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Bryan Fuller to coordinate new ‘Christine’ film for Sony Pictures, Blumhouse

Sony Pictures and Blumhouse have roped in chief Bryan Fuller to handle the new variation of Stephen Ruler’s tale ‘Christine’. Fuller, who recently chipped away at shows, for example, ‘Star Trek: Discovery’, ‘American Gods’, ‘Hannibal’ and ‘Heros’, will likewise pen the content for the component film, as per the reports.

Lord’s tale, which was distributed in 1983, was about a kid, Arnie Cunningham, who purchases an exemplary red and white 1958 Plymouth Fierceness named Christine, permit number CQB 241.

The vehicle appears to have an envious, possessive character – and its very own psyche, which affects Arnie.

The epic was recently adjusted into a 1983 component film, featuring Keith Gordon, John Stockwell, Alexandra Paul, Robert Prosky, and Harry Senior member Stanton.

The new take will be delivered by Jason Blum for Blumhouse, close by Vincenzo Natali and Steven Hoban.