Tuesday, November 24, 2020

The Stand TV remake billboards...

Stand TV remake billboard
Not only are the adaptations of Stephen King's work on the big and small screen prolific, but the remakes of said work are also staggering too.

IT, CarrieThe Mist and Pet Sematary have all been remade and rebooted in recent years, and now it's the turn of The Stand courtesy of subscription streamer CBS All Access.
Stand series launch billboard
The 1978 post-apocalyptic dark fantasy novel gets a new limited series about a world in ruins after a man-made plague and a battle of Biblical proportions between the survivors.

Whoopi Goldberg stars aS the 108-year-old 'Mother Abagail' gathering the forces of good together in the Boulder Free Zone, whilst Alexander SkarsgÄrd plays the devilish 'Randall Flagg' leading an army of sinners, darkness and evil in Las Vegas.
Stand 2020 remake billboard
The mini-series also stars the likes of James Marsden, Amber Heard, Greg Kinnear, Jovan Adepo, Heather Graham, Ezra Miller, Nat Wolff, Odessa Young, Henry Zaga, Brad William Henke, Owen Teague and Marilyn Manson.
Stand CBS All Access billboard
These appropriately foreboding billboards for the TV remake were photographed along the Sunset Strip and Pico Boulevard on November 10, 2020.
Stand TV series billboard
With the world facing a global pandemic at the moment, this reboot of The Stand is more timely than ever, but let's just hope humanity's future doesn't look the same as this story though.

Just as this year has proven, when the forces of evil gather, it's time to take a stand.
Stand series premiere billboard
UPDATED: Here's also another clever ad creative for the series showing the five people chosen to make a stand against Randall Flagg.
The Stand TV remake billboard
These billboards were spotted along the Sunset Strip and Wilshire Boulevard on January 8, 2021.
Stand TV remake billboard
With its themes of good versus evil and an apocalyptic pandemic this version of The Stand is eerily timely for the world we find ourselves surviving in at the moment.
Stand 2020 remake billboard

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