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.
That's right, kids! Curious about this weekend's premiere of Mick Garris' mini-series adaptation of the Stephen King tale, Bag of Bones? Well then you're in luck as we have a review for you right here!
On Sunday, December 11th, A&E is set to debut director Mick Garris' latest endeavor, the television mini-series adaptation of Stephen King's classic novel Bag of Bones, which explores the themes of grief and lost love's enduring bonds, an innocent child caught in a terrible crossfire, and a new love haunted by past secrets.
Curious about Amazon's Instant Video but never taken the time to check it out? Well, how about killing two birds with one stone then as Amazon has made available a five-minute long sneak peek of A&E's upcoming Bag of Bones -- for free!
Had your fill of clips, images, and TV spots for Mick Garris' Bag of Bones adaptation that's heading to A&E on December 11th/12th? How about a new behind-the-scenes video then to get you even more excited about the upcoming show?
With performances beginning on January 31, 2012, it was inevitable that word would start trickling out regarding the final casting lineup for Carrie, the newly reworked and re-imagined production of the short-lived 1988 Broadway musical being performed at the Lucille Lortel Theatre. Today we bring you the full cast and crew for director Stafford Arima's Carrie, which opens officially on March 1st.
We're coming up on the December 11th/12th airing on A&E of Mick Garris' two-part adaptation of Stephen King's Bag of Bones so of course more promo materials are floating around the Net like a tiny corpse in the middle of a giant lake. Check out a trio of new stills from Cemetary Dance and a couple of TV spots that popped up on the show's Facebook page.
We've all been there -- something from our past that we're trying to avoid just won't stay buried. Such is the case in this latest TV spot for the television adaptation of Stephen King's Bag of Bones, a two-part mini-series airing on Sunday, December 11th and Monday, December 12th.
For my money neither of the adaptations (film, TV miniseries) of Stephen King's The Shining did the book justice, and it remains my favorite of everything he's written, which is why I'm really looking forward to its sequel, Doctor Sleep, and am super happy to pass on King's recent description of it.
This past July it looked like director David Yates and screenwriter Steve Kloves, the team responsible for several films in the Harry Potter franchise, would be adapting Stephen King’s novel The Stand into at least two films for Warner Bros. But then things got quiet, and Ben Affleck's name came up as a replacement. Now Yates is explaining what happened.
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!
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.
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 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!