Nope, Nothing Wrong Here: The Making of Cujo (hardback) Hardcover – June 30, Great book on the making of Cujo movie. Lee Gambin brings us an incredibly in-depth look at the movie with Nope, Nothing Wrong Here. Nope, Nothing Wrong Here: The Making of CUJO. likes · 1 talking about this. Book.
Lee Gambin analyzes the film scene by scene, including exhaustive coverage of the production from its problematic early days with originally-assigned director Peter Medak to the final edit by ultimate director Lewis Teague. It also thoroughly scrutinizes fear—both real and imagined—in a sharp and magnetic manner. Illustrated with over pictures most never before seen.
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Bernard leapt onto theater screens in courtesy director Lewis Teague. King himself has ranked the movie among the greatest adaptations of his work, saying that if Kathy Bates most deservedly won an Oscar for her performance as Annie Wilkes in Misery , so too should Dee Wallace have taken home the honor for her portrayal of Donna Trenton. It is a tour-de-force performance, one that invokes at various times judgment, sympathy, and ultimately terror in its audience.