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The Dark Tower series has gone through more starts and stops than most collections of ten movies, and it’s a film adaptation that has sparked more rumor than you can keep track of, all while being an effort that Stephen King fans have been chomping at the bit for.

Stephen King took to Twitter to confirm that Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey will be in the film. Elba as Roland and McConaughey as Randall Flagg.
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Not only has the film seen a lot of ups and downs as far as predicting when it might come out, but it is a project that has sparked a lot of debate when it comes to what a film of the books would exactly mean. One of King’s most beloved works, the books involve a lot of introspection and conversation, and aren’t exactly riddled with action.
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This could add to Elba’s choice as a solid one, as he’s proven that he can do just about anything, and he’s no stranger to a brooding affect, but McConaughey might be another matter entirely. Though he has had a recent resurgence when it comes proving his abilities, he’s also had a lot of awful performances in the past, and no one seems to be warming up to the “being super rich is really cool” ads that are getting a lot of play.
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The film is tentatively scheduled for a 2017 release.

After years of speculation and false starts, author Stephen King has signaled that the big screen adaptation of his fantasy series The Dark Tower had finally found its leading men.His reveal came in a familiar form for fans of the series, which launched with 1982’s The Dark Tower; the tweet quoted the first line of that first book, referencing the novel’s antagonist Randall Flagg (the man in black) and hero, Roland Deschain, the gunslinger in question. Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey then responded to King’s tweet, confirming their roles in the process.

Source: Hollywood Reporter

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