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Donald Sutherland, Jaeden Martell to Star in Stephen King’s ‘Mr. Harrigan’s Phone’ for Netflix

The film will be Netflix’s fourth venture into adapting King’s work.

Yet another one of Stephen King’s many iconic stories is being adapted for the big screen, and this time Netflix is getting in on the game once again. The streamer, who previously premiered 1922 and Gerald’s Game, has announced that Donald Sutherland and Jaeden Martell will star in their adaptation of Mr. Harrigan’s Phone, adapted from a story from the author’s latest novella, If It Bleeds.

Mr. Harrigan’s Phone follows a young boy named Craig, who lives in a small town and befriends the elderly, reclusive billionaire of the story’s title. The two bond over books and an iPhone, but when Mr. Harrigan passes away, Craig soon discovers that “dead” does not necessarily mean “gone” when he finds himself able to communicate with his deceased friend through the iPhone, which was buried with him.

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