Showrunners from 'Haven,' 'Greek' and 'The Dead Zone' are bringing a TV series adaptation of a Stephen King short story to ABC as 'Grand Central.' The post New Stephen King TV Series ‘Grand Central’ in Development appeared first on Screen Rant.
Let’s go ahead and file this bit of news under the obvious section. For decades novelist Stephen King has had his sea of work gradually adapted into movies and television shows. This past year we got another dose of the horror writer’s view of a trapped fictional world with Under the Dome, and apparently we’re getting [...]
Stephen King‘s work is so prevalent, you can be a huge fan even if you’ve never picked up a book. Innumerable movies have made it to the big screen, miniseries have gone to television, and recently more of his stories are being adapted to serialized TV. There are Under the Dome and Haven and now another […]
Horror on television is hot right now and isn't showing any signs of slowing down anytime soon. Now there are a couple of new shows headed our way, one of them from the mind of the reigning master of horror that should get fans stoked. A...Show More Summary
The indie adaptation of Stephen King’s 2010 novella A Good Marriage is now complete, and the iconic horror writer has given it his blessing. “Have seen the completed film version of A GOOD MARRIAGE. I thought it was terrific. Of course…I wrote it!” King stated... Read More
If we're being honest, we're still working our way through our 2013 reading list - but that's because there's been so much top-notch talent to choose from. This year, we saw the return of giants like Stephen King with "Doctor Sleep" and Donna Tartt with "The Goldfinch," nearly as often as we were introduced to […]
Courtesy stephenking.com Critics and fans have been lauding Stephen King’s recently released follow-up to "The Shining", “Doctor Sleep,” so the news that his next novel, “Mr. Mercedes,” will be available June 3, is pretty exciting. The novel’s synopsis, via Stephen King’s official web site, indicates a crime thriller:"Mr. Show More Summary
Stephen King is currently on a roll on both page and screen - well, when isn't he, really? - and his next novel sounds like it'll continue his winning streak and offer up a little something different. Titled MR. MERCEDES, the book appears to have no supernatural elements, but does focus on a psychotic killer hellbent on murdering thousands. Show More Summary
"Grand Central," based on King's "New York Times at Special Bargain Rates" short, is one of five new projects -- at A&E, WE tv and TBS -- in the works via ABC Studios' boutique division. read more
Esquire just posted a list called "12 Authors Every Man Must Know." With entries like Stephen King and Philip Roth, it was the most phoned-in list I've read recently...
Like so many bands I’ve come to love, I came across Stephen Fearing’s music because of his (loose) connection to The Band. Fearing plays in a band called Blackie & the Rodeo Kings along with a guitar player named Colin Linden. Linden associated with The Band in the 80?s & 90?s and in 1987 he [...]
Stephen King has been on Twitter for all of four days, and he seems — oddly! — at a loss for words. The prolific novelist, who has penned something like 29 million words in his lifetime, has managed only four little missives thus far: two on the launch of his account (“no longer a virgin. […]
Three books from Hachette Audio have been nominated for GRAMMY Awards for Best Spoken Word Album. This includes: America Again by Stephen Colbert, Let’s Explore Diabetes With Owls by David Sedaris and The Storm King by Pete Seeger. Sedaris has previously been nominated for three GRAMMY awards. Show More Summary
Stephen King joined the Twitterverse, garnered a whopping 189,000+ followers, and mastered the art of tweeting smack talk.
In hardcover:Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep is down one position, ending the week at number 7. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.In paperback:Orson Scott Card's Ender's Game is down one position, ending the week at number 2.George R. Show More Summary
The New York Post reports that the Washington Post’s Richard Cohen, a friend of Nora Ephron’s since the seventies, when she began dating Carl Bernstein, will write Ephron’s biography. A judge has approved the final two settlements in the e-book price-fixing case, calling Macmillan and Penguin’s deals “fair, adequate and reasonable.”...read more
The best-selling horror writer has set up a Twitter account, getting 30,000 followers in 3 minutes before warning fans “not expect too much”. News by Dean Fetzer Twitter is a staple for a lot of people and there are some very high-profile...Show More Summary
In the first Prose & Conversation column, Richard and Leah talk 'The Shining,' 'Doctor Sleep,' and why we think Stephen King hates Kubrick's movie. Column by Leah Rhyne Back in August, my Post-Mortem column about Stephen King's classic work, It, garnered a lot of hits and spurred a lot of conversation. Show More Summary
I've recently finished Stephen King's Doctor Sleep - a good book, but not one I plan to review here for the recommended books category. While reading it, I encountered five colloquial phrases that were new to me, which I offer here for your consideration and comments (italics mine):"People laugh their asses off and burn yea film, takin pitchers. Show More Summary
One year ago today How to learn hiragana in one hour or less: Dr. Moku's Hiragana Mnemonics presents each character as an appealing and memorable cartoon - a rabbit eyeing a carrot, a dude with food, a farting cow.