Dean Koontz Returns to the Silver Screen   

May 20, 2009 It's been a while since a Dean Koontz novel was adapted to the silver screen. It seems like forever since "Servants of Twilight" came out -- even though I heard rumblings that film was going to be remade. Well, his novel "The Husband" is set to be filmed by Ole Bornedal, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Bornedal's last film "Deliver Us From Evil" was released in his native Denmark. Koontz's novel "The Husband" was only published in 2006.

It's about a husband who is put through a "series of tests" after a stranger calls him, in order to prove his love for his wife.

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