Stephen King’s ‘Revival’ Set for Film Adaptation from Mike Flanagan, Warner Bros.

“Revival” is the latest of Stephen King’s successful horror novels to be getting a big screen adaptation.

Variety reports that Warner Bros., which found considerable success with its two “It” films, will develop the film.

Horror veteran Mike Flanagan will adapt the script with an option to direct, while Trevor Macy, who produced “Doctor Sleep,” is set to serve the same role on the upcoming film, through Intrepid Pictures.

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executive Kevin McCormick is overseeing “Revival” for the studio.

Additional details, such as casting and a potential release date, are unknown.A Warner Bros.

spokesperson confirmed Variety’s report with IndieWire.King’s “Revival,” which was released in 2014 and enjoyed favorable reviews, spans several decades and focuses on a former minister who engages in experimental healing practices — with horrifying consequences — after a tragic accident causes him to lose his family and renounce his faith.Flanagan and Macy are

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