A short while ago we got to see what Cemetery Dance was putting together for its special editions of Stephen King's Doctor Sleep, and now finally Scribner has unveiled the official artwork for its hardcover edition of King's long awaited sequel to The Shining.
Stephen King on Doctor Sleep's Origins, a Possible Movie Prequel to The Shining, His Legacy, and More
A few weeks ago EW released some teasers from its in-depth interview with Stephen King for Doctor Sleep (coming in September), and now they've published the whole thing. We have several highlights here.
Stephen King's The Shining sequel, entitled Doctor Sleep, is being released on September 24th, 2013, by both Scribner and Hodder & Stoughton, and recently Entertainment Weekly caught up with the author to talk about his long awaited book.
Sometimes, no matter how hard you try and how much you put into something, it just doesn't line up right. Such is the case with Jonathan Demme and his optioned feature film rights to Stephen King’s 11/22/63.
Stephen King's The Shining sequel, entitled Doctor Sleep, is being released on September 24th, 2013, by both Scribner and Hodder & Stoughton as opposed to the originally announced date of January 15th, 2013. Hell, we waited this long; what's a few more months?
Stephen King's official site broke the news this week that a new story from the author (co-written with Stewart O'Nan) is on its way August 21st, and we have all the details right here.
It looks like 2013 is going to begin with a bang as Stephen King's The Shining sequel, entitled Doctor Sleep, is being released on January 15th by Scribner. Just in case you're on the fence, check out the book's newly released synopsis right here.
For the first time in more than a decade, Stephen King will narrate a full-length audiobook, The Wind Through the Keyhole: A Dark Tower Novel, to be published on April 24, 2012.
The audio book version of Stephen King's Mile 81 novella, which is read by Edward Herrmann and Thomas Sadoski, will be released on January 10, 2012; and to help get you geared up for it, we have an excerpt that you can listen to via the comfort of your own computer.
One week from today (on November 8th to be exact), Stephen King's latest novel, 11/22/63, hits bookstore shelves (and online outlets) in full force; and to make sure no one's forgotten about in all the excitement of the just concluded Halloween season, publisher Simon & Schuster has put together a pretty cool commercial promo for it.
As we approach the early November release of Stephen King's 11/22/63, publisher Simon & Schuster has provided a new trailer for the enhanced eBook version, which includes a 13-minute film, written and narrated by King himself, that will take you back--as the novel does--to Kennedy era America.
Don't want to wait until November 8th for the release of Stephen King's upcoming 11/22/63 to check it out? Then you'll want to head over to the prolific author's website right now, where several audiobook samples from the novel await your perked up ears.
Children of the Sixties (and other fans of the era) should be quite excited to hear about an extra feature being included by Simon & Schuster in the enhanced eBook version of Stephen King's 11/22/63: a 13-minute film, written and narrated by King himself, that will take you back--as the novel does--to Kennedy era America.
British publishing house Hodder & Stoughton has released a trailer for Stephen King's upcoming 11/22/63 which we think perfectly evokes the time and mood of that era. Check it out and see if you don't agree.
Though we're still months away from the release of Stephen King's new time travel inspired novel, 11/22/63, the movie rights to the book have already been optioned. Yep, Hollyweird moves that quickly! According to Variety Jonathan Demme has optioned feature film rights to Stephen King’s upcoming novel and is set to write, direct and produce.