First Look at Stephen King’s “The Dark Tower” Through Photos

Jake (Tom Taylor) tries to navigate through the eerie and inhospitable Mid-World in Columbia Pictures' THE DARK TOWER.
Jake (Tom Taylor) tries to navigate through the eerie and inhospitable Mid-World in Columbia Pictures’ THE DARK TOWER.

Word is the filming has finally wrapped on production of the Nikolaj Arcel-directed film of the Stephen King series, THE DARK TOWER.  Nothing is better than waiting on a certain type of film and finally getting it with cast members such as Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey.  There is much to assume about how the story will be presented. Good thing is, movie-goers don’t have to wait long, as the film is set to hit theaters in October.

Chatter around the water-cooler is that Entertainment Weekly’s PopFest celebration, which will take place on October 29th – 30th in downtown Los Angeles, will be the first venue to showcase footage from the film.   VOF staff members will definitely be on site for all the excitement.

Take a look at some first photos from THE DARK TOWER below.

Roland Deschain (Idris Elba) and Jake Chambers (Tom Taylor) in Columbia Pictures' THE DARK TOWER.
Roland Deschain (Idris Elba) and Jake Chambers (Tom Taylor) in Columbia Pictures’ THE DARK TOWER.
Roland Deschain (Idris Elba) in Columbia Pictures' THE DARK TOWER.
Roland Deschain (Idris Elba) in Columbia Pictures’ THE DARK TOWER.
Jake Chambers (Tom Taylor) inside Dutch Hill in Columbia Pictures' THE DARK TOWER.
Jake Chambers (Tom Taylor) inside Dutch Hill in Columbia Pictures’ THE DARK TOWER.
Director Nikolaj Arcel with Tom Taylor and Idris Elba on the set of Columbia Pictures' THE DARK TOWER.
Director Nikolaj Arcel with Tom Taylor and Idris Elba on the set of Columbia Pictures’ THE DARK TOWER.
Jake Chambers (Tom Taylor) in his room in Columbia Pictures' THE DARK TOWER.
Jake Chambers (Tom Taylor) in his room in Columbia Pictures’ THE DARK TOWER.
Walter (Matthew McConaughey) in Columbia Pictures' THE DARK TOWER.
Walter (Matthew McConaughey) in Columbia Pictures’ THE DARK TOWER.

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