Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Stephen King's "It" May Be On Track For The Big Screen

Dan Lin told Collider the following during an interview:
According to the always accurate IMDb — I’ve asked you this before — you’re linked to, like, fifteen different things.  What’s actually bubbling up for you in terms of projects that are nearing the greenlight or things that you’re really thinking could go soon?
LIN:  My next hope movie I hope is The Brotherhood.  It’s to be directed José Padilha, who directed Robocop.  So we’re out to cast on that.  It’s genre that I love — cops, gangsters.  Based on true story, a mob/cop story in 1980s New York.  So we hope to shoot that in the fall.  Then Cary Fukunaga is writing and directing Stephen King’s It for me, and I’m really excited for that.  So I’m hoping that’ll be his next movie after the indie he’s shooting in Africa.  So I love what he did with True Detective.  I think it’s a great sample for Stephen King’s It.  So I’m really excited about that.

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