Sometimes patience does indeed pay off as those who have been waiting since 2008 to see the stage production of the Stephen King/John Mellencamp collaboration Ghost Brothers of Darkland County can finally see a bit of light at the end of the tunnel. It won't be fully glowing until spring of 2012, but at least some light is better than none. And we've even got a nice look at the official poster for you today!
Although I don't have the exact numbers right in front of me, I would be willing to lay a considerable wager that Stephen King has had more horror stories adapted to film than any other author. That seems like a safe bet. And now, through King's "Dollar Baby" program, director Pablo Macho Maysonet IV has added the September 11th thriller The Things They Left Behind to the list of King tales to make the big screen.
First Details and a Teaser Trailer for E.J. Meyers' Adaptation of Stephen King's The Ten O'clock People
Shooting this fall in Providence, Rhode Island, The Ten O'clock People is an independent film adaptation of Stephen King’s short story of the same name. The film, a chilling cross between horror and film noir, will offer a 21st century twist to classics like Invasion of the Body Snatchers.
Some more casting news is coming in for Mick Garris' latest Stephen King television adaptation, Bag of Bones for A&E. We can already hear the cougars growling about past crushes, etc. Read on!
We've known for a while that Steven Spielberg and Stephen King were joining forces to develop a TV series based on King's supernatural thriller Under the Dome, and now that the project has found a home at Showtime, things should be heating up shortly.
Two young actresses have joined the cast of A&E's four-hour adaptation of the Stephen King novel "Bag of Bones" from director Mick Garris: Caitlin Carmichael, who has credits in both "True Blood" and "Dexter", is playing Kyra Devore while local Canadian thespian Fiona Forsythe has signed on for an as yet unnamed character.
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.
Never say die, Dark Tower fans! Today some more chatter about the project's film and TV adaptations is coming in from producer Brian Grazer, and it's pretty encouraging.
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.
Another actress has been thrown into the macabre mix that will be A&E's four-hour adaptation of the Stephen King novel "Bag of Bones" from director Mick Garris. Read on for the details!
Stephen King fans sure have a lot to look forward to. Along with his new novel 11/22/63, the eBook Mile 81, Carrie: The Musical's rebirth, and A&E's upcoming Bag of Bones adaptation, two new short stories are being published this fall! Read on for the details of each.
Paramount has been talking about a remake of Stephen King's Pet Sematary for a long while now, and like it or not, it seems to be creeping forward. However, at least this time they're talking to a very competent director.
When you consider that Stephen King movies during the Eighties boasted theme songs performed by the likes of AC/DC and The Ramones, having the guy most famous for singing “Everything Is Beautiful”, “Ahab the Arab”, “Gitarzan”, and “Mississippi Squirrel Revival” provide one probably seemed like a strange choice.
Some more casting news has broken for the upcoming A&E adaptation of the Stephen King tale "Bag of Bones". An actor has joined the cast that's sure to turn more than a few heads, both big and small.