“I fucking love the woman in the painting… it scared the shit out of me.” – Stephen King in an e-mail to Andy Muschietti and Barbara Muschietti, after seeing last year’s IT. We’re now a week removed from the 4K/Blu-ray/DVD release of IT, so there’s a good chance most of you reading this have already […]
Last year's adaptation of Stephen King's IT was one of the most popular films of the year. Of course, that doesn't mean it was perfect, as the Honest Trailers team can always poke holes in even the best movies.
It's going down as one of the most terrifying films of 2017. But the scariest part of the Warner Bros. remake is its threat of a big screen Stephen King renaissance! Video: Jumanji's Honest Trailer Is Depressing AF That's what the folks at Screen Junkies warned in the Honest Trailer for the movie so scary, it effectively KILLED [...]
Even though Wonder Woman has been getting praised left and right for being a box office hit and the best movie in the DC Extended Universe, the real surprise box office hit of 2017 was the new adaptation of Stephen King’s It. It shattered...Show More Summary
The movie It based on the novel by Stephen King was a big hit in 2017, so it's about time for Screen Junkies to give it the Honest Trailer treatment. Watching this, it became clear that the producers just assumed everyone knew what It was about. Show More Summary
In addition to taking over Star Wars: Episode IX, producing a live-action remake of a smash-hit anime, making another Stephen King TV show, and producing a show about RuPaul (not to mention the countless things he already produces), J.J. Abrams apparently still has time to write yet another TV show. Read more...
Conservative New York Times columnist Bret Stephens on Monday accused Donald Trump of treating Martin Luther King Jr. Day as “a holiday for those people,” arguing the president is turning the country to “the United States of white identity politics.” “This morning, I read ‘Letter from a Birmingham...
Stephen King's scary magnum opus becomes a mega blockbuster, with more than a little help from Toronto. Toronto’s extensive work on the silver screen reveals that, while we have the chameleonic ability to look like anywhere from New York City to Moscow, the disguise doesn’t always hold up to scrutiny. Show More Summary
Mr. Mercedes, the AT&T Audience network series based on a trilogy of novels by Stephen King, will be returning for a 10 episode second season later this year, and with a new season will come new cast members. The names of two ofShow More Summary
Shawshank Redemption is one of the best Stephen King adaptations of all time, but no matter how many times you've seen it, you probably don't know the whole story.
In hardcover:Andy Weir's Artemis is down two positions, ending the week at number 6.Stephen King and Owen King’s Sleeping Beauties is down three positions, ending the week at number 12. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.In...Show More Summary
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Stephen Williams closed his eyes and bowed his head. Within seconds, nearly a dozen people formed a circle around him and placed their hands on his head, arms and back. “God bless you,” said Ronnie Chism, the pastor at New Mount Zion...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: New Line/Warner Bros’ horror smash It has crossed $700M globally. The Stephen King adaptation that just wouldn’t quit after starting a September rollout domestically and overseas, has ballooned to $700.2M worldwide — and that...Show More Summary
Previous recipients include Stephen Sondheim and J.K. Rowling.
Jack Black made an epic appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Wednesday (January 10) in promotion of his new Netflix movie, The Polka King! Instead of sitting down for an interview, the 48-year-old actor showed off his new-found polka skills by performing an energized rendition of the song “Everybody Polka” as his [...]
It is now on Blu-ray, and if you’re craving more Stephen King thrills and chills that are most reminiscent of Andy Muschietti’s adaptation, have I got a list for you! As /Film’s resident Stephen King expert, I combed the King archives and put together a list of 10 Stephen King movies to watch after It. Show More Summary
Stephen King’s 1986 horror novel It gave a generation of readers a bad case of coulrophobia; now a new movie version is doing the same
In a year so full of successful Stephen King adaptations, we suppose it should come as no surprise that AT&T’s Audience Network was able to find an audience for their King-adapted “Mr. Mercedes” series last year. Enough of an audience, in fact, that a second season was ordered ahead of the premiere season’s finale. Deadline […]
Last year, audiences were made believers when actor Bill Skarsgard brought the terrifying Pennywise the Dancing Clown to life in the Andy Muschietti-directed adaptation of the Stephen King novel IT. This was a movie that had a lot going against it. Not only was the novel beloved, but a lot of audiences looked fondly back […]