‘The Stand’: Josh Boone’s Long-Gestating Stephen King Remake Might Be Going Back to Miniseries Roots — Report

It’s the remake that just won’t die.

Over the years, a large-scale reimagining of Stephen King’s epic “The Stand” has cycled through directors like David Yates, Ben Affleck, and Scott Cooper, before finally landing on “The Fault in Our Stars” director Josh Boone way, way back in 2014.

In the four years since Boone, an admittedly huge King fan (and one who has also being rumored to adapt other King works, including “Revival” and “Lisey’s Story”), was attached to the project, it’s continued to evolve in some very different ways.

That’s still happening.The Tracking Board reports that Boone, who is currently working on his (rumored-to-be-beleagured) “New Mutants” movie is still attached to direct the project, which might now be “coming together as a ten-hour limited series at CBS All Access.” It’s just another big change in a sea of them, though it’s

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