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New Stephen King Story A Face in the Crowd Coming in Late August

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.

Pet Sematary Blu-ray Details and Artwork

One of the better Stephen King film adaptations, Pet Sematary, is finally making its high definition debut and we have all the details you need to decide if indeed sometimes dead is better. Dig it!

San Diego Comic-Con 2012: Carrie Stares Down Hall H

The first artwork for the remake of Carrie is ready to stare down all who dare to walk through the doors at this year's Comic-Con, and we have a shot of it right here for all those not around to meet her gaze! Dig it!

Carrie: Check Out Your First Look at Gabriella Wilde as Sue Snell

Time for some more behind-the-scenes eye candy coming in for the remake of Carrie! Egotastic nailed down your first look at Gabriella Wilde as Sue Snell, and we have it for you right here. Check it out!

First Look at Chloe Moretz as Carrie

Well that didn't take very long. Word came earlier today that Carrie had begun filming, and now the first set pics of Chloe Moretz in the titular role have arrived. Note that although she's definitely in costume, it's not yet known what her physical look (hair, etc.) will be.

Warm Up the Pig's Blood! Carrie Starts Shooting!

We're pretty damned excited about the new version of Carrie. It has a great director, a great cast, and looks to be taking a lot more from Stephen King's book. Word came in just minutes ago that the film has begun shooting! Read on!

Chloe Moretz on Becoming Carrie

Recently the young lass who'll be terrifying audiences as Carrie White, Chloe Moretz, spoke a bit about her preparation for the role and what to expect when the flick gets here. We have to say we like what we're hearing! Read on!

Two More Ready for Carrie Remake

More casting new is coming out of camp Carrie today as two more have joined the ever-growing roster of folks that will soon be feeling the wrath of everyone's favorite revenge seeking psychokinetic teen, Carrie White. Read on for the latest!

Warner Brothers Splits Stephen King's It in Two; New Writer / Director Found!

Let's face it; trying to cram all of the horrors of Stephen King's It into one film is a herculean task that was kind of doomed from the get-go. So much would be lost. Thankfully cooler heads have prevailed over at Warner Bros. Read on for details.

More Details on Stephen King's Upcoming Novel Joyland

Last month we were pretty excited to hear about another new book coming our way from the prolific Stephen King - a slasher for a change - and now we have more details along with the novel's approximate release date.

Watch Pan's Labyrinth Star Ivana Baquero Reading for Carrie Remake

Here's an interesting video brought to our attention by DC reader Mike, which features Pan's Labyrinth star Ivana Baquero reading for the role of Sue Snell in Kim Peirce's redux of the classic Stephen King tome Carrie. Dig it.

Pan's Labyrinth Star Ivana Baquero May Be Joining Carrie Remake

The casting for the upcoming remake of Carrie continues to impress with the potential addition of another young starlet who'll be enjoying the havoc wreaked by everyone's favorite psychokinetic teenager. Read on, or we're all gonna laugh at you!

Stephen King and Joe Hill Collaborating on a Story for Esquire Magazine's Fiction for Men

We're not entirely sure what Esquire has in mind for its new ebook series "Fiction for Men", but as part of the launch they will be publishing a new story collaboration by father and son team Stephen King and Joe Hill entitled "In the Tall Grass". Hopefully women will be allowed to read it, too!

Atlas International to Adapt Stephen King's A Good Marriage

In more news from Cannes, Atlas International has added an adaptation of Stephen King's short story "A Good Marriage" to its slate. Peter Askin will direct the psychological thriller based on a story from King’s book Full Dark, No Stars, winner of the 2010 Bram Stoker Award for Best Collection.

By Jobe! A Lawnmower Man Series on its Way?

Let me make no bones about it. I hated the movie The Lawnmower Man. I hated its sequel, too. It's just another case of a Stephen King adaptation gone awry. That being said, could a television series based on the tale actually work? Interesting question.