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Fans of Stephen King’s Magnum Opus The Dark Tower are elated that the long-gestating film project is finally moving forward, but some of the casting news has them scratching their heads. Now, King may have let some big info drop.
Sony Pictures has greenlit the long-gestating adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower, a seven-book series that could produce as many films, or may venture off into television for a portion of its run. The first movie in the series has a director, a cast and a release date. Why don’t we start there?
A young up and comer from this year's Sundance Film Festival is currently in talks for a major part in the upcoming Dark Tower adaptation.
A new role has been cast in The Dark Tower, and while we can't tell you who it is, we can say that the person chosen to fill the vacancy is pretty awesome. Read on to see which Vikings star is about to head to Mid-World.
It will never become normal to see casting news about The Dark Tower after decades of fans wanting to see it happen, and years of attempts, the first film is truly moving forward. But once again, it moves forward in odd ways.
The Dark Tower has probably made one of the more interesting casting decisions that the Stephen King franchise could have ever made. Read on to see how Jackie Earle Haley may fit into the history of the gunslinging franchise.
While it may have taken years for The Dark Tower to finally see its green light, now that it’s happened, production is going, literally, guns blazing.
Just when you thought it was safe to let the subject of Aaron Paul's supposed casting in The Dark Tower rest, the man himself has done some hardcore lobbying as a response.
After years of lobbying, there's a chance that Aaron Paul may have snagged his dream role in The Dark Tower. Read on to get the details.
Earlier today, the big screen adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower took a massive step forward – but it’s a step being taken after years and years of being idle. J.J. Abrams first started developing the film version of the story back in 2007, and since then the project has seen major ups, as well as devastating downs.
The Dark Tower plans to begin shooting in the next few weeks, aiming for a January 13, 2017 release date. Are you excited to see Roland and his ka-tet finally making it to the big screen?
After a long series of false starts and stops, The Dark Tower finally has some momentum. They even have a female lead, but fans of Stephen King's books have some questions about the character.
For as many times as we've see The Dark Tower get close to becoming a motion picture, Stephen King has probably seen it happen a couple times more. Which makes his recent comments on the matter all the more intriguing.
This news that Idris Elba might play the lead in the film adaptation of The Dark Tower has been met with some backlash because it changes the race of the character. The film's writer and producer has his own thoughts on the controversy
While the first movie in The Dark Tower series hasn’t even been officially greenlit, the project is still moving forward like they’re expecting the call to get started any day now.
In the battle to bring The Dark Tower to the silver screen, a revolving door of leading men have been attached to the role of Roland, the Gunslinger. However, none of those names have been as exciting as the one we're about lay down, once you've clicked through.
There have been numerous movies and TV series based on Stephen King stories. Through all of them, his magnum opus The Dark Tower has remained unadapted.
The Dark Tower has offered Matthew McConaughey not one, but two prime roles for its big screen adaptation. To be honest, while both are quite exciting, there's one we're a little more amped about than the other. Read on to see how we stand on the matter.
Columbia and Lionsgate Films have forgone tradition and gallantly decided to go head to head, as The Dark Tower and Power Rangers, respectively, are both now going to be released on January 13th, 2017.
Stephen King’s Dark Tower saga stretched over seven main books that took him decades to write and publish. King’s own accident, when he was hit by a van while walking, inspired him to hunker down and finish the saga in 2003, so that he (and his fans) could have closure on Roland’s all-encompassing journey.