Stephen King's best novel makes for Stephen King's best movie.
This one from 1995 (with D. Stephen Voss and Gary King) was fun. For our “Why are American Presidential election campaign polls so variable when votes are so predictable?” project a few years earlier, Gary and I had analyzed individual-level...Show More Summary
Stephen King Week continues with a film now beloved but once ignored.
This Halloween, audiences are going to have a chance to see Daniel Radcliffe become the devil. The fall holiday is when Alexandre Aja‘s latest film, Horns, hits theaters. Based on a book by Joe Hill (son of Stephen King), Horns tells the story of Ignatius (Radcliffe), a man accused of murdering his girlfriend. Show More Summary
Frank Darabont's third Stephen King adaptation has Cthulhu-sized balls.
Early this year it was announced that “The Fault In Our Stars” director Josh Boone was hired by Warner Bros to helm a new adaptation of the the classic, post-apocalyptic Stephen King novel “The Stand.”
"The last 5 episodes of Under the Dome totally rock," tweeted Stephen King last week. By the end of this episode — the first of the final five — I don't know if rock is the word, but we're certainly seeing some wild stuff. While we're comparing everything to Lost all the time, since there's no... More »
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M-O-O-N, that spells Alright, alright, alright! The big screen version of Stephen King’s mammoth end of days novel "The Stand" has been in the works over at Warner Bros. for quite some time -- with only a few whispers of developmental details every now and then (remember when Ben Affleck was attached to play Stu Redman?). Show More Summary
Following a stellar Oscar-winning performance last year in Dallas Buyers Club and a turn on television in "True Detective" that could end up with him taking home a trophy at the Emmy awards tonight on NBC, Matthew McConaughey is wanted and desired for a couple developing projects. Show More Summary
Could the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King's THE STAND be gaining a "True Detective"? It is a possibility as Deadline is reporting that Warner Bros. is coveting Oscar-winning actor Matthew McConaughey for a villainous...Show More Summary
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Could one of the new great actors of our time be joining Stephen King’s epic battle of good vs. evil? According to Deadline, Matthew McConaughey, who heads into the weekend as a favorite to win an Emmy for HBO’s “True Detective”, is coveted by Warner Bros. to play the role of Randall Flagg in The […]
Deadline is reporting that Warner Bros. Pictures is eyeing Matthew McConaughey to play Randall Flagg in Josh Boone (The Fault in Our Stars) upcoming adaptation of Stephen King's apocalyptic masterpiece novel "The Stand." Randall Flagg is the demonic figure who wreaks havoc after a plague kills most of the population. Show More Summary
The Lifetime Original Movie, Big Driver, (#BigDriver) premiering on Saturday, October 18 at 8pm ET/PT, is based on a short story written by best-selling author Stephen King and marks the first collaboration between Lifetime and King...
The Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson are known as the "Splash Brothers," and Sacramento Kings big man DeMarcus "Boogie" Cousins wants to join them. Unfortunately for Boogie, there are certain criteria that you must meet in order to be a Splash Brother. Show More Summary
The latest entry in Stephen King's movie-adaptation repertoire is "A Good Marriage," based on the short story from King's 2010 collection "Full Dark No Stars."Dread Central gave us a look at the poster and trailer for the upcoming movie...Show More Summary
The incredible comic by Stephen King's son is incredibly cheap on Amazon today, and so are some amazing PC games.
The series has often referenced and poked fun at things that were still years away from happening, almost to a disturbing degree. And no, I?m not talking about Stephen King?s Under the Dome. Here are ten of the most weirdly prophetic blackboard gags the show has used since its inception, and the real life events they predated.Click To Continue Reading
Quick catch up if you missed the first installment of this series: I’m a guy who missed a lot of generation-defining movies from my youth (though I did not, as many readers apparently suspect, intentionally not watch them as some sort of devious scheme). Show More Summary