason Blum will produce for Blumhouse, along with Vincenzo Natali and Steven Hoban.

The project is still in the early stages as Fuller writes the screenplay. King's novel is set in the late 1970s, about a 17-year-old named Arnie who fixes up a 1958 Plymouth Fury that, naturally, is haunted by its previous, not-such-a-nice-guy owner, who named the car Christine. Soon, Arnie begins taking on the old owner's personality and appearance, and the car seems to have it out for his best friend, new girlfriend and anyone else getting between Arnie and Christine.

This is Fuller's first foray into features after three decades in television, including creating cult 2000s series "Wonderfalls" and "Pushing Daisies." Fuller left his two most recent shows - "Discovery" and "American Gods" - after disagreements with their respective networks, CBS All Access and Starz. Fuller previously adapted a different King novel, "Carrie," as a 2002 TV movie for NBC, which David Carson directed.

In 1983, Columbia Pictures released a feature adaptation of "Christine" directed by John Carpenter, written by Bill Phillips, and starring Keith Gordon. Lately, King has been on a lengthy hot streak, with a regular procession of adaptations, including most recently "Lisey's Story" for Apple TV Plus, which King adapted and executive produced himself.

https://deadline.com/2021/06/stephen-king-christine-remake-bryan-fuller-sony-pictures-blumhouse-1234771228/

 No.195653

>directlinking
kill yourself

 No.195664

>>195653
Maybe I will, then what?

 No.195687

>>195664
You're not OP

 No.195712

>blumhouse
Does this mean he won't be fucking with The Thing?

 No.195762

>christine
That movie made me like Stephen King when I was a young kid. Then I found out he was a libtard.

 No.195765

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 No.195948

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>>195765
Except when it doesn't

 No.196254

>>195765
>colbert report
oh god don't remind me of jon stewart

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 No.196277

>>195765
Where's your liberal bias when you've got no food. Pass the dutchie to the left hand side.

 No.196294

>>196277
Failed socialist regimes are right wing, fucktard.

 No.196298

>>196294
Were the famines in the ussr right wing?

 No.196317

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What did John Carpenter mean by this?

 No.196568

>>196317
A woman's putting her clothes on? LOL

 No.196577

>>196317
I wish the movie ended with them driving into the sunset.

 No.196602

>>195762
Politcal ideology aside, he's pretty mediocre as an artist in general.

>>195765
>Stephen Colbert
He will never be Phil Ken Sebben.

 No.197347

The books is better than Carpenter film. Overrated director nigger lover.



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