"Castle Rock" is a horror anthology series set in Stephen King's universe. Here are King's top 15 tales they need to adapt for it. The post King’s Castle: 15 Stephen King Stories They Need To Adapt For Castle Rock appeared first on CBR.com.
Can the 2017 adaptation of Stephen King’s It possibly be better than the 1990 miniseries based on the same book? It is an extremely hotly debated question online, and the two sides of the argument could not be more distinct. Many people,...Show More Summary
Hulu's Castle Rock will feature a huge selection of characters from all over Stephen King's impressive library of work. Check out the first trailer teasing the big connected universe.
Hulu wants to scare the pants off you. The streaming service ordered ten episodes of the soon-to-be-in-production psychological-horror drama series, Castle Rock. READ MORE »
Reigning Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight king Tyron Woodley will put his title on the line opposite Stephen Thompson at UFC 209 on Mar. 4 live on pay-per-view (PPV) from inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The...Show More Summary
Oh and she’s totally anti-remake. Nearly 30 years after Tommy Lee Wallace’s miniseries adaptation of Stephen King’s It debuted on ABC, we’re gearing up for the return of Pennywise this coming September. It’ll be the first time the creepiest clown in horror history has ever made his way onto the big screen, and the first part in […]
This summer, director Andy Muschietti will be pitting a whole new batch of actors against the evil clown Pennywise in his take on the Stephen King novel IT. Regardless of how well Muschietti's version is received, the previous adaptation...Show More Summary
I’ll never forget the first time I laid eyes on party photo king Mark “The Cobrasnake” Hunter. It was Coachella 2003 and my friends and I were taking a break, sitting on the grass in the VIP area when a dude in neon shorts, knee socks and a headband approached...
Most Stephen King movie or TV adaptations have been just that: adaptations. Some have taken some liberties with the material, with the least faithful being reinterpretations of his writing. So when a teaser […] The post Stephen King’s Works Are Already Connected in ‘Castle Rock’ appeared first on Geek.com.
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One week a month, Watch This offers movie recommendations inspired by new releases or premieres. This week: With the Academy Awards a few days away, we look back at some of the unlikeliest Oscar nominees, picking a different major category every day. Show More Summary
You've always wondered: What's Stephen King's best book? I'm about to tell you. Column by George Cotronis Stephen King has 54 novels under his belt. I'm here to tell you which one is the hands down, no doubt, absolute best. The Long Walk is a novel King released under his pseudonym Richard Bachman in 1979. Show More Summary
So it’s come to this: a trailer for a cinematic universe (even one on television) that consists entirely of diagrams of the links between different intellectual properties. True, Stephen King has been linking his novels into one semi-coherent...Show More Summary
Though we still know next to nothing about Castle Rock, the newest collaboration between J.J. Abrams and Stephen King, we do know that, whatever it is, it’s good enough for Hulu to commit to a 10-episode first season. The streaming platform...Show More Summary
As far as I can tell, every single human person on the planet older than, maybe, two, is fucing bonkers excited about the new, mysterious series from J.J. Abrams and Stephen King called CASTLE ROCK. And each and everyone one of us cried out in one voice "what the ever-loving-sht is it about?? Rumors flew and theories were debated. Show More Summary
A new TV series will feature elements from a number of well-known Stephen King projects, with references to “The Shawshank Redemption,” “The Shining” and other King work. Hulu today announced plans for “Castle Rock,” named after the fictional Maine town...
Press release from Hulu, Feb. 21, 2017: Hulu is taking viewers into the chilling world of acclaimed, best-selling author Stephen King in the new Hulu Original drama series Castle Rock, from J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions, Warner Bros. Television and...
J.J. Abrams and Stephen King are teaming up once again for a television project, and this time, it will take inspiration from several of King's most iconic works, as well as his larger horror-verse. Hulu officially ordered 10 episodes of "Castle Rock," named for the fictional Maine town setting of many King stories. Show More Summary
'Castle Rock,' with a 10-episode order, is the name of a fictional town in King's novels.
After plowing through several of his novels and short story collections, all Stephen King readers eventually come to a realization: all of his stories take place in the same universe. Well, more specifically, a multiverse. Some stories take place in the same town, while others take place in alternate dimensions. Show More Summary