Lewis Pullman to headline the difference of Stephen King’s novel “Salem’s Lot”
Actor Lewis Pullman will star in Salem’s Lot, the upcoming 1975 adaptation of Stephen King’s novel of the same name.
The project comes from New Line Cinema and, according to The Hollywood Reporter, has Gary Dauberman as the writer and director.
Dauberman is no stranger to the world of King’s novels, having previously written the Warner Bros. series “It”, which was adapted from the author’s 1986 novel.
In Salem’s Lot, Pullman, son of Hollywood veteran Bill Pullman, will play author Ben Mears, a man who returns to his childhood home in Jerusalem’s Lot in search of inspiration for his next book.
He discovers that his hometown is being chased by a vampire, which leads him to assemble a diverse group to fight the evil presence.
James Wan will produce the film with Atomic Monster partners Michael Clear and Judson Scott. Roy Lee and Mark from Vertigo Entertainment are also supporting the project.
Michael Bederman, Judson Scott and Andrew Childs will serve as executive producers with Dauberman.
Pullman made his feature film debut at the side of his father Bill Pullman in the western “The Ballad of Lefty Brown” in 2017. Since then he has starred in films such as “Bad Times at the El Royale” and “The Strangers”: Prey at Night “and George Clooney’s miniseries” Catch-22 “.
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