Stephen King is one of the most recognized writers of horror movies, thanks to Carrie, The Shining and Itemamong many other titles, which have left the paper to be adapted for film and television.
One of the most recent adaptations based on the American writer was the remake of Item, which consisted of two installments that generated large box office revenues. After these tapes, the public wonders when we will see something based on Stephen King’s novels again.
Here we tell you about some adaptations of Stephen King books that will be released soon in theaters and streaming platforms.
Welcome To Derry
Fans of Pennywise the Clown will be pleased to know that the 2017 adaptation of Item It will have a continuation in the form of a series, which will be broadcast through HBO Max.
Welcome To Derry It will tell the origins of Pennywise, the main villain of the franchise created and published by Stephen King, this spin off does not yet have an official release date.
Salem’s Lot Mystery
Stephen King’s second novel will arrive in 2023 to tell a vampire story by filmmaker Gary Dauberman, who was in charge of writing the script for Anabelle, The Conjuring and Item (2017).
The Salem’s Lot Mystery is being produced by New Line and Warner Bros although it has not been confirmed if it will hit theaters or directly to any platform. streaming.
The most recent Stephen King novel published just a few weeks ago already has a confirmed film adaptation which will be directed by Paul Greengrass.
fairy tale tells the story of a boy and his dog who venture into a universe full of fantasy.
This story tells us the life of Billings, a man who decides to go to a psychiatrist due to a trauma generated by the murder of his children, who before dying in a mysterious way shouted “Boogeyman!”.
The Boogeyman It will arrive in 2023 with Sophie Thatcher and David Dastmalchian as protagonists.
Mr Harrigan’s Phone
The film will star Jaeden Martell and Donald Sutherland, who have appeared in other films such as Item Y moonfall.
Mr Harrigan’s Phone It will arrive on Netflix on October 5.
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