The Best-Selling Stephen King Novel The Regulators Will Hit Big Screen Soon

The best-selling Stephen King novel The Regulators is coming soon to the big screen. The film will be an adaptation of the 1996 novel.

George Cowan is attached to pen the script for the film, which is currently in development.

“We could not be more thrilled than to be working with the prolific Stephen King and his team on this project," Susan Ferris said to Deadline.

“The novel’s themes and characters resonate so powerfully, and we are looking forward to making an incredible film.” CEO added.

The original novel, published in 1996, focused on the terror that a small town faced one day, when four shotgun-wielding vans pull up and attempt to kill anyone who steps outside.

No casting or filming announcements have been given,but the further information will be revealed very soon.

"I’m delighted that the excitement of ‘The Regulators’ is coming to the screen,” King said to Deadline.

King's work is iconic over the world, and has led to popular film adaptations of his work, including titles like Carrie, The Shining, and It.

Earlier this year saw the release of Firestarter, which currently stands as the latest film to adapt King's work