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[21.03.2003] The Juicy Cerebellum (5/10), Killer Movie Reviews (3/5), ZENtertainment und Hot Fish (5/10) liefern Kritiken... Und bei CS! gibt es kurze Interview-Schnipsel mit Olyphant, Lewis, Kasdan, King & Johnson.....

[19.03.2003] Bei DH und Film Freak Central (1/4) gibt es Kritiken... Bei Moviehole gibt es ein Interview mit Morgan Freeman...

[17.03.2003] Bei CS! gibt es ein Interview mit Morgan Freeman...

[16.03.2003] Bei CS! gibt es Interviews mit Jason Lee, Timothy Olyphant, Thomas Jane und Damian Lewis...

[10.03.2003] Bei InsideKino gibt es eine Kritik zur "ShoWest"-Vorführung von "Dreamcatcher" (3-)...

[04.03.2003] In Focus sprach mit Lawrence Kasdan...

[24.02.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine eher negative Filmkritik...
[...] there’s a radical departure from the novel that is so out there that it loses everyone who HAS read the book, and everyone who HASN'T because it’s just so god-awful stupid. It’s really sad that a film that starts out so well ends up so poorly. [...]

[19.02.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine positive Filmkritik...
[...] This is unlike anything that Kasdan has done thus far But he is right on the mark with his directing. The film contains a nice mixture of genres such as a touch of horror (and yes gore!!) Action, suspense, and drama. The acting was for the most part excellent. Jason Lee steals the first act of the film before the shit hits the fan. His one liner's and reactions to pressure was hilarious. [...]

[15.01.2003] Bei TNMC gibt es ein positives Script-Review...
[...] Dreamcatcher, while it is more graphic than Misery, lacks most of the graphic scenes from the novel. Instead, Goldman puts the horror on the abilities of the actors to be scared and thus influence the audience with their performances. This also lends more realism to the story, making it more about people and reactions than events. Watching Goldman and Kasdan’s work and noting the incredible actors involved with this project I think one of the most terrifying and well produced Stephen King adaptations will be hitting theaters this spring.

[13.12.2002] Der neue "Dreamcatcher" Trailer ist da !!!

[07.12.2002] Needful Things meldet...
Apparently Dreamcatcher was delayed because there was either a need to shoot additional scenes or to reshoot existing ones. According to the ITLPG, the latest filming will take place 12/13 - 12/16/02 (again in Vancouver).

[16.11.2002] Bei AICN gibt es eine positive Kurzkritik...

[04.06.2002] Auf der Offiziellen Website gibt es neue Video-Clips vom Set !!!

[18.08.2002] Bei IGN FilmForce gibt es ein Video-Interview mit Thomas Jane (Benötigt Quicktime)...

[15.08.2002] Bei CHUD gibt es ein Interview mit Jason Lee...

[10.08.2002] Bei IGN FilmForce gibt es ein Video-Interview mit Morgan Freeman (Benötigt Quicktime)...

[07.08.2002] SF Wire sprach mit Jason Lee...
[...] he had to contend with unaccustomed special effects while shooting the Stephen King adaptation. "I worked mainly on stages in Vancouver," Lee said in an interview at Comic-Con International in San Diego. "I was already used to being up there, because I was working on another movie right before that. It was pretty easy, except for the bathroom scene, because I get all sorts of attacked and bloodied up. And that was kind of brutal. That was a few days of that. But it was great. It was a good time. ... I had lots of fake stuff being puppeteered and lots of fake blood running down my body all the time, and it would harden, and I'd have to eat lunch, you know, very robotically. They did a really good job."
[...] "I play Joe Clarendon, aka Beaver, a little bit like my character in Mumford, but possibly a little bit slower... Not too slow, but big-hearted, has his own sayings, doesn't really get upset, loves everyone and loves Buddy Holly. Hence the glasses and hair and toothpick in the mouth at all times. Good character. He was supposed to have long hair, but I had the idea that I thought he would be into the '50s and like that kind of music, and so I e-mailed [director] Larry Kasdan, and I said, 'I want to go with a Buddy Holly thing.' And he said, 'OK.' And it worked. So it was kind of fun." [...]


[05.08.2002] Quint von AICN berichtet über die "Dreamcatcher"-Ausschnitte, die auf der Comic Con gezeigt wurden...
[...] The cast is incredible, the director, Larry Kasdan, has given us a great and beautiful trailer and has done some great movies in the past. Now, after seeing the footage I'm doubly intrigued. If you've seen the trailer, you know the film is set in the wilderness during the winter. We see Jason Lee and Timothy Olephant paling around, we see our first glimpse of Morgan Freeman as the crazy Army dude (I forgot what they renamed his character for the film). He's working with this crazy, white head of hair and scarily bushy white eyebrows.
We see a scene where Freeman is grilling one of his underlings, telling him to swear on something. Scout's honor. He asks this while loading a handgun. The young recruit hesitantly swears, scout's honor. He holds up the scout's honor three fingers of his right hand and POW!!! Freeman blows off his ring finger. We meet the annoying, farting guy whose ass explodes in blood... if you've read the book you know what I'm talking about. We see the scene where Jason Lee and Timothy Olephant find the stranger's bed smeared with blood, follow the blood trail (there are a whole lotta blood trails today, aren't there?) to the bathroom, find the dude sitting on the toilet, looking dead. Then we hear a PLOP! Jason Lee asks, "What's wrong with this guy?" Olephant says, "He's dead." Lee, "He can't be dead if he's doing that!" PLOP!
They end up pushing the guy over, revealing some pretty nasty shit (not literally) in the toilet. The guy's ass is blown out and blood is everywhere, not to mention other... matter... in the toilet. We see glimpses of tentacles, snow, helicopters, army dudes, freaky snow, scary silhouettes, etc. I'm very interested in seeing what this turns out to be. [...]


