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Frank Darabont (The Mist) interview

Frank Darabont

In November of 2007, Dimension Films released The Mist, a film adaptation of Stephen King’s novella of the same title written and directed by Academy Award nominated director, Frank Darabont. With a limited budget, a darker ending, and a talented cast, The Mist is a moody, thoughtful modern horror film without an annoying Pollyanna ending.

The film stars Thomas Jane as David Drayton, a commercial artist living in a small town with his wife and son, Billy. After a violent thunderstorm, Thomas and Billy, head to the local supermarket to pick up supplies when an unnatural mist begins to roll into town, preceeded by a frightened neighbor telling stories of dangerous creatures in the Mist. What follows is a story of terror and paranoia, as a group of people, trapped in the supermarket, attempt to survive both the otherworldly creatures lurking in the Mist and the threat of panicked people lurking in their midst. 
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Trailers for "Mist" and "Missed"

Yahoo! Movies has posted trailers for Frank Darabont's The Mist (due out on November 21st from Dimension Films) and One Missed Call, an American remake of Takashi Miike's Japanese horror film (due out on January 4, 2008 from Warner Bros.)

The Mist trailer

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Poster for Frank Darabont's "The Mist" at SDCC 2007

If you wander behind the SpikeTV booth at San Diego Comic-Con 2007, you can take a peek at the poster art for Dimension Film's upcoming adapatation of Stephen King's short story "The Mist." Starring Thomas Jane, the film involves a freak storm that unleashes bloodthirsty creatures upon an unsuspecting small town. A group of people hole up in a supermarket to fight for their lives. The Mist comes out November 21, 2007.

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