A few weeks ago it was confirmed that the cult classic “Christine – The Killer Car” will be getting a remake and will feature Bryan Fuller (“Hannibal”) in the director’s chair, along with Jason Blum and Sony Pictures in charge. from production. .
Now, in an interview with CinemaBlend, Blum has commented on the first adaptation of Stephen King’s novel for the big screen, talking about the differences and taking the opportunity to clarify that the new version is still far from being released.
“Yeah. [O filme de John Carpenter] it’s very different from the book – and we’re at a very early stage, so we don’t have a script or anything to compare it to. We are still talking about ideas. So there is not much to say about it. We’re a long way from rolling and, with luck, we’ll get there, but we have a long way to go with this project ”.
The new version is expected to take place in the 80s and will be more faithful to the source material.
In addition to directing, Fuller will also be responsible for the script for the new adaptation. Vincenzo Natali and Steven Hoban enter as original producers.
Directed by Carpenter, the 1983 feature film revolved around Arnie Cunningham, a shy guy who buys the shell of a red 1957 Plymouth Fury car and feverishly devotes himself to its restoration. However, the car is aware, in addition to a murderous past, and begins to change the life of the young man and everyone around him in deadly ways.
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