Local Rivertowns Patch has first word on the next Stephen King adaptation, which is quietly going into production in Hollow, New York with a 15-day shoot planned. King’s Good Marriage, adapted into a screenplay by the author and to be turned into a movie by Will Battersby and Peter Askin, is a little darker than... Read More
Screw Star Wars: J.J. Abrams' next big project is a miniseries adaptation of King's 11/22/63.
The last we heard about the film adaptation of Stephen King's A GOOD MARRIAGE was way back when Joan Allen (above) joined the cast to play Darcy Anderson who discovers her husband has been keeping an especially terrible secret for years. Show More Summary
Watch new teaser trailers for CBS' TV Series based on Stephen King's 'Under the Dome' which will apparently include a reference to 'The Simpsons Movie'.
Since the announcement that Stephen King's novel Under the Dome was being adapted for a TV series, we've seen at last a few comments from readers about how the concept of the story - which has a small New England town being covered by a huge, invisible dome - sounds a lot like the plot of The Simpsons Movie. Show More Summary
In about two months, CBS will bring the TV adaptation of Stephen King's Under the Dome to viewers. The story is set in a small New England town that suddenly finds itself trapped beneath an invisible dome. CBS gave us a first look video, which gives us a look at the adaptation, which is being done by comic book and TV writer Brian K. Show More Summary
As has been pointed out after every mention of Stephen King’s Under The Dome—and with it, the upcoming CBS series based on same—the whole “trapping a town under a giant transparent dome” thing is one of many, many stories The Simpsons did first. Show More Summary
The Simpsons did it! But Stephen King thought it up first — the whole giant-transparent-dome-traps-small-town plot device. Now CBS’ series
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J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot production company reportedly wants to buy up the rights to the time traveling Stephen King's book 11/22/63, in which an English teacher travels back in time to prevent the assassination of JFK. Read more...
J.J. Abrams wants to buy the rights to Stephen King's novel "11/22/63" for a TV adaptation. Also: news on "Revolution," "Family Guy" and more.
Well, he won’t direct it, that much is almost certain given his current slate – but J.J. Abrams‘ Bad Robot shingle is currently negotiating for the rights to the Stephen King book “11/22/63?. The development of the project will happen through Warner Bros. TV, where Bad Robot has a deal. Per Deadline, “ the plan... Read More
Remember back in the 1990s when practically every Stephen King novel was made into a TV miniseries? We may be in for another wave. In June, CBS is bringing King's Under the Dome to television as a 13-episode limited series (with an option to extend should it do well). Show More Summary
J.J. Abrams’ company Bad Robot wants to turn Stephen King‘s best selling novel 11/22/63 into a time travel TV show. Said novel tells the story of teacher who goes back in time with the intention of preventing Lee Harvey Oswald from killing JFK. Deadline reports that Abrams is in negotiations to get the rights to [...]
John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963. Years later, a man travels back through time to the year 1958. Upon arrival he’s infused with purpose. He has five years to do everything in his power to stop the assassination. That’s the plot of Stephen King‘s novel 11/22/63 and J.J. Abrams‘ Bad Robot has [...]
After Jonathan Demme was pressured to drop his film adaptation of Stephen King’s 11/22/63—having run afoul of the nefarious military-industrial-Lindy hop complex—J.J. Abrams has stepped up to adapt the novel about a teacher who travels back in time to stop the Kennedy assassination, as well as dance. Show More Summary
Stephen King deserves kudos for his sweeping narrative powers, creative brilliance and prodigious output. But his real genius may be his ability to successfully navigate new content platforms.
For the first decade of his writing career, Joseph Hillstrom King, writing under the name Joe Hill, managed to avoid being outed as Stephen King’s son. He built his career entirely on the basis of his inventive horror stories (collected...Show More Summary
J.J. Abrams and Bad Robot are looking to secure the rights to Stephen King's 11/22/63, a long novel about a teacher who finds a doorway to 1958, does some research, falls in love, waits it out till the day of JFK's assassination, then tries to change history. Jonathan Demme exited a film ... More »
J.J. Abrams' production company Bad Robot is in final negotiations to adapt Stephen King's time travel epic '11/22/63' into a TV series.