Here's our third Stephen King-related story of the day, following the cool TV spot for his upcoming "The Shining" sequel "Doctor Sleep", and a new featurette on CBS's "Under the Dome". This time it's some casting news regarding the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s A GOOD MARRIAGE, which is currently filming.
We’ve been keeping readers updated on the news related to the project over the last couple of months, with the news that Joan Allen, Anthony LaPaglia, Stephen Lang and Kristen Connolly had joined the cast of the Peter Askin-helmed film, and today we've learned that rising actor Theo Stockman has now signed on for the flick, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Stockman has appeared in shows such as "Blue Bloods", "Private Practice", "CSI", "Nurse Jackie" and '30 Rock". He also appeared in Broadway productions of "American Idiot" and "Hair".
From the anthology "Full Dark, No Stars", A GOOD MARRIAGE has the following synopsis:
When her husband of more than twenty years is away on one of his business trips, Darcy Anderson (Joan Allen) looks for batteries in the garage. Her toe knocks up against a box under a worktable and she discovers the stranger inside her husband (Anthony LaPaglia). It’s a horrifying discovery, rendered with bristling intensity, and it definitively ends a good marriage.
Stockman is playing the son of LaPaglia and Allen's characters, a man who made a name for himself in the advertising world and is enjoying his newfound success.
Stephen King wrote the screenplay for A GOOD MARRIAGE.
We'll keep you posted on news regarding A GOOD MARRIAGE as it rolls in.