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FIRST LOOK: CBS All Access Shares Photos For ‘The Stand’

Filming for the CBS All Access limited series was completed in March. As the much anticipated series nears its final stages of production, CBS All Access has been kind enough to give us a first look at the cast of The Stand.

Last year the series started to come together in June. With so many roles to fill, fans of the novel and the early 1990’s TV miniseries held their breath. It was soon announced that James Marsden would be cast as Stu Redman, a role previously played by Gary Sinise in the TV miniseries. Things were off to a good start.

More casting news was close to follow as other pivotal roles were filled. Odessa Young would be cast as Frannie Goldsmith and Greg Kinnear would play the educated widower Glen Bateman. In August, we learned that Henry Zaga was cast to play the deaf and mute Nick Andros.

As September rolled around the two most talked about roles had yet to be cast. On September 11th, it was announced that Whoopi Goldberg would step into the role of Mother Abagail and Alexander Skarsgård would play Randall Flagg, a much loved baddie in the Stephen King universe.

September would round out The Stand cast with the additions of Jovan Adepo, signing up to play musician Larry Underwood, and Owen Teague, of IT fame, cast as nasty neighbor Harold Lauder.

Filming for The Stand wrapped in March, before COVID-19 hit and shut down much of everything across the globe. With the limited series in the post production stage, it is only a matter of time before it’s finished and fans can check it out on CBS All Access.

Until then you can be sure that TV spots, trailers and more promotional material are sure to come.

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ERIC J. CULLEN is a writer currently residing in California. A fan of horror since childhood, Eric spends his free time developing Horror Junket, writing screenplays, HODLING, as well as producing films in the horror genre. Eric is currently the future owner of a 1958 Plymouth Fury.

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