Game of Thrones former student, Pilou Asbaek, has been cast in a key role in the upcoming adaptation of Salem’s Lot. Based on the 1975 repulsiveness novel by the master of the horrifying, Stephen King, Salem’s Lot follows the story of creator Ben Mears who gets back to his youth hometown only to find that its occupants are being transformed into vampires. Throughout the long term, King’s second novel has been adjusted twice for television and was additionally as a radio dramatization that broadcasted in the United Kingdom.
THR has now announced that Asbæk, who is best known for playing the villainous Euron Greyjoy in Game of Thrones, is set to star in Salem’s Lot inverse Lewis Pullman, who is playing the film’s protagonist, Ben Mears. Asbæk will be channeling his demonstrated abilities at portraying loathsome characters by tackling the role of Richard Straker, a Satanist and natural who plans for the appearance of his vampiric master, Kurt Barlow. As of yet, the actor set to play Barlow in this most recent adaptation has yet to be officially uncovered, however The Blacklist’s William Sadler has effectively been cast in an obscure role.
Composed and coordinated by Annabelle and It screenwriter, Gary Dauberman, this most recent Stephen King adaptation is only the most recent in a long rundown of revamps and reboots based on the best-selling writer’s works. With a Firestarter change and a Pet Sematary prequel additionally presently in dynamic turn of events, aficionados of King’s bent universes have a lot to keep them stuck to their screens soon. Salem’s Lot is right now scheduled to hit theaters on September ninth, 2022.