New York Magazine’s Vulture
So with Harry Potter coming to an end, Warner Brothers is looking to secure itself a brand new franchise to turn into a yearly cash cow … and man, do they have some kickin’ source material to choose from.
According to New York Magazine’s Vulture, the studio’s top priority is a multi-picture adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand. The sources relate to them that Potter director David Yates is flying into town tomorrow and has been re-reading King’s epic-length supernatural classic.
Once there Yates will decide if he wants to do the film sometime in the next two weeks. It is a big commitment as the studio wants to split the giant book into three parts.
Look for more on this one as it comes.
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