Mark Hamill to star in new Stephen King adaptation
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Mark Hamill to star in new Stephen King adaptation

The actor was the voice of Chucky
The actor was the voice of Chucky

10 May - Mark Hamill is set to star in a new big screen adaptation of Stephen King's short story, "The Life of Chuck".

The actor, who was last seen on the silver screen in 2019's "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker", will be working alongside actor Tom Hiddleston in the new film, which will be directed by Mike Flanagan of "The Haunting of Hill House" fame.

It is noted that Flanagan is no stranger to adapting King's work, having directed "Gerald's Fame" and "Doctor Sleep" back in 2017 and 2019.

Flanagan previously helmed King's "Doctor Sleep"
Flanagan previously helmed King's "Doctor Sleep"
The movie will also star Tom Hiddleston
The movie will also star Tom Hiddleston

"The Life of Chuck" tells the story of Charles Krantz in three separate segments, beginning from his death to his childhood in a supposedly haunted house. It is part of King's 2020 anthology, "If It Bleeds".

No news as to what character Hammill will play in the movie.

The movie will be based on a short story by Stephen King from his anthology, "If It Bleeds"
The movie will be based on a short story by Stephen King from his anthology, "If It Bleeds"

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Child's Play (20 Jun 2019)
Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker (19 Dec 2019)
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Doctor Sleep (07 Nov 2019)

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