Nope, Nothing Wrong Here: The Making-of Cujo now available for pre-order

A week or so back, I shared with you guys the cover of the making-of CUJO book, NOPE, NOTHING WRONG HERE, which you can check out (again) below. 

In that article I also mentioned that I would shared with you guys the news when the book was finally made available for pre-order. Turns out we didn't have to wait long at all as the book is now available for pre-order in not just one, but two versions.

The book will be available to the public in either a hardcover edition, or a softcover edition. Here a brief sliver from the official book's description.

Lee Gambin’s book analyses the entire film scene by scene - and along with the academic input there is exhaustive coverage of the production. This is the ultimate in “making of” books, where no stone has been left unturned. From the film’s problematic early days with originally assigned director Peter Medak being fired, to detailed insight into screenwriter Barbara Turner’s take on the source material, to Lewis Teague being brought in to take over as director along with cinematographer Jan de Bont and beyond, this definitive tome features over thirty candid interviews with cast and crew such as stars Dee Wallace, Daniel Hugh Kelly and Danny Pintauro, director Lewis Teague, composer Charles Bernstein, as well as stunt man Gary Morgan who played Cujo in many scenes (care of a St Bernard costume). There are many more additional voices who were on set represented in the book such as Danny Pintauro’s parents as well as some highly deserving and loving insight about the late great animal trainer Karl Lewis Miller, from his daughter Teresa Ann Miller.
With over 200 pictures (most of which have never been seen), this is the perfect tribute to a modern classic – a pure celebration of eighties horror, Stephen King, dogs in film, powerhouse performances from women and much more.
The bottom line here is this…everything you have ever wanted to know about Cujo is in this book!

You can pre-order the hardcover RIGHT HERE and the softcover RIGHT HERE.

Extra Tidbit: Hardcover or Softcover? That's what she... urgh.
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