The Stand EP on Which Character is The Most Different From Page to Screen

The Stand EP on Which Character is The Most Different From Page to Screen

Comic Book·2021-01-20 16:01

In the CBS All Access adaptation of The Stand, there are quite a few changes from the pages of the beloved Stephen King novel. In addition to shifting the setting of the story into present-day -- the book was originally set in 1980 then updated to 1985 and then again to the 1990s in subsequent printings -- and making a few edits in order to fit the story into nine episodes, some of the story's characters have gotten a bit of a tweak as well. Some male characters in the book were made female for the series -- specifically with Ralph Brentner becoming Ray Brentner (Irene Bedard) and Rat Man becoming Rat Woman (Fiona Dourif) -- while others saw their stories expanded, such as Julie Lawry (Katherine McNamara). But according to series executive producer Benjamin Cavell, there's one character that saw some major shifts simply because of the actor giving them life -- Nat Wolff's Lloyd Henreid.

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