Stranger Things Creators, Steven Spielberg Adapting Stephen King’s Talisman for Netflix


The creators of Stranger Things have discovered their subsequent venture for Netflix.

The Duffer Brothers are collaborating with Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television and Paramount Television Studios to adapt Stephen King’s The Talisman for the streaming platform, per The Hollywood Reporter. Curtis Gwinn, a author and govt producer on Stranger Things, will function showrunner on the venture.

The Talisman was written by Stephen King and Peter Straub. The fantasy novel follows a teenage boy named Jack Sawyer looking for the Talisman, an object that may heal his dying mom and save the world. Sawyer journeys throughout America and “the Territories,” a grim parallel world to our personal.

Spielberg bought the display screen rights for The Talisman in 1982, 2 years earlier than the e-book was even printed. In 2019, Mike Barker, a frequent director on The Handmaid’s Tale, was concerned in adapting the work right into a characteristic.

The Duffer Brothers are presently busy engaged on Season 4 of Stranger Things, which is anticipated to premiere later this 12 months. The collection has expanded its forged for the subsequent season, nabbing actors like A Nightmare on Elm Street’s Robert Englund and Game of Thrones’ Tom Wlaschiha.

The Talisman marks the subsequent venture in a line of current Stephen King variations from Hollywood, together with the Doctor Sleep, the It movies, HBO’s The Outsider and Hulu’s Castle Rock. In 2017, Netflix launched two King variations, Gerald’s Game and 1922.

J. Kim Murphy is a contract leisure author.




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