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'Dark Tower' Concept Art Brings First Look at Cancelled Stephen King Adaptation

movieweb.com – While it remains to be seen if director Ron Howard's sprawling adaptation of The Dark Tower will ever get off the ground, the filmmaker revealed in September that the project is still not dead yet. Initially envisioned as a theatrical trilogy with two limited run TV series in between each movie, The Dark Tower would have been one of the most ambitious projects in film and television history, although Universal ultimately passed on the project, with Warner Bros. 5 years 17 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Producer Akiva Goldsman Says THE DARK TOWER is Not Officially Back On; No Casting Decisions Are Being Made

collider.com – We’ve been talking about a film adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower for quite some time now, but after Ron Howard announced that the folks involved took “a vow of silence” about its progress, they did just that and we hadn’t heard anything about it since. However, that all changed just a few weeks ago when Aaron Paul said that he’s sat down with Howard to discuss playing Eddie Dean in the film. 5 years 36 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Aaron Paul Says He's Had "A Ton Of Meetings" With Ron Howard For 'The Dark Tower' As Project May Be Back On

fb.indiewire.com – Last time we checked in on the long-brewing ambitious adaptation of “The Dark Tower,” Ron Howard had been courting streaming giant Netflix but word at the time was to wait until all the madness surrounding season four of “Arrested Development” died down before seriously considering anything. And here we are, six months later, with news that seems to point to actual progress on the iconic Stephen King saga. 5 years 38 weeks ago via brucelee
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Liam Neeson rumored to be interested in a role in Ron Howard's The Dark Tower

joblo.com – I'm fairly certain almost everyone loved yesterday's news about Aaron Paul meeting with Ron Howard for THE DARK TOWER. He'd be perfect as Eddie Dean in my opinion, and like most of you, I was just happy to read something good about the difficult project. After the news surfaced, Schmoes Know decided to do some digging, and they may have found out what's going on with THE DARK... 5 years 39 weeks ago via brucelee
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Ron Howard On The Status Of THE DARK TOWER

comicbookmovie.com – The development on the adaptation of the Stephen King Dark Tower novel series has been long and tumultuous to say the least. Three years and counting, the project doesn't appear to be any further along in the development stage and there haven't been any updates in quite a bit. So does that mean Ron Howard has officially dropped the project? 6 years 5 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Ron Howard's 'The Dark Tower' Adaptation Still Alive

screenrant.com – Ron Howard's adaptation of Stephen King's 'The Dark Tower' - possibly starring Russell Crowe as the Gunslinger - could be moving forward soon. 6 years 22 weeks ago via jackiechan

What's Popping: Tony Scott, 'Hobbit' 48-FPS Ticket Prices, 'Videodrome' remake, 'Dark Tower' Falls, 'Rocketeer' Flys Again

1:34 PM 8/26/2012 by Binh Ngo
Tony Scott
Tony Scott, younger brother of Ridley Scott, died this past Sunday after jumping off the Vincent Thomas Bridge in Los Angeles in an apparent suicide. He was 68. It was first reported that he may have inoperable brain cancer, but that was immediately refuted by family members, so the motive behind his suicide remains a mystery.

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Warner Bros. Passes On 'Dark Tower'

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feedproxy.google.com – An adaptation of Stephen King’s opus The Dark Tower won't be hitting screens, big or small, anytime soon. Warner Bros. has passed on the project, making it the second studio to do so. 7 years 9 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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Warner Bros Has 'Dark Tower' Decision Looming: And Russell Crowe Is In The Mix

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deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: I’m told that Warner Bros is getting a new script from Akiva Goldsman for the first installment of Stephen King’s mammoth Western The Dark Tower, and that within two weeks, the studio will be making a decision on whether to green light the first leg of one of the most daring and ambitious projects to come along since The Lord of the Rings. 7 years 11 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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Ron Howard Offers Hope For ‘The Dark Tower’

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screenrant.com – Over the last year or so three big budget films from A-list filmmakers were put on hold by Hollywood studios due to their massive costs. The Lone Ranger had Johnny Depp starring as sidekick Tonto, with Jerry Bruckheimer producing and Gore Verbinski calling the shots. At The Mountains of Madness had Guillermo Del Toro attached to direct with Tom Cruise starring and James Cameron producing, while the final film was Ron Howard’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series, with Oscar-winning screenwriter Akiva Goldsman penning the script and Javier Bardem in the lead role. 7 years 23 weeks ago via jetli
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