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New Details Shared For Stephen King’s SALEM’S LOT Movie and The Release Date Pushed Back — GeekTyrant

One of probably the most thrilling things that I noticed at CinemaCon this year was the primary trailer for the upcoming movie adaptation of Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot. That trailer has but to be launched, however rattling… it regarded like a terrific film!

Lewis Pullman (Bad Times on the El Royale, Top Gun: Maverick) stars within the movie, and he’ll tackle the function of writer Ben Mears, “a man who returns to his childhood home of Jerusalem’s Lot in search of inspiration for his next book only to discover his hometown is being preyed upon by a vampire, leading him to band together with a ragtag group that will fight the evil presence.”

We’ve now bought a couple of new particulars to share with you, together with the truth that the film is “set circa 1975 (when King’s book was first published).” They additionally launched the next synopsis: “Haunted by an incident from his childhood, author Ben Mears returns to his hometown of Jerusalem’s Lot in search of inspiration for his next book, only to discover the town is being preyed upon by a bloodthirsty vampire and his loyal servant.”

It was additionally introduced that the discharge date of the movie has been pushed back. The film was initially purported to be launched on September ninth, 2022. Now we’ve to attend till April twenty first, 2023, which sucks! Deadline explains that the delay is because of Covid-related points within the post-production course of.

The movie is ready up at New Line Cinema and it was written and directed by Gary Dauberman (It, The Nun, Annabelle Comes Home). The film additionally stars Jordan Preston Carter as Mark Petrie, Alfre Woodard as Dr. Cody, Makenzie Leigh as Susan Norton, John Benjamin Hickey as Father Callahan, and William Sadler in an unannounced function.

I’ve been very enthusiastic about this film, and I’m bummed out that we’ve to attend till subsequent year to have the ability to watch it. You can watch our response video to the footage we noticed right here.

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