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Warner Bros. and CBS Films are reportedly in talks with the network about an eight-part miniseries that will culminate in the movie adaptation, which has Josh Boone on board as director.
The 'Fault in Our Stars' helmer teases that he will 'do 'The Stand' at the highest level' with a cast 'that's going to blow people's minds.'
The Oscar-winning actor may take part in the films about Bre-X Mineral Corporation mining scandal and Stephen King's post-apocalyptic horror.
Warner Bros. eyes Josh Boone to direct an adaptation of Stephen King's book, while Disney wants Ruben Fleischer to helm 'Home Alone'-esque family adventure movie.
The 'Captain Phillips' helmer is reportedly WB's top choice to direct the adaptation of Stephen King's novel, while Vin Diesel wants to work with the 'Life of Pi' director for the 'Kojak' movie.
As his commitment to his new starring gig, the 'Argo' actor decides to exit Stephen King's 'The Stand', which he was set to direct.
Warner Bros. Pictures picks the 'Company Men' actor to direct the film project, which was previously reported to be helmed by 'Harry Potter' filmmaker David Yates.
David Yates and Steve Kloves are reported to take the helming and writing duty for a multi-movie version of the Stephen King novel.
The book's author Stephen King says he would love to see Gyllenhaal taking the lead role of Stuart Redman and Thornton in another part.
Warner Bros. and CBS Films are joining forces to adapt the book which tells a story of good vs. evil after a virus wipes out most of the American population.