This is an interview that I did with the Director of the upcoming “Willa” adaptation, Christopher Birk. This is my first interview with someone who is not in a heavy metal band, so hang with me if it’s no good. I also want to send out a big thank you to Chris for the opportunity to interview him.
You may have already heard, or you may not but Stephen King’s “Willa,” from his collection of short stories “Just After Sunset,” is being adapted as a movie. Above is the first teaser trailer for the film. You may not be familiar with the story, so here’s a short synopsis according to Stephen King’s Official Site:
A group of travelers has found themselves stranded in a railroad station waiting for a train that never seems to come to replace the one they had been traveling in. David Sanderson realizes that his fiance, Willa, is not at the station and follows her to the nearby town. He finds her at a local honky-tonk but when it seems that the other patrons of the establishment are not just ignoring them, an awareness of their situation begins to come over him.