The challenge of bringing Stephen King's epic tale of gunslinger Roland Deschain in The Dark Tower is nothing short of a monumental task. Herculean even. With movies and TV shows promised, Universal is feeling some of the heat. As per Variety:
After what has felt like years of planning and months of negotiations Ron Howard's big and small screen adaptations of Stephen King's The Dark Tower saga officially have their gunslinger Roland Deschain. Let the games begin!
The cover art for Stephen King's new time travel inspired book 11/22/63 has made its debut online, and as always we've got a look at it right here for you. Let's hope that the ripple effect caused by the changing of events yields many an unexpected horror! Look for 11/22/63 to hit book shelves on November 8th, 2011. Synopsis
It looks as if the character of the gunslinger, Roland Deschain, is very close to having a real life counterpart in Ron Howard's big screen adaptation of the much beloved Stephen King series The Dark Tower.
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.
Word broke last week of the possibility that the great Stephen King would be penning an episode of the Frank Darabont created hit AMC series "The Walking Dead". Well, confirmation of sorts has come, but it gets even better!
This past Wednesday, March 16, Dread hit the set of filmmaker Paul Ward’s horror flick One for the Road for an exclusive look at the project, which at the time was shooting in the cold environs of Crestline, California.
There's been a lot of talk about who will be handling the Season 2 writing duties on the hit AMC series "The Walking Dead" based upon the Robert Kirkman zombie comic epic, but never anything as interesting as this.
Famous Monsters of Filmland has announced a change in date and venue for its first annual Imagi-Movies Film Festival. The three-day event will be held at the Laemmle Music Hall in Beverly Hills, CA, located at 9036 Wilshire Blvd., from April 8-10, 2011, celebrating the legacy of Forrest J Ackerman, America's #1 sci-fi fan. From the Press Release:
For a guy who first started talking about retiring back in 2002, Stephen King doesn't seem to be quite ready to settle down in the old rocking chair just yet. In fact, he has a new short story coming out in the May issue of The Atlantic.
We haven't talked much about the Syfy series "Haven" lately, but it's gearing up for a Season Two start this summer so of course some guest casting news has popped up.
Some interesting news came in today for fans of Stephen King's The Dark Tower. Despite previous reports that the series was done (at least in book form), it was announced today that The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole is set for release in 2012.
What if you had the opportunity to step back decades through time and change things? Would things end up for the better, or would your actions set off a ripple effect of unexpected horrors to come? That's the gist of things when it comes to Stephen King's latest book, 11/22/63.
The guys at Cinema Cool have been on a bit of a hiatus since last summer, but they're coming out of "retirement", as it were, to host a midnight screening of John Carpenter's classic Christine tomorrow night (Friday, March 4th) at the Nuart Theatre in West Los Angeles.
Though no official lead for Ron Howard's adaptation of the Stephen King tale The Dark Tower has been announced, at least one possible candidate is in the right mindset. Whatever that means.