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Stephen King's 'The Boogeyman' to be adapted for a Movie by the writers of "A Quiet Place"

It is all decided! Stephen King’s lovers will get to have another ride of creepy chills and nerve-wrenching thrills as his short story ‘The Boogeyman’ is all set to be adapted for the big screen and it is being written by screenwriters Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, the minds behind the smashing box office hit ‘A Quiet Place’.

‘The Boogeyman’, first published in 1973 and later as part of horror collection Night Shift in 1978, is a story of a man who comes to a psychiatrist and tells the murders of his three sons – all three of them dying in the same circumstances. It might not be the much-talked piece of King, but it is undoubtedly one of the best ones. It has been adapted into short films by various filmmakers, seven to be precise, but never with the collaboration of 20th Century Fox and 21 Laps and never written by acclaimed writers like Beck and Woods. So this is surely going to be something new!

A Quiet Palace was a commercial and critical success and earned over $325 million worldwide, so the association of commercially successful duo screenwriters with the film has raised the expectations associated with the forthcoming movie.

Meanwhile, before the production details and information about the release date of the movie comes, let’s build up the mood by having a pre-movie snap of the original story ‘The Boogeyman’.

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