Seems Stephen King's got a love affair with Victoria right now.
The mini-series remake of "Salem's Lot" was shot there last year, and now, according to The Australian, another cinematic spin-off from one of King's hard-covers is eyeing an Aussie shoot.
"Nightmares and Dreamscapes", an anthology of 20 stories, and a teleplay written in 1993, will be an eight-part US mini-series, booked in to shoot at Melbourne's Central City Studios in the Docklands.
Premier Steve Bracks said yesterday Nightmares and Dreamscapes would see "more than $20million spent in Victoria, with an estimated 150 jobs for local crew, technical staff and actors".
Coote-Hayes Productions, who also did "Salem's Lot", will be heading up the production - supplying it for TNT.