Collider spoke with Producer Akiva Goldsman about the long gestured Dark Tower adaptation, and revealed that there still isn’t any new progress being made.
“It’s not officially back on and we will never let it go – until Stephen takes it away from us,” he joked.
It’s unfortunate to share this negative news as we’re all hoping to see this massive adaptation get off the ground. Ron Howard is still attached to direct, although it’s time to stop thinking about it as Universal doesn’t appear in any rush to get it off the ground.
“The books chronicle the mysterious The Gunslinger as he travels across a desolate and vaguely post-apocalyptic landscape in his quest for a black tower. Portals along the way eventually allow contact with our own modern world.“
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