Longtime horror alum Greg Nicotero, of The Strolling Lifeless and Creepshow fame, has discovered his subsequent undertaking to deal with: a TV adaptation of Robert McCammon’s Swan Tune.
Per Deadline, Nicotero will govt produce the upcoming sequence via his manufacturing firm Monster Company. He’ll even be tapped to direct the pilot episode, which is at the moment on the seek for a author. In a press launch for the present, Nicotero referred to as it a “[perfect] time to delve into this world. [McCammon’s] story of survival in a world eternally modified by political distrust and worldwide intrigue intertwined with a supernatural power has all the time been certainly one of my favorites.”
Launched in June 1987, Swan Tune was set in America within the aftermath of a nuclear warfare between the US and Soviet Union. The e-book then focuses on quite a lot of survivors, certainly one of whom has powers that places her within the sights of an evil build up a military of followers across the nation. After its launch, it tied with Stephen King’s Distress for the 1987 Bram Stoker award and was the primary of McCammon’s works to make it on the New York Instances bestseller listing.
In that very same assertion, Steve Barnett, Alan Powell and Vicky Patel—who’re co-executive producing via their Monarch Media firm—referred to as McCammon’s novel “extremely compelling, and in contrast to something we have now seen earlier than in movie or tv. We’re very excited to carry this world to life and may’t think about any higher companions for the sequence than Greg and Brian [Witten].”
At time of writing, it’s unclear if the Swan Tune will go to AMC—which has housed Nicotero’s TV ventures for over a decade and already has expertise with adapting horror novels—or elsewhere.
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