Veteran filmmaker Steven Spielberg is collaborating with Stranger Issues creators Matt and Ross Duffer for an upcoming adaptation of have a good time writer Stephen King’s The Talisman.
The e-book, which was penned by King and Peter Straub in 1984, might be changed into a collection for streamer Netflix, in line with The Hollywood Reporter. The Duffer brothers, whose smash hit Netflix present Stranger Issues has been closely impressed by King’s work, will govt produce the collection.
Netflix will produce the undertaking in affiliation with Spielberg’s Amblin Tv and Paramount Tv Studios. Curtis Gwinn, who labored as a writer-exec producer on Stranger Issues, will function author and showrunner of the present.
The Talisman tells the story of Jack Sawyer, a 12-year outdated boy who units off on an epic road-trip quest to avoid wasting the lifetime of his dying mom. He’s seeking the Talisman, a robust relic that may not solely heal his mom however, as he learns, save the world. Sawyer’s journey criss-crosses two realities: the America we all know and its harmful, fantasy-world twin, The Territories.
Matt and Ross Duffer will govt produce through their Monkey Bloodbath Productions, together with Spielberg, Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey for Amblin TV. King additionally would function an govt producer, together with Paramount Tv.