Doesn ’t it feel like we were just here? The LeBron James-led Cleveland Cavaliers taking on Stephen Curry’s Golden State Warriors. The King against the Baby-Faced Assassin. The best player against the MVP. Good times. Now, we’re nearly...Show More Summary
In hardcover:Claudia Gray's Star Wars: Bloodline is down nine spots, finishing the week at number 14.In paperback:George R. R. Martin's A Game of Thrones is up five spots, finishing the week at number 9.Stephen King's Finders Keepers is up one position, ending the week at number 12.
Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series has been a beloved of fans who enjoy King’s fantastical stories. The three-part film series will be directed by Nikolaj Arcel, with the screenplay being written by Avika Goldsman, Anders Thomas Jensen, and Jeff Pinkner. Show More Summary
The Eastern Conference Final between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Tampa Bay Lightning had more plot twists than a Stephen King novel. Injuries, brilliant performances by impact players, tremendous moments by obscure role players—and a...Show More Summary
On Friday, June 3rd, Chiller and Shout! Factory will be airing the premiere of Fender Bender, an original slasher that was directed by Mark Pavia. This marks the return of Pavia, whose last movie was the 1997 vampiric horror film The Night Flier, which was based on a short story from author Stephen King. To […]
Stephen King works get adapted on a regular basis, so it's not really a surprise to hear the announcement that another one of his bestsellers is getting adapted as a TV show. Click To Continue Reading
The Joker has a surprise for Batman on the Joker The Shining Art Print, and he really wants to share it with the Dark Knight. Jack Nicholson played Jack Torrance in Stephen King’s The Shining and he played the Joker in Tim Burton’s Batman, and artist Marco D’Alfonso took advantage of those casting choices by […]
Amy Tan, Michael Chabon, Jennifer Egan, Cheryl Strayed, and Dave Eggers have signed on to the still-growing list
David E. Kelley's adaptation of the hard-boiled detective novel will star Brendan Gleeson and Anton Yelchin.
Stephen King and 400 other notable writers, including Cheryl Strayed and Amy Tan, penned “an open letter to the American people” about why they are opposed to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. The letter is posted at Literary Hub, a website that describes itself as “a site readers can rely on for smart, engaged,... Show More Summary
Some 470 US writers — including big names like Stephen King, Amy Tan, Dave Eggers, Cheryl Strayed, and Pulitzer Prize–winner Junot Díaz — have signed an online petition to oppose the candidacy of Donald Trump for president.
TeleSur | – – The writers condemn Trump’s appeals to the most violent elements of society, while encouraging aggression, intimidating his opponents and promoting racism. Stephen King, the master of horror, is…
The Hollywood Reporter recently revealed that David E. Kelley is finally ready to start filming a long-awaited screen adaptation of Stephen King’s hardboiled crime novel, Mr. Mercedes. The series will consist of 10 episodes and will air in 2018 on AT&T’s Uverse streaming service in addition to DirecTV. Show More Summary
AT&T’s Audience Network has handed out a 10-episode straight-to-series order for David E. Kelley’s adaptation of Stephen King’s “Mr. Mercedes,” writes THR. Brendan Gleeson (pictured below; Edge of Tomorrow, Troy, Gangs of New York) and Anton Yelchin (Green Room, Fright Night, Terminator Salvation) have been tapped to star in the drama produced by Sonar Entertainment. […]
Mr. Mercedes, the Stephen King adaptation series from showrunner David E. Kelley, has landed a network! Picked up by AT&T's Audience Network (which also airs the popular series Kingdom), the show has been ordered straight to series with ten episodes, set to premiere in 2018. Show More Summary
Even Stephen King thinks the presidential hopeful is terrifying
The 10-episode straight-to-series drama is based on the Stephen King best-seller and hails from showrunner David E. Kelley. It will premiere in 2017. read more
More Than 400 Writers Sign Petition Protesting Donald Trump A group of more than 400 writers, including big names such as Stephen King, David Eggers, Amy Tan, Junot Diaz and Cheryl Strayed, released an online petition on Tuesday to express...
Donald Trump just lost the Iowa Writers' Workshop. On Tuesday, more than 400 literary luminaries — including Stephen King, Dave Eggers, Amy Tan, Junot Díaz, and Cheryl Strayed — signed on to "An Open Letter to the American People" decrying the Donald's candidacy. Here's the CliffsNotes version: Because, as writers, ... More »
Yeah, it’s not a great sign when the man who invented a sewer-dwelling, child-murdering spider clown finds you off-putting. Stephen King, Junot Diaz, Jennifer Egan, and hundreds of other writers published “An Open Letter to the American People” to Lit Hub this week opposing the candidacy of Donald Trump. According ... More »