Entertainment Weekly snagged this clip from Hulu’s Stephen King adaptation 11.22.63—which stars James Franco as a teacher who time-travels to prevent a certain history-changing presidential assassination from happening. This scene is clearly from early in the series, and it features a flashback to one character’s…
Hulu just dropped the first trailer for their adaptation of Stephen King’s novel 11.22.63, and it looks like it’ll be quite a bit of fun.
It’s only 30 seconds long, but the teaser for Hulu’s adaptation of Stephen King’s 11.22.63 has a ton of information. It’s got a voiceover to tell you the mission statement: go back in time to save JFK. It’s a bunch of people running around in period costumes. What more do you want?
Hulu scooped up Stephen King’s time travel novel 11/22/63 a while back, with James Franco set to star as the lead. Now, the streaming video company has released the first images, synopsis and release date for the show.
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