[18.07.2002] Bei CineMovies.fr gibt es den "Dreamcatcher" Trailer !!!

[22.06.2002] Bei Coming Attractions gibt es ein positives Script-Review von Darwin Mayflower...
[...] Goldman and Kasdan have done something magical here: they have seemingly taken the book scene for scene, in some cases word for word, pared it down to screenplay length, and without a sense of huge loss.
In my opinion, this is probably the best adaptation of King’s work ever. Even MISERY, which Goldman also wrote, toned down the book and made it conventional. Kasdan and Goldman take all the highlights from the book, roll them out, cutting down on some of the character stuff, but without losing an inch of the power. All the great moments are here to feast on [...]


[21.06.2002] Bei Dark Horizons gibt es einen exklusiven Blick auf das Filmplakat...

[13.06.2002] Sci Fi Wire meldet...
Donnie Wahlberg told SCI FI Wire that to play Duddits in the film adaptation of Stephen King's Dreamcatcher, he focused on the heartwarming aspects of the mentally challenged character. "The essence of who he was, Duddits is a lovable, wonderful fellow, despite his limitations physically and mentally," Wahlberg said in an interview. "I just tried to stay lovable."
To prepare for the film, Wahlberg said he focused more on Lawrence Kasdan's script than on King's novel, about a group of friends who reunite to face an extraterrestrial threat. "I think the screenplay was about as much of a true adaptation as you can have," he said. "Usually people write a screenplay based on a book, and they change everything. Lawrence Kasdan really didn't change anything. He stayed very true to the book, so the script was easier to deal with. [It's] 120 pages as opposed to 700 pages of Stephen King madness." [...]


[04.06.2002] Auf der Offiziellen Website gibt es neue Video-Clips vom Set !!!

[31.05.2002] Bei SCI FI Stream gibt es einen exklusiven Set-Report, in dem u.a. Kasdan über den Film berichtet...

[14.05.2002] Bei Lilja's Library gibt es mehrere Fotos vom Set...

[07.04.2002] Die Offizielle Website bietet jetzt mehr Infos... Interessant ist vor allem das Video Journal mit Clips vom Set !!!

[03.04.2002] Der US-Starttermin wurde auf den 7. Februar 2003 gelegt...

[02.03.2002] Bei Coming Soon! gibt es einen exklusiven "Behind-the-Scenes Clip" (Benötigt Quicktime, Windows Media oder Real Player)...

[26.02.2002] Bei Coming Soon! gibt es den 1.Teil eines vierteiligen Set-Berichts...
[...] When you first arrive on the film-set, you are immediately drawn in by the perfect replica of Gosselin's Country Store, which plays such a prominent role in the novel. The typical Maine country store is represented by Gosselin's. The filmmakers have built the store from scratch and aged the store to look like it has been sitting there for decades. [...]

[13.01.2002] Heute startet die Produktion in den verschneiten Wäldern von Prince George (British Columbia), später dann wird auch in Vancouver gedreht...

[19.12.2001] Coming Soon! meldet...
Timothy Olyphant and Donnie Wahlberg have been added to Castle Rock Entertainment's adaptation of Stephen King's best-selling novel "Dreamcatcher" for filmmaker Lawrence Kasdan, says The Hollywood Reporter. Olyphant and Wahlberg join cast members Damian Lewis, Thomas Jane, Tom Sizemore, Jason Lee and Morgan Freeman in the film, which goes into production next month in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Adapted by William Goldman and Kasdan, "Dreamcatcher" is a thriller about four childhood friends -- Jane, Lee, Lewis and Olyphant -- who share telepathic powers. Years later, they must reunite and use their powers to save Earth from a mysterious force.
Olyphant plays Pete, who has the ability to see things he has not actually witnessed. Wahlberg plays Duddits, a mentally challenged young man with strong psychic abilities that he imparts on the other four to assist them.


[08.11.2001] Bei Coming Attractions gibt es ein Script-Review...

[02.11.2001] Coming Soon! meldet...
Thomas Jane and Tom Sizemore have been cast in Castle Rock Entertainment's adaptation of Stephen King's best-selling novel "The Dreamcatcher" for filmmaker Lawrence Kasdan. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film goes into production in January in Vancouver.
"Dreamcatcher," adapted by William Goldman, is a thriller about four childhood friends -- among them Jane's character -- who share telepathic powers. Years later, they must reunite and use their powers to save Earth from a mysterious force.
Jane plays the lead role of Dr. Henry Devlin, a Harvard grad who is a brilliant psychiatrist in Boston determined to commit suicide by year's end. Morgan Freeman will play Col. Kurtz, an overzealous military man sent in by the government to combat the force. Sizemore plays Owen Underhill, a soldier who begins to question his allegiance to Kurtz.


[29.10.2001] Hollywood Reporter meldet...
Morgan Freeman has come aboard to star in Castle Rock Entertainment's feature adaptation of Stephen King's best-selling novel "The Dreamcatcher" for filmmaker Lawrence Kasdan. The project goes into production in January in Vancouver, British Columbia. "Dreamcatcher," adapted by William Goldman, is a thriller about four childhood friends who shared telepathic powers. Years later, they must reunite and use their powers to save Earth from a mysterious force. Freeman will play Col. Kurtz, an overzealous military man sent in by the government to combat this force. The project is said to have elements of "The Green Mile" and "Stand by Me," both of which are King novels that Castle Rock has brought to the big screen.


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