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Discussion in 'Rose Red' started by Ebdim9th, Feb 8, 2014.
Rose Red first aired in January 2002.
I have never seen this movie, nor have I read The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer. Am I missing something good? Not exactly sure how SK is connected to either. I should research that.
Edit: Started research. Now I see that The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer was also a movie! I'm really confused!
The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer was written by Ridley Pearson as a tie-in for the mini-series.
And SK wrote the miniseries. Correct? So SK, came up with the idea first?
That's right. I think he was the one who asked Ridley to write the book as they were both in the Rock Bottom Remainders. The story originally was going to be a project with Steven Spielberg but that never got off the ground and Stephen went in this direction for the mini-series.
Last question. How does the movie version of The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer tie in to this? Is it totally independent of Rose Red?
You know, I've never watched it. My understanding is that it is independent of Rose Red but could be totally off base. Steve didn't really have a lot to do with it.
I didn't get to read that book or see the movie... the tape had interviews at the end of it, including, of course Steve....
I think I got it!
The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer is a 2003 television miniseries prequel to the film Rose Red (2002). Directed by Craig R. Baxley, the film stars Lisa Brenner as Ellen Rimbauer, Steven Brand as John Rimbauer, and Tsidii Le Loka as Sukeena.
Thanks Ms. Mod!
Sigh, I am gonna come clean here and throw myself on the mercy of the court. I watched the first 2 nights when it aired then I lost interest and didn't tune in for the final parts.
Perhaps I should give it another shot.
Everybody has their favorites... and that can change, or not....
Just like "Under the Dome" - the second season will be coming up in June 2014 - let's see how many things from the book get changed this year!
Unca Stevie did say that the book was still not long enough in terms of telling the story, or something to the effect of it only covered several days and he wanted it to cover several months, which the show will get to do... (it was in his Entertainment Weekly interview about the show, only going by memory)
I thought we had up to thirty minutes to edit a post, when did it go down to ten?
Anyhoo... I found my copy of the Diary of Ellen Rembauer book...
Yes - I noticed that too - must be more vigilant with the proofreading now! I find that I sometimes do not see a mistake until someone quotes my post when making a comment.
According to Ridley Pearson on the DVD commentary track (The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer), King rewrote Ellen Rimbauer's diary-monologues in this TV movie.