A big screen version of Stephen King's The Dark Tower may have just hit a roadblock (read that story here), but during last night's "Times Talks Live with Stephen King" to promote the author's latest novel Under the Dome, he revealed some pretty big news about a possible eighth book in the series.
When we covered the possibility of JJ Abrams working on a big screen adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower along with Damon Lindelof, producer of "Lost", fans were for the most part pretty excited. Sadly, it seems as if that excitement will be short-lived.
If you've been on the fence as to which version of Stephen King's upcoming novel Under the Dome to buy -- the hardcover, the audio CD, or the super special collector's edition -- the illustrations that hit online recently from the latter just might help you make up your mind.
It's a good day for Stephen King fans. Along with our previous story in which the prolific scribe reads an except from his upcoming novel Under the Dome, his latest short story, "Premium Harmony", has appeared online in full for your reading pleasure.
Stephen King's next massive new book, Under the Dome, hits bookshelves on November 10th, and publisher Scribner posted a preview on YouTube teasing some of the spooky to be found in this epic new tale. How epic, you ask? 1,088 pages epic. Hope you're ready to read!
Now here's something we just don't have enough of: Vampires! I know ... truth be told, we're all about to o.d. on bloodsucker tales, but here's one that you should keep an eye out for: Vertigo Comics' American Vampire from writers Scott Snyder and Stephen King and artist Rafael Albuquerque.
E1 Entertainment has found its funding to make the thirteen-episode TV series "Stephen King's Haven". And the King fans go wild!
Stephen King has had a long and rocky road on the big and small screens. The sad truth is his work just may be a little too complex for adaptation. That certainly hasn't stopped anyone from trying though. Enter E1 Entertainment and its newest hour-long TV project, Stephen King's "Haven".
After tackling Clive Barker's work with The Midnight Meat Train, director Ryuhei Kitamura is now moving on to another literary genius ... Stephen King as Our Thing Productions is readying a live action adaptation of the Nightmares and Dreamscapes zombie tale "Home Delivery".
For a while it looked like the movie adaptation of Stephen King's Cell had gone to development hell to die, but today brings word that the project has been given a new lease on life ... as a television miniseries.
We're a little late with this update on the graphic novel version of Stephen King/Peter Straub's The Talisman, but in case you missed it also, within the last month King's official site provided a first look at three major characters from the story.
You win some and you lose some. That's a fair assessment of Stephen King adaptations. So which side does Dolan's Cadillac end up on? Check out the trailer and predict for yourself.
Get ready, King faithful. It looks like a big screen adaptation of The Dark Tower may be a little closer than we thought. JJ Abrams recently sat down with both IGN and MTV and slipped in a couple of slivers of Dark Tower-y goodness!
Heard from Dave Kajganich, the writer of the upcoming theatrical remake of Stephen King's IT, recently, and he was kind enough to give us an update on how this massive story is being streamlined into one film.
Warner Bros. isn't clowning around on the remake front as it is sending everyone's favorite clown Pennywise back into the spotlight for a theatrical redux of Stephen King's novel IT to be produced by Lin Pictures and Vertigo Entertainment.