The Dark Tower (2017)

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Released:  Friday, July 28, 2017  
Studio: Columbia Pictures
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Rating: This Film Is Not Yet Rated


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 Finally!!! Don't let me down!
10/20/2015 5:16 AM EST
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The Dark Towerr Gets New Summer 2017 Release Date  11/03/2016 3:58 PM EST
The Dark Tower, the film adaptation of the Stephen King book series, has had its release date pushed back. The original date was slated for February 2017, but now Columbia Pictures/MRC/Imagine has given July 28, 2017 as the release.  It is said that the new date will allow for more time for special effects as well as giving them the chance at a summer blockbuster. The Dark Tower, which is set in a...  More>>

Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey to Star in Stephen King's The...  03/01/2016 11:46 AM EST
It has been announced that Idris Elba and McConaughey will be starring in the upcoming film adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower.King had taken to Twitter to make the announcement, followed by tweets from Elba and McConaughey.  Elba will be playing the role of Roland Deschain, the gunslinger, and McConaughey will play the "man in black," the mysterious sorcerer. There is no word yet on whic...  More>>

Nikolaj Arcel Top Choice to Direct The Dark Tower  06/02/2015 11:46 AM EST
Things are progressing with The Dark Tower film, which is based off the Stephen King book series. It is said that talks will begin soon with Nikolaj Arcel (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo), who is a top choice for directing as well as doing a rewrite for the film. Arcel is a huge fan of the Dark Tower series, which impressed the studios. He reportedly taught himself English in order to read the no...  More>>

J.J. Abrams To Release Stephen King's Dark Tower  09/03/2009 2:39 PM EST
J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof may be releasing a "Dark Tower" film, according to comicbookmovie.com. The pair has recently bought the rights to the series from Stephen King. Don't look for the film to near in the future, however. "We're just so focused on finishing ‘Lost' that it's really hard to think about anything else. The last thing we want to think about is how to adapt a seven book series ...  More>>