Stephen King wants to count Friday the 13th from Jason's gaze

On his Twitter account, Stephen King revealed an idea that occurred to him and drove fans crazy: counting Friday the 13th but from Jason's perspective.

If the opportunity arises, Jason He could expose his own version of the terrifying events in the Crystal Lake Camp. This possibility came about through a tweet from Stephen King, who revealed that he would love to tell Friday the 13th but from the gaze of the assassin in the hockey mask. What do you think of this idea?

In his Twitter account, the writer referred to this personal literary project of which he has little hope of carrying it out but would love. "The best idea for a novel I never wrote (and probably never will) is I JASON, a first-person narrative of Jason Voorhees, and his infernal destiny: killed over and over again at the Crystal Lake Camp. What an infernal and existential destiny! ”, He wrote on the social network.

From that brief description, two things can be inferred: first, that it would be the first time that a franchise product chooses to delve so deeply into the psyche of Jason Voorhees, and second, that probably Stephen King you want to immerse this character in a time loop. This would condemn him to die and revive constantly in that cursed lake.

But is it a possibility?

Unfortunately, getting the permits to put such a story on paper is a hassle that Stephen King you don't feel like submitting. “Just thinking about the legal scrub that one would have to go through to get the permits makes my head hurt. And my heart, that too », he writes. "But God, shouldn't someone tell Jason's side of the story?" Says the author.

Likewise Stephen King, Who had to change some details of his new novel for the coronavirus, also expressed his approval that it is in the cinema and not in a novel where Jason is voiced. He even proposed Blumhouse as the ideal company to support a film project in this regard. | Movies, comics and series