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Marilyn Manson Records Cover of “The End” for THE STAND Remake & Will Appear in the Miniseries

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“This is the end, beautiful friend…”

It’s been almost six months since we first got wind of a new adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand, in the works at CBS All. THR previously reported:

Stephen King’s post-apocalyptic epic best-seller The Stand is coming to CBS All Access. Following a prolonged deal making process, the SVOD platform on Wednesday announced a straight-to-series, 10-episode order for a drama based on the novel of the same name. Josh Boone, who was previously attached to write a feature film based on the epic novel, is set to pen the script alongside Ben Cavell (Justified, Homeland). The Stand has long been a passion project for [Josh] Boone.

Related Article: Mick Garris & Stephen King Talk THE STAND’s 25th Anniversary and Discuss the Upcoming Reboot

Now, we’re getting word that shock-rocker Marilyn Manson has recorded new music for the upcoming reboot–and that he even has a role in the miniseries. This time, the news came our way via Revolver:

Manson: “Shooter [Jennings] and I did a cover of ‘The End’ by the Doors, for a new miniseries of The Stand by Stephen King, which I’m also going to be acting in.”

You can check out Manson crooning another famous cover below.

Are you excited for another adaptation of The Stand? Are you looking forward to hearing some new music from Marilyn Manson and seeing him in the miniseries? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! You can also carry on the convo with me personally on Twitter @josh_millican.

Written by Josh Millican

Josh Millican is the Editor in Chief at Dread Central.

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