Bag of Bones
Another actress has been thrown into the macabre mix that will be A&E's four-hour adaptation of the Stephen King novel "Bag of Bones" from director Mick Garris. Read on for the details!
Some more casting news has broken for the upcoming A&E adaptation of the Stephen King tale "Bag of Bones". An actor has joined the cast that's sure to turn more than a few heads, both big and small.
Never count out Stephen King. He may not be seeing his Dark Tower on the big screen as soon as everyone had hoped, but thanks to A&E an adaptation of another of his books, Bag of Bones, has been greenlit for the small screen by A&E.
With Mick Garris' adaptation of the Stephen King novel Bag of Bones going before cameras very soon, the first bit of casting news has slinked its way online and we have it for you right here! Dig it!
Another adaptation of a Stephen King tale is gearing up to go in front of cameras with Mick Garris at the helm, and we've got the first few details ready to rock for you right here. Dig it! According to Sea and Be Scene, a mini-series based on Stephen King’s award-winning novel Bag of Bones will begin shooting in Nova Scotia July 6th, 2011, continuing through to August 31st, 2011.
While attending the Never Sleep Again signing event held this weekend at Dark Delicacies in Burbank, Dread Central had the opportunity to speak with Master of Horror Mick Garris, who caught us up on what he’ll be doing next.
On February 10th one of horror’s most beloved storytellers, Mick Garris, is giving fans a unique experience with his new FEARnet series, <
On February 10th one of horror’s most beloved storytellers, Mick Garris, is giving fans a unique experience with his new FEARnet series, Post Mortem with Mick Garris. Garris, a lifelong horror fan and industry veteran, will sit down with some of the genre’s biggest names to talk about their new projects as well as to discuss what they love about horror.
Fangoria Radio got to chatting with Masters of Horror creator Mick Garris the other night, who revealed, unsurprisingly, that he is off to do Stephen King’s Bag of Bones as his next film according to Fango. The story is about an author who retreats to his lake house in order to try writing again after the loss of his wife.
Word’s been flying all over the web today that Mick Garris is, officially, no longer involved with the NBC Masters of Horror re-creation, Fear Itself. Of course, Mick had to officially exit the project when the writer’s strike began, but we decided to drop him a line and confirm that he's still off now that the strike has ended, as well as verify the directors' names that were revealed yesterday.