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Everyone in the movie business hypes their next project as the greatest thing ever. It's why you constantly see someone like Michael Bay saying that each new Transformers movie won't have the problems the last one had. This business is about showmanship, after all, and it pays to be a good showman. Having said all that, director Josh Boone's comments about his adaptation of Stephen King's The Stand almost seem a little too good to be true. While doing press for his latest movie, The Fault in Our Stars, this is what Boone told Vulture about The Stand, which follows a group of strangers trying to survive a deadly flu outbreak that is bringing society to its knees (and that's before the weird stuff happens): We’re gonna do one three-hour, R-rated version...

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