Stranger Things became a sensation this summer, earning rave reviews from critics and viewers alike, and can rightfully be called one of the best new products of the year. Therefore, it is not surprising that the studio Universal fired up to make a film based on a literary work reminiscent of the show of the streaming service Netflix .|
According to the news site The Hollywood Reporter , in a competitive struggle, the major acquired the rights to film adaptation of Joe Hill's novel, titled Snapshot 1988 . The scriptwriters of the future film will be Mike Flanagan and Jeff Howard, who have already worked together on the horror films Ouiji. Curse of the Devil's Board "and" Doubt ".
Those who have already got acquainted with the work of Hill , noted its similarity with Mysterious Events and the paintings of the Amblin company from the 80s.The novel is set in 1988. A 13-year-old boy is forced to take care of an elderly housekeeper, who, in his opinion, is falling into insanity. Only he does not know that the woman has not lost her memory - she was stolen by a man nicknamed The Phoenician , who uses a camera to steal other people's memories.
The new project will be produced by Weed Road Akiva Goldsman and Blumhouse Jason Bloom.
The Topic of Article: Smile, your memories are being stolen!.