‘A Quiet Place’ star Cade Woodward joins Stephen King’s ‘Salem’s Lot’ movie

There could never be enough adaptations of Stephen King’s horror novels, right? Well, if you think like that then you’ll be pleased to know that ‘Salem’s Lot’, a 1975 novel written by King, will get a new adaptation thanks to New Line Cinema.

Cade Woodward, the actor who made his breakthrough with the role of Beau Abbott in John Krasinski’s ‘A Quiet Place’, and later also starred as Nathaniel Barton in Avengers: Endgame, joined this new adaptation of King’s horror novel. Jordan Preston Carter and Nicholas Crovetti also joined the cast.

Salem’s Lot novel was published in 1975, and in 1979 it got its first adaptation as a two-part mini-series. That adaptation even got a feature sequel in 1987. In 2004, TNT also made a television adaptation of the novel, which was nominated for Primetime Emmy.

The newest adaptation, ‘Salem’s Lot’ movie is expected to hit theaters in September 2022, with Gary Dauberman serving as writer and director.

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