Exclusive Trailer: Supermarket Scares in Stephen King's The Mist

Thomas Jane gets lost in the supermarket in the new Stephen King horror flick.

by | November 5, 2007 | Comments

What’d be worse than a stopover in a town that’s been
fogged over like Silent Hill? How about spending those nights with a
few crazed evangelists? That’s half the premise to
Stephen King‘s
The Mist, the
new horror flick/lengthy religious debate from director
Frank Darabont, and
Rotten Tomatoes has picked up
the latest exclusive

In this adaptation of the Stephen King novella (you can
find it in the Skeleton Crew anthology),
Thomas Jane
stars as David Drayton, a father trapped in a supermarket by an otherworldly
mist that has enveloped his entire town. When creatures from the mist start
attacking, some believe the monster carry with them a less-than-friendly message from God.

Click the image for the trailer!

Not much new is shown in the latest trailer that we didn’t
already see in the previous trailers. Which means that if you haven’t already
read or seen anything from The Mist yet, here’s the best place to start. It
features everything you need to know: Jane debating with people of the nature of
the fog and its origin (botched military experiments strike again!), and with
quick cuts of bugs crashing through windows and people being snatched out of the

Director Darabont is no stranger to the works of Stephen
King, having previously scripted and directed
The Green Mile
The Shawshank
to obviously great effect.

The Mist will creep into theaters November 21.
Click here to
check out the latest trailer ("Trailer #3").