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Stephen King reveals what he loves about the new remake of the original

Stephen King reveals what he loves about the new remake of the original

There’s a New Adaptation of Stephen King Now in Theaters and on Peacock fire starterWith the nature of being an adaptation of a novel, fans instinctively compare it to its predecessor, including comparisons to the 1984 film inspired by the novel. While the new film remains largely faithful to the source material and will draw on the similarities of the previous film, some changes have been made, with King recently pointing to some of the reasons he thinks this new take on the material. The move is an improvement. From the first released film.

“If you compare David Keith to Andy McGee [in the 1984 film] and zac efron [in the new Firestarter]I think Efron wins the fight because he seems a lot more intelligent and he lies to the kid a lot less,” King shared Vanity Fair, “in the original fire starter There’s a lot in the movie, ‘Oh, Charlie, it’s going to be all right.’ There’s nothing that heightens my hack so much as lying to a kid. This character, this iteration of Andy McGee, doesn’t do that. I think Zac Efron did a great job. This is a huge part. And he pulled it off.”

This performance isn’t the only one that King prefers for the original, as he shared that he was the George C. also endorsed the casting of Michael Greyze for the character of Rainbird in the role of Scott.

“I had already read the script and I thought to myself, Well, what they have done here is they have focused the story and made it a family story. And I love it. He has key beats in the story. And thank God, he got a real Native American to play John Rainbird. It was a step in the right direction,” the writer revealed. “He’s great. There’s a lot of authenticity to that performance. It’s an inner, powerful performance.”

The casting decisions aren’t the only part of this reboot King, as he expressed that the version happily surprised the audience with his use of Andy’s powers and his attempts to use them for good, even though it left audiences wondering. There may have been some seriously negated moments.

“Sometimes people in the film think about things and you say, ‘I wish I had done that.’ In this film, Andy becomes a kind of counselor to try to get people out of their bad habits. And he does this by ‘pushing’ them. In the beginning there is a woman who smokes and he talks to her. has been.” The king explained. “That was a really cool twist on that. On the other hand, there was a scene in the book that isn’t in the movie where he pushes a man to put his hand in the garbage disposal and turn it on. That would have been great.”

new fire starter In theaters and now on Peacock.

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