Getting a director for Stephen King’s The Stand was almost as difficult as surviving the virus. The latest director to try is Josh Boone, who is no stranger to adaptations because he’s bringing The Fault in Our Stars to screen. To brush up on your King, read our essay on learning about America through his novels.
Tess Malone is an associate editor for The Millions. She is a copy editor and writer in Atlanta. She tweets at @temalone.
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