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Creepshow Comic Book Replica

THOIA readers and horror film / comic fans in general will find this of interest: it's a Creepshow comic book replica from the 1982 horror film directed by George Romero and written by Stephen King. Now of course we are all aware ofShow More Summary

Stephen King's 'IT' Movie Begins Shooting Summer 2015

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

'True Detective' director Cary Fukunaga will begin filming his adaptation of Stephen King's horror novel 'It' this summer. [...]

Cary Fukunaga To Definitely Run A Train On IT This Summer

2 months agoOdd : Badass Digest

Shooting on the Stephen King adaptation is mere months away.

Stephen King’s IT Will Shoot Next Summer

2 months agoFilm / New Releases : Coming Soon

Producer Dan Lin says Cary Fukunaga may only direct the first of two movies The post Stephen King’s IT Will Shoot Next Summer appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Stephen King’s ‘It’ to Begin Shooting Next Summer!

I’m pretty stoked about the feature film version of Stephen King’s “It,” which has been in the works for a few years over at Warner Bros. Vulture caught up with producer Dan Lin who confirmed that it’s his next movie, and that “True Detective” helmer Cary Fukunaga is attached to direct. “The idea is to […]

Cary Fukunaga's adaptation of It about to start pre-production

Cary Fukunaga, the director behind the great HBO series "True Detective," is about to embark on his biggest project yet: a big-screen adaptation of Stephen King's classic tome, IT. The project has been in the works for a while - longer than we actually suspected - and it appears as though "IT" is finally ready to set sail. Show More Summary

Cary Fukunaga Will Shoot Stephen King’s It Next Summer

Good news, horror fans: After a very long development process, it looks like a big-screen adaptation of Stephen King’s seminal horror novel It is finally going to happen. Vulture spoke with the project’s producer Dan Lin last night at an awards-season party celebrating The Lego Movie (which Lin also produced),... More »

McConaughey’s ‘Stand’—And Ours

2 months agoNews : The Daily Beast

The upcoming big-screen adaptation of ‘The Stand’—Stephen King’s epic masterpiece—may star Matthew McConaughey. Why this is the movie (and the actor) we need right now.

The Goodreads Interview: Stephen King

Thanks to our friends at Goodreads for this excerpt from their recent interview with Stephen King, whose new novel, Revival, was selected as one of Amazon's Best Books of 2014. ~ Just when you think Stephen King's well of pitch-black,...

Inventory: You won’t find it on a map: 11 fictional places that have appeared in multiple works

1. Castle Rock and Derry, Maine Stephen King’s most famous (and most often used) fictional location is his version of Maine itself; in his novels and short stories, the state is a universe unto itself, full of thick-accented locals, plucky kids, and ancient, unknowable evil. Show More Summary

What Places from Stand by Me Look Like Now

2 months agoOdd : Neatorama

The landmark film Stand by Me, an adaptation of a Stephen King novella, was shot in Oregon and northern California. Then & Now Movie Locations, a blog devoted to showing current images of places where iconic movie scenes were shot, has a section on Stand by Me. Show More Summary

'Typed' Is The Best Minimalist Writing Software Out There

"I try to create sympathy for my characters, then turn the monsters loose." This Stephen King musing is one of the many interesting quotes that greet you when you open up Typed, the new minimalistic writing software from the creators of the award-winning Clear note-taking app. Show More Summary

Will The Stand Be Four Movies?

Will it finally reach the big screen within the next two years? Film stephen king Josh Boone The Stand The Fault in Our Stars

'The Desert God': A Talk With Wilbur Smith

Photo: William Morrow Wilbur Smith has been described by Stephen King as "the best historical novelist." James Rollins said of Wilbur Smith's novels, "Every new book is an event, a cherished time to get lost in ancient worlds." His sales...Show More Summary

Stephen King Isn’t Slowing Down, ‘Revival’ Earns Author Another No. 1 Bestseller

Stephen King has one of the most prolific careers of any author in modern history. He’s proven himself versatile, writing about everything from prison breaks and battered women to telekinetic teens and murderous clowns. Any time he writes...Show More Summary

This week's New York Times Bestsellers (November 24th)

In hardcover:Stephen King's Revival debuts at number 1.Anne Rice's Prince Lestat is down three positions, ending the week at number 6.Patrick Rothfuss' The Slow Regard of Silent Things is down five spots, finishing the week at number 10. Show More Summary

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