Author Stephen King hints that fans may not get the 3-hour version of 'The Stand' that was teased this summer. [...]
Stephen King just revealed that the movie adaptation of his classic post-apocalyptic book The Stand may be split into two different movies. And if you're read the work, you know that's probably a good thing. Read more...
Dolls with no little girls around to mind them were sort of creepy under any conditions.” ? Stephen King, Desperation God ole Uncle Steve. He’s not off base with this quote, not at all. When I was a child, like many other little girls, I had an extensive porcelain doll collection. I received them as birthday presents, begged for them at... Read More
Warner Bros. has worked on a new version of The Stand for a few years, using Stephen King‘s post-apocalyptic novel as a basis for work by a few different creative teams. Most recently Josh Boone (The Fault in Our Stars), a lifelong fan...Show More Summary
We've known for a while now that we would be seeing a new adaptation of Stephen King's best-selling novel THE STAND coming our way with THE FAULT IN OUR STARS director Josh Boone at the helm. We've had several updates onShow More Summary
"It's tiring," explains author Stephen King in this succinct interview, "to see the world looks more and more like George Orwell's vision in 1984 where war is a constant thing... it's just a little bit depressing." h/t The Burning Platform blog
Kelsey Grammer will play King Herod in National Geographic Channel's adaptation of Fox News Channel star Bill O'Reilly's book Killing Jesus. Meanwhile, Stephen Moyer will play Pontius Pilot, the Roman governor who ordered Jesus' crucifixion,...Show More Summary
If a man dethrones God in his heart, Satan must ascend to His position. Stephen King, 'Salem's Lot Foreshadowing of The Stand! I've seen several things as I read which King later picked up on and developed in The Shining and The Stand. Show More Summary
The BTK serial killer says he's read A Good Marriage, the Stephen King novella inspired by his crimes, and is working on a book himself. Dennis Rader, 69, who killed ten people between 1974 and 1991, signed away his media rights to the victims' families after he was convicted in... More »
Kill the Moon could be seen both as one of many totally implausible and scientifically absurd episodes of Doctor Who along with another high concept episode with a major role in the series. Even if we accept that the moon could really be a giant egg, it makes no sense for the development of the [...]
Like many of the adaptations of the horror master’s work, A Good Marriage, adapted by Stephen King from his novella and directed by Peter Askin, suffers from transition pains. Big ones. The films based on his work rarely manage to capture the sense of suburban dread his writing manages to invoke so effectively. Even when […]
Two can keep a secret, if one of them is dead. Screen Media Films’ A Good Marriage, adapted from Stephen King’s short story from the collection “Full Dark, No Stars,” is now on VOD and in limited theaters. Bloody Disgusting has two exclusive clips, one that best extremely vicious in bed. King wrote the screenplay […]
The HMS Erebus vanished into the Canadian Arctic in 1846. Prime Minister Stephen Harper has now confirmed that the ship was found, largely intact, near King William Island. The HMS Erebus was part of Captain Sir John Franklin’s lost expedition, which claimed the lives of 129 men. Show More Summary
What is it about Stephen King’s novels and short stories hat so often make their transition to the screen rocky, to say the least? Even when he adapts, as he does with “A Good Marriage,” starring Joan Allen and Anthony LaPaglia, the resulting product regularly fails to capture the breadth of his gifts as a storyteller. Show More Summary
Anthony LaPaglia and Joan Allen are terrific as a serial killer and his dutiful wife in 'A Good Marriage,' an intriguing thriller adapted by Stephen King from his short story. Anthony LaPaglia and Joan Allen are terrific as a serial killer and his dutiful wife in 'A Good Marriage,' an intriguing thriller adapted by Stephen King from his short story.
Fans of Stephen King’s massive novel, ‘The Stand‘, have been crying for a big screen adaptation ever since the 1994 miniseries adaptation aired on television. The miniseries was able to capture the spirit of the book but the four-part, eight hour attempt was still only able to encompass a portion of the story, leaving plenty […]
Don't go getting our hopes up by telling us that M-O-O-N might actually spell more than one film for the feature adaptation of The Stand, Stephen King. That's exactly what the author did -- minus the Tom Cullen reference -- in a recent interview. Show More Summary
It’s a question as old as time, or at least as old as cinema: What is the best way to adapt a written story for the screen? In the past century, many have fallen on this rocky road, getting knocked off course in the potholes of reducing plots to 90 minutes or casting characters in flesh-and-blood form. Show More Summary
Best-selling horror author Stephen King must have a thing for evil vehicles; he was writing about them long before a minivan nearly ended his life in 1999. This septet of scary cars, trucks and even a train epitomize King's – and by extension our – tormented love-hate relationship with all things wheeled.