"They wanted me to make a much more inoffensive, conventional script. But I don't think you can do proper Stephen King and make it inoffensive."
Under the Dome, the TV show based on a Stephen King novel, will answer the mysteries of the Dome itself during the finale to Season 3. And while viewers are looking forward to getting the Dome inside secrets, many were disappointed to learn that the finale also will serve as the last show, because Under... Show More Summary
Cary Fukunaga was going to direct a two-film adaptation of Stephen King‘s novel It, and that was exciting. But, as often happens, there were differences of opinion between Fukunaga and the execs at New Line, and the parties went their separate ways. Show More Summary
Twilight by Stephenie Meyer probably won’t be read 100 years from now, argues The Prestige author Christopher Priest. But Stephen King and J.K. Rowling have a decent shot at posterity. Also: Terry Pratchett, whose final Discworld book just came out, has an excellent chance at sticking around. Read more...
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There was a point in time when “Stephen King horror flick” truly meant something. With movies such as Carrie, Pet Sematary, Salem’s Lot, Cujo, and Children of the Corn, to name but a few, King has had a hand in some of the scariest cinema of the past 40 years. One of those so-scary-it-will-traumatize-a-child movies was […]
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Who produces better work--slow creators or prolific ones? One of America's foremost novelists weighs in.
Earlier this year came the disappointing news that TRUE DETECTIVE director Cary Fukunaga had dropped out of New Line Cinema's two part adaptation of the Stephen King epic IT after three years of developing the project and writing the screenplay with Chase Palmer. Show More Summary
Under The Dome earned praise when it first began. But although viewers were thrilled to have CBS offer an original scripted series in the summer, the excitement and ratings faded, and now CBS revealed that Under The Dome will end with Season 3, reported Variety. Show More Summary
This week's news indicates the cancellation of CBS on its hit science-fiction drama TV series based on Stephen King's best-selling novel of the same name, "Under the Dome."
For a writer who has sold millions of copies including hit titles like Cujo and The Green Mile, it is... The post 8 Common Writing Mistakes Stephen King Tells Us Not To Make Anymore appeared first on Lifehack.
Top strawweight contender Paige VanZant is rapidly rising as one of the future superstars on the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) roster. Finding success in and out of the Octagon, "12 Gauge" has proven that her winning combination...Show More Summary
Under The Dome started off with a big bang in viewer names for CBS. But the Stephen King adaption, which was unique in giving TV viewers original scripts in the sizzling summer, gradually fell off in terms of numbers. As a result, fans of Under The Dome will want to mark September 10 on their... Show More Summary
Sadly, we will never get to see a Cary Fukunaga-directed adaptation of Stephen King's It. The filmmaker started working on the big screen project all the way back in 2012, but wound up having too many disagreements with the studio and ultimately left the production behind. Show More Summary
The horror novelist responds to reader questions about writing and creativity based on his Sunday Review essay.
The second coming of the war for late night is, uh, coming—Jimmy Fallon may be the current ratings king over at The Tonight Show, but he’s in for a fight once The Late Show With Stephen Colbert premieres next week. We know there areShow More Summary
Author Joe Hill knows a thing or two about horror and mystery—after all, his dad is famed horror writer Stephen King. So when he comes up with a new theory about an unsolved murder, people listen. The Lady Of The Dunes is a cold case from July 1974, when two girls found the body of a nearly decapitated woman on the side of the road. Show More Summary
Whether you’re listening as a commentary or as a stand-alone podcast, WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL crept into the ears of fright fans during its inaugural month. First, they took on Stephen King adaptations, JEEPERS CREEPERS and creepy kids during their CHILDREN OF THE CORN episode. Then, they riffed on PAPER BOY, Nancy vs. Tina […]