Even though Carrie didn't work, that's not stopping anyone from adapting Stephen King tales for the stage, and the next project up for the live theatre treatment is the tale of an obsessed fan who knows all about Misery.
While we were bummed to learn that Stephen King's The Shining sequel, Doctor Sleep, has been pushed back to September of 2013, we do have his pulpy whodunit Joyland to look forward to a few months earlier in June. Check out the newly released cover art!
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?
Another Stephen King adaptation is on its way, and it's just scored itself a leading lady. Read on for more details regarding the big screen version of A Good Marriage from King's anthology Full Dark, No Stars.
The Facebook page for Kimberly Peirce's Carrie has been buzzing lately. Not only was it the director's birthday yesterday, but today marks the final day of filming.
Well, no, they're not really going to laugh. Why? Because hopefully by the end of the prom everyone who dared to make fun of poor Carrie White will be lying in a puddle of their own blood and bile. Read on for the newly released official synopsis.
Of all the stills we've seen from the upcoming redux of Stephen King's classic terror tale Carrie, this is by far our favorite. Things are definitely heating up! Check it out for yourselves, and start counting the days.
More behind-the-scenes imagery from the prom of Carrie White has hit the interwebs courtesy of Just Jared, and we cannot wait until star Chloe Moretz is of legal age so we can comment on how stunning she looks all covered in blood!
I don't usually like using the term "guilty pleasure" because I rarely feel guilty about the films I like. But this adaptation of one of Stephen King's earliest (and most fun) short stories is such a mixed bag that it's hard to type out any kind of legitimate defense.
Following up on last night's reveal of Chloe Moretz in full pig's blood-stained regalia as Carrie, Entertainment Weekly has just released a much better look at the imagery, and of course we have it for you here.
Carrie fans, HERE IS WHAT YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR! Entertainment Weekly scored the very first images of Chloe Moretz as Carrie White and Julianne Moore as her crazy mama! Oh, the blood! The sweet, sweet blood!
About four hours ago we reported that Warner Bros. passed on making the long talked about epic-sized adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower. Well in Hollyweird a whole lot can take place in just a few hours.
Well, Stephen King fans, things aren't looking good for the proposed adaptation of his The Dark Tower series. Earlier this month we learned Warner Bros. would be making a decision on moving ahead with the project within two weeks, and said two weeks are up...