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Newswire: Josh Duhamel joins Hulu’s Stephen King adaptation 11/22/63

According to The Hollywood Reporter, professional handsome man Josh Duhamel has signed on to Hulu’s adaptation of 11/22/63, the Stephen King book about a guy who goes back in time and tries to prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Show More Summary

The ‘Horror’ of Making a Living from Selling eBooks

Look out, Stephen King. A new generation of Horror authors are using the power of self-publishing to climb the ranks, get new fans, and push the envelope in the genre. J. Thorn is an up-and-coming Horror author who knows how to write great books … and build an audience and income stream with them. Show More Summary

Book Review: Charles Bukowski’s On Writing is essential for fans but few others

Unlike Stephen King’s 2000 book of the same title, Charles Bukowski’s On Writing is less concerned with the art of its author’s chosen craft than the business of it, the dispiriting processes of pitching and revisions that any professional wordsmith will be oh-so-familiar with. Show More Summary

Daily 2 Cents: Creepy Clown Menaces Chicago Cemetery -- 'Well-Preserved Yeti' Sold at Auction -- Dead Man Believed to be 'Human/Alien Hybrid'

Creepy Clown Menaces Chicago Cemetery A clown lurking around a cemetery at night sounds like a disturbing scene from a Stephen King novel, but it turned into a real life scare when some costumed bozo was spotted in a Chicago graveyard. Show More Summary

"Under the Dome" Is Summer Fun

TV Review - Jackie K Cooper "Under the Dome" (CBS) "Under the Dome" is great lightweight summer entertainment. For sure the CBS series, based on the novel by Stephen King, isn't meant to be taken seriously. That doesn't mean it is in the "Sharknado" category, but it also does mean this isn't "The Good Wife". Show More Summary

Creepy Clown Trespasses In Chicago Cemetery

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

A clown lurking around a cemetery at night sounds like a disturbing scene from a Stephen King novel, but it turned into a real life scare when some costumed bozo was spotted in a Chicago graveyard. At the Rosehill Cemetery, a bizarre...Show More Summary

This week's New York Times Bestsellers (July 20th)

In hardcover:Stephen King’s Finders Keepers is down two spots, finishing the week at number 7.Christie Golden's Star Wars: Dark Disciple debuts at number 17.In paperback:Andy Weir's The Martian maintains its position at number 2 (trade paperback).Emily St. Show More Summary

8 reasons we'll miss Stephen Jackson, the NBA's trill king

Captain Jack has officially retired from the NBA, but he'll always be in our hearts. Stephen Jackson is retiring from the NBA. Jackson last played a short stint with the Clippers in 2013-14, but had not officially announced his retirement until now. Jackson was a controversial figure around the league. Show More Summary

Readers' Poll: The 10 Best Stephen King Movies

Stephen King would be the first person to say that Hollywood hasn't always done a great job with his books. For every brilliant film like Misery and The Shining, there's a dog like Dreamcatcher or Children of the Corn and its many, many sequels. There's also Shawshank Redemption and Stand by...

‘The King Of Comedy’ Broadway Play Nabs Award-Winning Writers

Hedwig & The Angry Inch composer/lyricist Stephen Trask and Rock of Ages author Chris D'Arienzo have signed on for the Broadway musical adaption of Arnon Milchan's film classic, The King of Comedy for New Regency. The 1982 movie, directed...Show More Summary

Carol Polakoff’s Busy Viewfinder Teams With Stephen Rivele On 2 Drama Projects

EXCLUSIVE: Filmmaker and TV producer-director Carol Polakoff last year expanded her Viewfinder Pictures banner into television with projects that include The Iron King at FX. Based on the French book series, it's adapted by Christopher Kyle (and is particularly close to Polakoff’s heart as an American who lived in France for 21 years). Show More Summary

Seth Curry Inks 2-Year Deal With the Sacramento Kings

Stephen Curry’s little brother, Seth, has reportedly come to terms with the Sacramento Kings on a two-year, $2 million deal. Let’s goooooo! He’s been patient and worked so hard to The post Seth Curry Inks 2-Year Deal With the Sacramento Kings appeared first on SLAMonline.

Kings close to signing Seth Curry

According to ESPN.com the Sacramento Kings are close to giving Stephen Curry’s brother Seth a spot in the league: Seth Curry and brother Stephen Curry are about to be NBA neighbors, according to league sources. Sources told ESPN.com that Seth Curry and the Sacramento Kings are in the process of finalizing a two-year deal worth just shy [...]

Carla Norton and Matt Venne will take you to The Edge of Normal

To date, every project in the Writer section of Matt Venne's filmography has been something genre-related, from episodes of MASTERS OF HORROR and FEAR ITSELF to the mini-series adaptation of Stephen King's BAG OF BONES and a handfulShow More Summary

Stephen King’s “Ten O’Clock People” Adaptation Renamed to ‘Cessation’

Will the adaptation of Stephen King’s “The Ten O’Clock People” ever go into production. King fan site Lilja’s Library caught up with Tom Holland (Fright Night, Child’s Play), who has been developing the project for years. According to the site, the adaptation continues to be developed, and has also gone under a title change: it […]

Stephen King adaptation The Ten O'Clock People is now Cessation

FRIGHT NIGHT/CHILD'S PLAY director Tom Holland has been trying to get an adaptation of Stephen King's short story THE TEN O'CLOCK PEOPLE (from the NIGHTMARES & DREAMSCAPES collection) made for several years now, at one point hoping to have the film out in 2013. Show More Summary

This week's New York Times Bestsellers (July 13th)

In hardcover:Stephen King’s Finders Keepers is down one spot, finishing the week at number 5.In paperback:Andy Weir's The Martian maintains its position at number 2 (trade paperback).Emily St. John Mandel’s Station Eleven is down two positions, ending the week at number 7 (trade paperback).George R. Show More Summary

Academia vs. Imagination: The Problem of Intellectualism in the Works of Stephen King

last weekArts / Writing : LitReactor

An examination of the throughline of intellectual characters portrayed negatively in the works of Stephen King. Column by Bart Bishop Stephen King is known for consistent themes throughout his work. The biggest would be his vilifying of religious fundamentalism, from Carrie White's mother in his first published novel to Mrs. Show More Summary

Weekend Rock Question: What Is the Best Stephen King Movie?

News came out this week that Andy Muschietti, director of the indie horror hit Mama, is in talks to helm a big-screen adaptation of Stephen King's classic 1986 book It. The project has been in development for years, and at one point director Cary Fukunaga was attached, but he recently dropped out...

Quiz: How Well Do You Know Stephen King Movies?

Author Stephen King knows horror -- he's been writing it for decades -- and his books have steadily crept into our collective unconscious through their many (many) words and countless movie adaptations. But how well do you really know...Show More Summary

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