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Firestarter director teases “all kinds of ideas” for expanding Stephen King franchise

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Stephen King’s Nature fire starter The novel, its tease of figures with supernatural abilities and nefarious, secret organizations, means there are opportunities to dive deeper into the unknown corners of this universe, Keith Thomas, director of the novel’s latest adaptation, notes that there are many avenues that lead to Could potentially be explored in a follow-up film. Back in 2019, a new adaptation of pet Sematary was brought to life, which is getting an upcoming prequel on Paramount+, proving that the continuation of fire starter The world can be distributed in different ways. fire starter in theaters and on May 13 on Peacock.

“I’m always down, I’m always down. I think we have all kinds of ideas for where this could go,” Thomas shared with ComicBook.com on how this narrative could potentially continue. Did. “Obviously Stephen King didn’t write the sequel. So all those things would need to be explored, but I feel like we’ve created a world in it, and some of the characters that I think certainly expand their stories.” , can expand and move forward.”

In addition to the ability to tell an out-of-this-world story before being immersed in this specific story, the conclusion also comes with some ambiguity and unanswered questions, confirming that there will be a prequel, sequel, or even spinoff that will follow this. unfold in a parallel timeline, all possible.

The film has been described as, “For more than a decade, parents Andy (Zac Efron; extremely wicked, shockingly evil and loathsome; the greatest showman) and Vicky (Sydney Lemon; Fear the Walking Dead, Succession) his daughter Charlie (Ryan Keira Armstrong; American Horror Story: Double Feature, The Tomorrow War) from an obscure federal agency that wants to use its phenomenal gift to cause fire to a weapon of mass destruction. Andy teaches Charlie how to deactivate his power, which stems from anger or pain. But as Charlie turns 11, the fire gets harder and harder to control. The family’s location is revealed after an incident, a mysterious operative (Michael Greyes; Wild Indian, Rutherford Falls) is deployed to hunt down the family and capture Charlie forever. Charlie has other plans.”

fire starter in theaters and on May 13 on Peacock.

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