Stephen King & J.J. Abrams Tease “Really Scary” Anthology Series
Apple TV+ is about to get a much needed injection of horror thanks to the collaborative pairing of Stephen King & J.J. Abrams for miniseries adaptation of King’s novel Lisey’s Story. However, it seems that the masters of Horror, film and TV are not done yet, as they tease something “Really Scary”.
Talking to The Wrap, King said:
“I’ve talked with JJ Abrams a lot about a possible anthology series of tiny horrors. We got really down and dirty about it and talked about things that were really, really scary.”
“I’ve got a creative relationship with J.J. Abrams that goes back to Lost, when Entertainment Weekly put us together and we had a talk about that show. A bunch of us went out and saw a scary movie and I’ve been in touch with J.J. since then. [Bad Robot has] got a great organization, and they give great Christmas presents. I love working with them. It’s been a great relationship.”
J.J. Abrams had previously delved into the world of Stephen King for the short lived Castle Rock tv series, which ran for two seasons. The show took place in King’s fictional town of Castle Rock and involved many characters from his books. Lets hope that the next King And Abrams crossover will be something special.
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