Stephen King described the difficulty of condensing the long book series of «The Dark Tower» into a 95-minute film.
Why the Dark Tower failed critically and commercially this summer, author Stephen King revealed in an interview about his recent and upcoming adaptations. /Film Blogging the Reel World
Roland (Idris Elba) in Columbia Pictures’ The Dark Tower. Jessica Miglio/Sony Pictures Sony was right to bet on The Dark Tower , even though it was a massive flop.
Why Dark Tower Failed, According To Stephen King December. 29.17 – by Seth McDonald The wonderfully weird Stephen King has given his thoughts on why the adaptation of his Dark Tower …
There was, however, one dark spot in all of these triumphs: The Dark Tower, the long-awaited film adaptation of King’s western-fantasy epic starring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey. Despite a long build-up to its release and plenty of fan anticipation, the film was both a critical and commercial failure, earning just $111 million worldwide.
Related: Stephen King Thinks Dark Tower 2 Should Be R-Rated The Dark Tower gestated for a very long time in the Hollywood system. It is a massive saga that carries a lot of weight.
Author Stephen King, the mind behind The Dark Tower series of novels, says the recent big screen adaptation starring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey failed because it was a PG-13 tentpole.
There’s a sneaking suspicion that the film adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower is going to become a future curiosity among fans of the author’s work. While the film didn’t light the box
Stephen King has spoken out on why he thinks The Dark Tower failed. The prolific author’s work has always been ripe for adaptation (See: Carrie, The Shining, Children of the Corn , and a trove of other classics), but this year has been particularly fruitful.
King also points out that the movie’s PG-13 rating kept The Dark Tower from really dealing with the books’ “extremely violent” content, which is kind of a safe answer that keeps King from
Titles on “The Dark Tower” Soundtrack are CODED CLUES for Stephen King Fans by Joshua Millican on July 8, 2017 This article may or may not contain spoilers for Nikolaj Arcel’s The Dark Tower, arriving in US Theaters on August 4th.