4 Lessons Zac Efron’s Firestarter Needs To Learn From Previous Stephen King Remakes

The works of Stephen King have been adapted more times than any other living author, with short stories and novels being transformed into movies, shows, and miniseries – and it’s not all that uncommon for filmmakers to take multiple cracks at the same material. For example, King’s first three books were Carrie, Salem’s Lot, and The Shining, and since they were released in the late 1970s all three have been given the Hollywood treatment multiple times. For Constant Readers it’s always interesting to watch how things shake out, which is why one project that has grabbed my attention is director Keith Thomas’ upcoming remake of Firestarter starring Zac Efron.

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