There was a stretch, in the late 1970s and early 1980s, when Stephen King's novels were inspiring numerous horror and suspense-thriller films.
King's name, alone, got people into theaters to see adaptations of That doesn't mean the author ever stopped telling stories. So now that Hollywood is circling back around to the cinematic-worthy works of Stephen King, they are remembering just how many incredible tales the writer has in his chest, and new movies are hopping on our radars.
However, the network did not green-light a pilot for the potential series, allowing NBC to pick up the project.
I don't agree with why this film exists really.
It's a completely clichéd story of some nerdish guy who doesn't think he can really talk to girls trying to win his ex back and finding love in other places along the way.
The actors all have this great likable quality that makes them fun to watch and they really do their best with the bland characters they have to work with.
It was crowd sourced with the draw to internet users by having half of the DOLLHOUSE cast in it.
The target audience of 'people who don't care at all what these actors are in but are just happy to see them on their screens' seem pretty happy with the finished product, but I don't really.