Johnny Depp To Step Into McGavin's Shoes As THE NIGHT STALKER

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: Empire

The news out of Hollywood today is that Johnny Depp has teamed up with Disney to secure the movie rights to the 1970s cult television series "The Night Stalker." Depp's production company Infinitum Nihil is already in place to begin pre-production work alongside the folks at Buena Vista.

Depp will be taking over the role of Carl Kolchak, which was originally played by the late Darren McGavin, a pesky newspaper reporter who had a knack for stumbling on stories involving monsters, aliens and other paranormal activity.

It has been noted that "The Night Stalker" was one of Chris Carter's major influences in developing "The X-Files".

No word on a director or cast for "The Night Stalker."

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