Josh Boone

‘X-Men’ Spinoff ‘New Mutants’ Lands ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ Scribes

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by Britt Hayes August 25, 2016 @ 3:27 PM
Marvel
It looks like Fox’s long-developing New Mutants project is picking up a bit of steam, as the studio has hired The Fault in Our Stars duo Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber to write the screenplay for the X-Men spinoff. The pair will reunite with director Josh Boone for the film, which will follow a younger group of mutant outcasts as they cope with newfound powers.

‘New Mutants’ Producer Confirms Professor X, Says Filming Could Begin in 2017

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by Britt Hayes May 10, 2016 @ 5:20 PM
Fox
You may recall a rumor from a few weeks back that suggested several members of the lineup for Josh Boone’s New Mutants movie, and although that rumor was predictably denied by Fox, Boone seemingly confirmed those characters for his X-Men spinoff just last week. We can add another rumored character to the confirmed pile, as producer Simon Kinberg has revealed that Professor X does indeed have a role in New Mutants, which could begin filming early next year.

‘Interview With the Vampire’ Director Josh Boone Might Be Threatening to Cast Jared Leto in the Reboot

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by Britt Hayes May 5, 2016 @ 6:38 PM
Warner Bros. / Dimitrios Kambouris, Getty Images
Over the last few days, Josh Boone shared some photos seemingly unveiling his lineup for X-Men spinoff New Mutants, but that’s not the only thing he revealed. The director of The Fault in Our Stars also posted a photo of the title page for his screenplay for the reboot of Interview With the Vampire. Boone followed that with another photo update, which may or may not be part of some weird joke. It’s kind of hard to tell with social media sometimes, you know?

‘New Mutants’ Director Josh Boone May Have Just Revealed the Lineup

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by Britt Hayes May 4, 2016 @ 5:52 PM
Marvel
While The Stand is on hold due to a rights issue, filmmaker Josh Boone is keeping busy with plenty of other projects, including another Stephen King adaptation (Revival), a new film based on Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles, and — last but not least — New Mutants. There's been plenty of speculation regarding the official roster in the X-Men spinoff, but if Boone's latest series of Instagram posts is to be believed, his mutant team may have just been revealed.

Maisie Williams Talks ‘New Mutants’ Rumors, ‘Would Absolutely Love’ to Play Wolfsbane

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by Britt Hayes April 24, 2016 @ 9:26 AM
HBO
Just last month, a big rumor suggested that Josh Boone’s New Mutants movie was eyeing Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams and The Witch breakout Anya Taylor-Joy to star in the X-Men spinoff, with Alexandra Shipp in talks to reprise her role as young Storm from Apocalypse. Fox has predictably denied these rumors, Williams herself sorta-kinda confirms it in a new interview, though it sounds like nothing is close to official as of yet.

Report: ‘New Mutants’ Assembles First Cast Members and Character Details

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by Britt Hayes March 31, 2016 @ 6:34 PM
Marvel
Following the record-breaking success of Deadpool, Fox is officially moving ahead with their New Mutants spinoff with Josh Boone set to direct based on a script he’s co-writing with Knate Gwaltney. The first cast and character details have reportedly arrived, with at least one X-Men: Apocalypse newcomer joining the fray alongside Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams and The Witch breakout Anya Taylor-Joy.

‘The Stand’ Adaptation Is On Hold, Companion TV Series Has Been Ditched

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by Britt Hayes February 18, 2016 @ 6:27 PM
Doubleday
And in other Stephen King news…The Dark Tower isn’t the only ambitious and sprawling adaptation that’s been in development for ages. A film based on King’s post-apocalyptic epic The Stand has also been in the works for some time, with The Fault in Our Stars director (and King super-fan) Josh Boone on board to write and direct, and while Warner Bros. and Boone were close to figuring out the best approach for the project, the rights lapsed and Boone moved on to another King adaptation: Revival. The Stand may not be dead (yet), but it is definitely on hold, according to producer Roy Lee.

Samuel L. Jackson Circling Stephen King‘s ‘Revival’ for Director Josh Boone

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by Britt Hayes February 10, 2016 @ 5:20 PM
The Weinstein Company
Just last week we learned that the long-developing adaptation of The Stand has been delayed (again), but director Josh Boone just couldn’t wait any longer to adapt a Stephen King story, so he’s set his sights on Revival. And it looks as though he’s wasting absolutely zero time in getting the sci-fi horror flick into production, as Samuel L. Jackson is reportedly in talks for one of the leading roles.

‘The Stand’ Delayed as Director Josh Boone Targets Another Stephen King Adaptation

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by Britt Hayes February 2, 2016 @ 5:38 PM
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Josh Boone is kind of a major Stephen King fan, and it’s that fandom and devotion to the author’s works that helped Boone land the directing gig on the long-developing adaptation of The Stand. Although Boone already sold the author on his ambitious pitch for that novel (which may or may not involve a miniseries in addition to one or two films), the director has pushed that project back to tackle another King adaptation first: Revival.

‘The Stand’ Heading to Showtime for Eight-Part Miniseries to Lead in to Feature Film

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by Britt Hayes June 5, 2015 @ 5:18 PM
Doubleday
Josh Boone’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand grows ever more ambitious — what started as a simple feature-length film (no way that could work), evolved into plans for multiple films, and now an additional eight-part miniseries on Showtime. Yes, Warner Bros. is reportedly partnering with the premium network for the series, which will serve as a prequel of sorts to lead up to the feature film.