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Stephen King's 'Bad Little Kid' Story Will Be Raised on the Big Screen

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May 5, 2014
Source: THR

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In addition to showcasing some cool artwork inspired by the work of Stephen King, we've been hearing about a few different adaptations of this work in development including Cell with Samuel L. Jackson and John Cusack and also The Stand from Fault in Our Stars director Josh Boone. Now an adaptation of one of the writer's new short stories is in the works according to THR. Bad Little Kid is a supernatrual tale about a man whose life changes forever when he realizes that a mysterious boy is causing the deaths of people he loves, and documentarian Laurent Bouzereau has optioned the story through his Nedland Media Inc.

If you haven't heard of the story, that's because it was just recently released as an e-story in Germany on France on March 14th. King actually wrote it specifically for his European fans after being treated to such fantastic hospitality when he visited the continent last fall. Bouzereau has had some experience with King in the past since he wrote and directed the Turner Classic Movies program A Night at the Movies: The Horrors of Stephen King. Otherwise he's worked on some other interesting behind-the-scenes docs like Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir. The project is just now getting off the ground though, so stay tuned for more.

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King makes some great source material.

DAVIDPD on May 5, 2014

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