To celebrate the launch of Stephen King's new book Full Dark, No Stars, Future Shorts and UK publisher Hodder and Stoughton have worked with four of the most exciting directors in the Future Shorts network to create four film trailers ahead of the release. First up is "1922" by Stefan Stuckert.
Turns out Stephen King has changed his mind about not having a signing for his upcoming Full Dark, No Stars four-novella collection as one has been scheduled for Thursday, December 2nd, at RiverRun Bookstore in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
With the November 9th release date for Stephen King's Full Dark, No Stars quickly approaching, publisher Simon & Schuster is starting its promotional efforts for the book, which include a short commercial and an audio excerpt, both of which we have for you right here!
Marvel Comics has announced the next series in the New York Times best-selling line of Stephen King's Dark Tower adaptations with Dark Tower: The Gunslinger - The Little Sisters of Eluria. Look for Issue #1 in December, 2010.
We've been talking about a possible adaptation of Stephen King's Dark Tower saga for what seems like forever now, but, it looks as if we're finally gonna get it. In spades even! From The Hollywood Reporter:
Publisher Cemetery Dance is about to send Volume VI of its popular anthology series Shivers to the printer, and fans of Stephen King will be happy to hear that it includes his long lost novella "The Crate", which was written in the late 1970s and hasn't been seen in print in over 30 years, nor has it ever been in one of his collections!
I have never read Stephen King’s short story The Boogeyman, but now that I know there’s a short film adaptation on the way, I’m going to have to seek it out post-haste! We’ve got a look at the poster today so come on in and check it out!
In this era of the Kindle and similar devices, it'll be interesting to see how the audio book fares, but considering the talent that's signed on to narrate Stephen King's upcoming Full Dark, No Stars, odds are it's here to stay. Who are we talking about? Read on for the details.
One of our lifetime's greatest storytellers is without question Stephen King. Luckily for us he's pretty much stayed within our beloved genre, and that's why we never hesitate to tell you guys about new films based upon his work. Even short films.
I often try hard to not be another cynical voice on the Internet, but it's news like this that finds me shaking my head in disbelief. Anyone who's read Stephen King's IT knows that it can't possibly work as a single feature-length film, right? We also know that it isn't stopping Warner Bros. from trying. And while the project is still in development, read on for what screenwriter Dave Kajganich had to say about it.
Syfy's new series "Haven" is set to debut on Friday, July 9th, and last week they released the descriptions of the first four episodes. The stars of "Haven" include Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant, Eric Balfour, Richard Donat, and John Dunsworth.
Just like movies that have different posters for different countries, most books also have different covers, and today we have a look at the UK artwork for Stephen King's upcoming collection of four novellas entitled Full Dark, No Stars.
Considering it debuts in just a few weeks, you'd think Syfy would have opened up a "Haven" Facebook page long before now, but in any event, it's finally live and has five pictures from the set along with a fresh piece of key art.
Stephen King fans waiting to get their second glimpse at his next project for Syfy, "Haven", need not wait a second longer as the network with the now silly name has unleashed the second teaser trailer.
Planning your summer vacation and looking for some reading material to take along with you? If you're not hitting the road until after July 4th, then you might be interested in picking up a paperback copy of Stephen King's latest, Under the Dome.