Brothers Matt and Ross Duffer, creators of Stranger Things, are producing a new series based on Stephen King’s The Talisman. According to information released on Friday (5) by The Hollywood Reporter, the production will be commanded by Paramount Television.
The Talisman tells the story of a 12-year-old boy named Jack Sawyer, who embarks on adventures to try to save his mother’s life in search of a talisman. The work was originally written by Stephen King and Peter Straub in 1984.
Executive producers include, in addition to the Duffer brothers, Steven Spielberg, Darryl Frank, Justin Falvey and Stephen King himself. Curtis Gwinn, who also worked on Stranger Things, will be the screenwriter and showrunner.
Last August, Matt and Ross Duffer revealed that the next season of Stranger Things will not be the last, and also highlighted a positive side of the pandemic about the production of the Netflix series: “We had a lot more time to work on the script. For the first time, we have all the text ready and we can analyze it as a whole to make small adjustments. ”
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