HERE, NOW – As usual, thanks to everyone who turned out last night and listened to the Pulpit of Doom Podcast live as myself and Jaded discussed the top 10 stories circulating the week. These stories included death by cafeteria table,...Show More Summary
Fans of horror and thriller writer Stephen King will no doubt be pleased to hear his novel, Mr. Mercedes is set to be a limited series for television. What King describes as his first hard-boiled detective tale is to become a gripping series about the psychopathic killer. Show More Summary
Which authors do you admire most? The team at blinkbox books has created an infographic that examines the careers of several famous authors including J.K. Rowling, Stephenie Meyer, Meg Cabot, Stephen King, and Haruki Murakami. For each author that is listed on this image, their “breakthrough” novel is highlighted. Both Douglas Adams and J.R.R. Show More Summary
Minimalism Unwrapped; Stephen Montague, Christina McMaster, Chris Brannick; Kings Place Reviewed by Hilary Glover on Jan 10 2015 Star rating: 4.0 Lecturing and performance in enjoyable and informative study day on minimalism Part ofShow More Summary
I think it?s been the required amount of time between major announcements of future Stephen King adaptations, which is good, since the bestselling author?s crime thriller Mr. Mercedes is now on its way to the small screen with one of TV's most prolific creators. Click To Continue Reading
Sonar Entertainment announced on Tuesday that it’s developing Stephen King’s 2014 detective novel Mr. Mercedes as a limited series for
Mr. Mercedes charts a retired cop's search for a man who kills eight people by driving his car into a crowd The post David E. Kelley to Adapt Stephen King’s Mr. Mercedes for Television appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
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When you wander into your favorite bookstore, there’s often that moment where you turn the corner and find that seemingly every book in your sightline is written by Stephen King. Eventually, this might also be the case on your cableShow More Summary
Sonar Entertainment has signed a deal to develop Stephen King’s bestselling novel Mr. Mercedes into a television series. Scriptwriter David E. Kelley, who penned Boston Legal and Ally McBeal, will write the script. Jack Bender, the director...Show More Summary
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It’s pretty much a given that if Stephen King writes a book, the chances of it showing up on the big, or in this case the small screen are pretty good. King’s crime thriller, MR. MERCEDES, will be developed by Sonar Entertainment with “Boston Legal” and “Ally McBeal” creator David E. Show More Summary
Sonar Entertainment is developing a limited series based on the Stephen King novel “Mr. Mercedes,” with David E. Kelley on board to write and Jack Bender tapped to direct, reports Variety. “The novel revolves around psychopath who commits mass murder by driving his Mercedes into a crowd and the retired cop who makes it his […]
Sonar Entertainment will develop Stephen King's bestselling novel Mr. Mercedes as a limited series for television, Sonar Entertainment CEO Gene Stein said today. David E. Kelley (Boston Legal, Ally McBeal, The Practice) is attached to write the script and Jack Bender (Lost, Under The Dome) will direct. Show More Summary
Mr S’s colleague Tanya Gold writes in this week’s issue of The Spectator, that Eddie Redmayne is ‘very good’ in The Theory of Everything even if the Stephen Hawking biopic… Continue reading The post Eddie Redmayne reigns as king of the Hawkings appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Here’s an opportunity to do something seriously, terrifyingly awesome. The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, the actual 140-room neo-Georgian hotel hotel that inspired Stephen King to write his incredible novel The Shining, is planning...Show More Summary
In hardcover:Stephen King's Revival is down two positions, ending the week at number 4.Haruki Murakami's The Strange Library maintains its position at number 10.Anne Rice's Prince Lestat is up two positions, ending the week at number 11.David Mitchell's The Bone Clocks is up four spots, finishing the week at number 16.In paperback:George R. Show More Summary
Some hotels might shy away from an association with ghosts and gruesome (if fictional) murders, but not the Stanley Hotel. The Colorado landmark, which famously inspired Stephen King‘s The Shining, is leaning into its creepy history by commissioning a giant hedge maze. Show More Summary
Hey, wanna hear some FUCKING TERRIFYING news? The Stanley Mansion is building a hedge maze! WHY. WHY, STANLEY MANSION. The Stanley Mansion was Stephen King’s inspiration for the Overlook Hotel from the book (and movie) The Shining. The mansion has decided to host a public contest to design a 61,500 square foot hedge maze made [...]