The Fault in Our Stars director Josh Boone is currently hard at work on his upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s classic novel The Stand. According to the filmmaker, the script for the flick is already hammered out. Since the adaptation...Show More Summary
A theatrical version of the Stephen King apocalyptic epic The Stand, set to scrub the memory of the ABC 1990s miniseries from your brain, just took one step closer to being a reality. According to Collider, Josh Boone, who has been tapped to direct the sprawling tale of the aftermath of a plague that wipes […]
Hollywood’s infatuation with the idea of adapting Stephen King’s massive post-apocalyptic novel The Stand is still alive – and now another director is taking aim at attempting to tell the epic tale of good and evil on the big screen....Show More Summary
My post yesterday about Stephen King teaching English to high schoolers reminded a reader of that headline from The Onion.
Some new details have emerged on the long-gestating adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand. Current director Josh Boone (THE FAULT IN OUR STARS) recently spoke with Collider and offered a little bit of insight into his vision for the...Show More Summary
In anticipation of the Blu-ray release of The Fault in Our Stars, Collider caught up with director Josh Boone about his looming adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand. The latest on the long gestating project is that a script is now completed, and King approved. I finished writing the script maybe a month ago. Stephen […]
Fans of Stephen King's epic apocalyptic tale THE STAND have been waiting for a big-screen adaptation a long time, and now we're closer than ever to getting it. Director Josh Boone (THE FAULT IN OUR STARS) will be helming theShow More Summary
After a successful launch for Stephen King’s “Under the Dome” adaptation, TheWrap reports that CBS has given a put-pilot order to another King adaptation, this time from Greg Berlanti (“Arrow,” “Brothers & Sisters”) and Seth Grahame-Smith (“The Hard Times of RJ Berger”). The one-hour drama project, “The Things They Left Behind,” is based on King’s […]
CBS has had quite a bit of success with their "Under the Dome", a series based on the novel by Stephen King. Now the network is hoping that lightning strikes twice as they have ordered a put pilot for King's supernatural procedural "The Things They Left Behind", reports Deadline. The project, produced by Warner Bros. Show More Summary
CBS is getting into the Stephen King business again. Following Under the Dome is a miniseries adaptation of the short story The Things They Left Behind, about a 9/11 survivor who finds possessions of his dead co-workers in his home.Producing is Greg Berlanti, who adds this to Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl. [TV Line] Read more...
Greg Berlanti is a busy man -- the producer, who has "The Flash" debuting on "The CW" in October in addition to several other projects in the development pipeline -- has added another gig to his resume. He is adapting the Stephen King...Show More Summary
CBS found solid success with its Stephen King adaptation Under the Dome, so now they’re looking to adapt another of his works. The network has scooped up King’s 2006 short story The Things They Left Behind, set in the aftermath of 9/11. Show More Summary
Hopefully Stephen King isn’t getting his hopes up too much today, as yet another of his dream-acting-roles-masked-as-stories is being made into a procedural drama series. CBS, home to King’s Under The Dome, has put in a put pilot commitment for The Things They Left Behind, based on a 2003 short story by King that’s set in the aftermath of 9/11. Show More Summary
CBS has already done pretty well with the adaptation of Stephen King?s Under the Dome, so it?s natural that the network would want to bid on another King adaptation.Click To Continue Reading
In a competitive situation, CBS has landed The Things They Left Behind, a supernatural procedural drama based on Stephen King's short story, from Seth Grahame-Smith, and Greg Berlanti. The project, produced by Warner Bros. TV and Berlanti's...Show More Summary
Unlike the Stephen King novel on which it was (for about the first five minutes of season one) based, the television series Under The Dome has never specified that the town of Chester’s Mill is in Maine. After tonight’s episode, it’s hard to believe it could be, since nobody in town appears to own a nice warm jacket or pair of gloves. Show More Summary
Tom King, Tim Seeley and Stephen Mooney's "Grayson: Futures End" #1 is "well worth the read in its genuine chemistry, character-revealing moments and tight plotting."
By Kim Stagliano With horror and a sickening flashback to a Stephen King novel (and film by the same name) I watched the Bay Village Ohio teens play a terrible "prank" on a student with autism, using the ALS Ice...
The NFL isn’t ready to lose their first openly gay baller just yet… NFL Officials Begged Teams To Sign Michael Sam To Practice Squad According to NBC’s Peter King and ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith, NFL officials called teams around the