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Spooky New Bag of Bones TV Spot

We're getting closer to the release of the television adaptation of Stephen King's Bag of Bones, and to celebrate its arrival, we have a fresh TV spot for ya!

Two More Swayed by The Hypnotist

Two more actors have been watching the pendulum swing back and forth, and back and forth, and back and forth, and back and forth, and back and forth, and back and forth, and back and forth, and back and fo...

Big Screen Asteroids Flick Gets a New Scribe and New Plot

The new American Godzilla flick isn’t the only big screen adaptation to get a new screenwriter this week. As hard as it is to believe anyone in Hollywood thinks a feature film based on the classic arcade game Asteroids is a good idea, someone’s idea wasn’t good enough so a new writer has been brought in to take a crack at the script.

New Bag of Bones Viral Site Serves as a Prequel to the Horrors to Come

We've seen a lot of different kinds of viral marketing in support of upcoming projects as of late, but this one? This one kicks a copious amount of ass. Stephen King fans, rejoice! You have a new online destination to rattle your bones.

MGM Looks to Deliver Adam Green's Killer Pizza

Adam Green continues his ongoing quest to work himself to death with several projects on the horizon including Killer Pizza, which has delivered some good news along with the pepperoni.

A Bag of Imagery From a Bag of Bones

A slew of new images have made their way online in anticipation of A&E's adaptation of Stephen King's Bag of Bones, and we have your hot ticket to see each and every one. Dig it!

Two More Stephen King Adaptations Are on the Way - Under the Dome and Rose Madder

Two more adaptations are on the way in various forms from the mind of one of the horror genre's most prolific and respected authors, the great Stephen King, and we've got the scoop on both of 'em for you right here in one space! Dig it!

Writers Found for Robert Zemeckis' How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack

The last time there was anything to talk about regarding the Robert Zemeckis live action adaptation of Chuck Sambuchino's How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack was this past April, and now that writers are attached, Zemeckis himself might direct instead of just producing. Read on for details.

Rights to the House of Night Young Adult Novel Series Sold to Davis Films

And another series of young adult novels is heading to the big screen. This time it's mother/daughter team P.C. and Kristin Cast's House of Night books that have been acquired by Davis Films, the production company behind the Silent Hill and Resident Evil films.

Ron Howard Managing Dark Tower Expectations

There's been a lot of sunshine and roses type of news coming out lately for the adaptation of the classic Stephen King saga The Dark Tower, and now director Ron Howard has come forward to do a bit of talking himself. Read on!

Promo Posters for A&E's Bag of Bones Adaptation

We're just about a month out from the debut of A&E's adaptation of Stephen King's Bag of Bones, and a trio of new promo posters have hit the Internet via SpoilerTV. Of course we have them all right here for your waiting eyes.

Craig Gillespie Leaves Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Can we just take this project down with a well placed head shot already? Please? Maybe some things are just not meant to be. The most ill-fated attempt of an adaptation of the year has just suffered yet another blow.

Martin Scorsese Looking to Build The Snowman

Once again film maestro Martin Scorsese is ready to dip his toe into our very dark waters with an adaptation of Jo Nesbo's bestselling mystery novel The Snowman. Read on for details.

Latest Dark Tower Update Involves HBO

And the beat goes on for those of us looking out for updates on the Ron Howard/Brian Grazer adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower with the pace picking up quite a bit thanks to the latest news from Grazer. Apparently now HBO will be handling the TV portion of the duo's vision for the series, which encompasses multiple films and television seasons.

The Tell Tale Heart is Now Filled with Love

The work of Edgar Allan Poe is notoriously dark, somber, and horrifying. So why not add some romance to sap things up a little bit. That's a great idea, right? Anyone? Hello? No, seriously, right? Um ...