Sony is teaming up with MRC to finance the long-awaited adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower, with a TV series also in the works.
Although The Dark Tower isn't moving forward at this time, concept artist Gregory Hill's illustrations and videos give us a glimpse at what director Ron Howard was planning.
Director Ron Howard is teaming up with Media Rights Capital and possibly Netflix on this adaptation of Stephen King's saga.
The actor has met with director Ron Howard about playing a major role in this sprawling adaptation of the Stephen King novels.
The director reveals that the project has never fully gone away, and that he underestimated the media interest in this sprawling Stephen King adaptation.
Ron Howard's multi-platform adaptation gets shot down by another studio, offering little hope that it will ever be made.
Writer Akiva Goldsman has delivered a new script with Warner Bros., reportedly deciding if they will give the green light within the next two weeks.
Javier Bardem is loosely attached to star as Roland Deschain in the Stephen King adaptation, although it depends on his availability.
The producer is still searching for a studio home to finance the movie trilogy, but the miniseries will air on the pay cable network.
Producer Brian Grazer reveals that director Ron Howard is seeking independent financing for this multi-platform project based on Stephen King's Roland Deschain novel series.
The studio pulls out of the massive multi-platform project that consists of a theatrical trilogy and two TV seasons.
Director Ron Howard said the actor, 'has shown a great deal of interest' although he is not confirmed to play Roland Deschain yet.
Universal Pictures is not dropping the project, but is trying to trim the budget on this massive three-picture adaptation of Stephen King's novel series.
Although the multi-platform project is still officially moving forward, questions about the budget have arisen.
Rumors prevail after months of speculation. Ron Howard officially casts the leading role of the highly anticipated adaptation.Brian B.
The Battlestar Galactica scribe will executive produce and pen the NBC TV series set to debut after the first theatrical movie.
The actor will play Roland Deschain in Ron Howard's highly-anticipated adaptation of the Stephen King novel series.
Producer Brian Grazer reveals that the actor wants to play Roland Deschain, though he hasn't officially signed on.
The Oscar-nominated Biutiful star hasn't entered into talks for Ron Howard's trilogy based on Stephen King's novel series.