Bag of Bones Adaptation Finally Rolling Soon

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Who’s directing the King adaptation?

Stephen King’s “Bag of Bones” is finally getting the adaptation treatment.

Website SeaandBeScene.com got the scoop, learning that shooting will take place in Nova Scotia this July.

As previously reported, Mick Garris is writing and directing the supernatural thriller originally published in 1998.

Nova Scotia will be standing in for Derry, Maine.

If you’ve never read the book, here’s the publisher’s synopsis: Several years after his wife’s death, novelist Mike Noonan still suffers writer’s block. A dream inspires him to return to the couple’s summer retreat in western Maine, a lakeside house called Sara Laughs. Shortly after arriving, Noonan is caught in the middle of a custody battle involving the daughter of an attractive young widow and the child’s enormously wealthy grandfather. He also discovers that Sara Laughs is haunted and that his late wife, Joanna, still has something to tell him.

Source: SeaandBeScene