Ms. Mod Question - Dark Tower Movie Novelization?

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GNTLGNT

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I'm sure James Patterson could find the time to shoot one out. See what I did there? Shoot. Get it? ;;D
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GNTLGNT

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No, it is not an adaptation of the first book. There are elements that are the same but it should be considered as more of a continuation, i.e. a different journey to the tower.
...indeed, the more clips that are released just solidify the notion to enjoy this as a romp through Steve's Universe, an enjoyable aside-but don't look for literal adaptations....it's just gonna be a big old silver screen whammo!.....
 

Hall Monitor

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Mid-credits scene for DT ... cut to a scene in New York, Roland and Jake in Central Park. A Clint Eastwood-type emerges from the shadows, enormous revolvers with sandalwood grips drawn and pointed at Roland. "Fushing feef" mutters the newcomer, as he shoots down Roland. "Cry pardon, sai" says the Gunslinger, "but I believe you've been mislead."

Never going to happen, but come on. Would that be cool or what?