Stephen King’s Christine is getting a reboot. A novel originally written by King that was later adapted into a film by John Carpenter, Christine A simple horror story about a cursed car that has a mind of its own. Nearly four decades after the first film was released, a new film adaptation at Sony Pictures and Blumhouse has entered the early stages of development.
Brian Fuller is on board to direct the new Christine, and Word is his idea to set the remake in the ’80s and remain faithful to the source material. Jason Blum will produce for Blumhouse with Vincenzo Natalie and Steven Hoban. Peter Kang will oversee the Sony Pictures project. It is unclear at this time whether King is personally involved, and no additional information about the film has yet been revealed.
going in Christine, Fuller comes with some experience as a filmmaker in the horror genre. She . are very famous for adopting the story of the silence of the Lambs Cannibal Hannibal Lecter for small screen series Hannibal With Mads Mikkelsen in the role. Fuller has also appeared in other acclaimed shows such as dead Like Me, wonderfalls, pushing Daisies, and american god, As well as star trek shows Sailor and deep space nine. More recently, they co-produced Star Trek: Discovery For CBS All Access/Paramount+.
Christine, the 1983 film adaptation, was written by Bill Phillips and is based on Stephen King’s novel of the same name. It follows Ernie Cunningham (Keith Gordon), a bullied teenager whose life is changed forever when he comes into the possession of a 1958 Plymouth Fury named Christine. Not only does the car seem to have a life of its own, but it is exclusively owned by Arnie, who appears to back down on those who harmed the teen.
Widely regarded as one of John Carpenter’s best works, Christine One of the most popular films of the 1980s. It also serves as one of the most famous adaptations of the Stephen King book. Along with Keith Gordon in the lead role, the film also stars John Stockwell, Alexandra Paul, Robert Prosky and Harry Dean Stanton. Also appearing in small roles in the film were Roberts Blossom and Kelly Preston.
While there has never been any sort of sequel, King once talked about the possibility. In a 2001 interview with Randy Lofissier, King clarified that he was not excited at the idea of doing so. Christine II, although that doesn’t mean he didn’t have any vague concepts for it.
“God, I don’t want to go back through this again!” The king cried at that time. “Once was enough! All I can think of is that if the parts are recycled, you’ll end up with a homicidal Cuisinart like this, or something like that! That would be great!”
Nothing else has been said about it yet Christine remake, and no release date has yet been set by Sony Pictures and Blumhouse. In the meantime, we can certainly expect this news to spark a variety of opinions from horror fans, as is the case any time a reboot of a classic film is announced. Luckily, with a talent like Fuller, it looks like it’s in good hands. This news comes to us from Deadline.
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