Stephen King’s The Bone Church Headed to TV
It’s been a bit quite on the Stephen King front for awhile. Well you can relax, as here’s some more King news to add to the tidal flood of work been developed based on the authors work. Deadline report that Chris Long and David Ayer’s Cedar Park Entertainment has acquired Stephen King’s The Bone Church and will turning the narrative poem into a television seriers. King wrote the poem in 1960s. but later revised it and published as part of a King anthology, The Bazaar of Bad Dreams.
An adventurer organizes an expedition deep into a vast jungle land to locate the mythic Bone Church. They discover a secret not meant for the eyes of strangers. Only three of the 32 travelers escaped with their lives in a tale narrated by one of the survivors, who tells stories from a bar stool to patrons who’ll buy him drinks.
Alongside this announcement, King also has the second part of IT due out in 2019, with director Andy Muschietti returning for the sequel, and the upcoming Hulu series Castle Rock. Even more extincting, Mike Flanagan just signed on the direct sequel to The Shining, Doctor Sleep.