Stephen King diversifications are scorching once more due to It (and never a sure cowboy film), and in what’s both a well-timed tie-in or a really joyful coincidence, John Carpenter has put collectively a brand new King adaptation of his personal—or not less than an prolonged homage to a King adaptation he already made. As introduced in a press launch, Carpenter is selling his upcoming album Anthology: Film Themes 1974-1998 with a video he directed for “Christine,” a rerecording of the theme from his 1983 Stephen King film Christine. The video doesn’t comply with the precise plot of King’s story or Carpenter’s film, but it surely does have a lady operating from a spooky previous Plymouth. That’s all you actually need to get the fundamental idea of Christine.
On one other vital be aware, that very same press launch factors out that this video is Carpenter’s first “narrative visible work” since he made The Ward in 2010. Carpenter can be supposedly directing a pilot for screenwriter/Stable Snake voice actor David Hayter, but it surely’s nonetheless unclear if that’s an precise factor or simply some wild web dream.
Anthology will probably be accessible on October 20.