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Steven Spielberg Wants to Adapt Stephen King Novel ‘The Talisman’

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Steven Spielberg Wants to Adapt Stephen King Novel ‘The Talisman’

Steven Spielberg is looking to make a movie adaptation of Stephen King novel ‘The Talisman’.

King co-wrote the fantasy novel back in 1984 along with fellow writer Peter Straub.

King says a movie adaptation of ‘The Talisman’ has come close more than once.

The book focuses on a young boy who travels to a parallel world to find a talisman that could save his dying mother..

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Steven Spielberg Wants to Adapt Stephen King Novel ‘The Talisman’

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