first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Twitter Login/Register With: STEPHEN KING’S THE STAND FILMING IN VANCOUVER THIS FALL/WINTERA new 10-episode adaption of Stephen King’s The Stand from CBS All Access is filming in Vancouver this Fall/Winter.Filming dates: September 16th to March 11th.Working Title: Radio Nowhere. EVERYTHING WE KNOW ABOUT STEPHEN KING’S NEW THE STAND SERIES SO FARStephen King’s The Stand is heading back to the small screen — this time, with a 10-episode streaming series coming to CBS All Access.King’s 1978 novel is one of his most popular titles ever and centers on a group of survivors who have managed to make it through the catastrophic plague that cost the other 99 percent of the world their lives, but which must still contend with Randall Flagg a.k.a. the Dark Man.CBS All Access announced a straight-to-series order for The Stand in January 2019, which marks the first time the story has been adapted since 1994, when it debuted as a four-episode miniseries on ABC. The new take on The Stand has since begun to take shape, so to keep you up to speed with everything ahead for this eerie apocalyptic series, here’s a look at everything we know about The Stand so far. READ MORETHE STAND TV SERIES WILL START SHOOTING IN SEPTEMBERDetails on the latest TV adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand are still a mystery, but at least we now know production is set to begin in just a few months.It’s happening: The Stand is getting another TV adaptation, this time thanks to CBS All Access. Stephen King’s post-apocalyptic novel was adapted for the small screen back in 1994 as a four-part miniseries starring Molly Ringwald, Gary Sinise and Rob Lowe, among many others (like Stephen King, John Landis, and Sam Raimi). READ MOREcenter_img Facebook Cast: James Marsden, Amber Heard, Whoopi Goldberg, Greg Kinnear , Odessa Young, Henry Zaga. READ MORE Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

first_imgMap of RajshahiTwo minor boys drowned in a pond at Hatramchandrapur Dangipara in Paba upazila on Tuesday.The deceased are Rony Ahmed, 5, son of Lokman, and Piarul Islam, 6, son of Belal of the village, reports UNB.Paba police station officer-in-charge Abul Kalam Azad said Rony and Piarul had remained missing since afternoon.After a hectic search, locals found their bodies floating in a pond near their house and recovered the bodies.An unnatural death case was filed in this connection.last_img