Daniel Newman may be playing Malachai, but who is going to lead the army of children in the onslaught against the adults? Why ... it's little Cody!
I know a lot of you out there, myself included, are eagerly looking forward to Marvel’s forthcoming comic translation of Stephen King’s The Stand, but you won’t have to wait too much longer. In fact, UGO has an exlclusive look at the first issue’s first six pages, to whet your apocalyptic appetite even more.
Seems the upcoming Children of the Corn remake, which started rolling in Iowa this week, has found itself a Malachai in the form of Cirque du Freak actor Daniel Newman, according to STYD this morning.
Ever since the news that the rights to make Stephen King’s ultimate horror/fantasy series The Dark Tower into films are in the hands of “Lost” producer Damon Lindelof came out, I’ve been sleeping better at night. Just knowing that it hasn’t gotten into the wrong hands, like Preacher did, is enough to make the wait worth it.
Looks like He Who Walks Behind the Rows is preparing to make a return to trip to Iowa’s Quad Cities. A reader threw us a heads-up that the Quad City Times has a new article up about the Children of the Corn remake that’s set to go in front of cameras next month.
It used to be Stephen King was a pretty easy guy to keep up with; he released a new book every few years, we’d do a story on it and eventually a review, then sit back and wait for the next project. Nowadays, though, it seems like King’s got way too much to keep up with.
Author Joe Hill (Heart-Shaped Box) recently sat down with the folks at Fangoria to discuss some of the various horror projects his name is attached to, first and foremost his IDW comic Locke & Key, which they will be releasing a sequel to in the coming months.
Personally I can’t wait to see how Marvel does with its upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s seminal apocalypse novel The Stand. Just the excuse to read it again is enough for me. AICN managed to get its hands on the first art for the book, and needless to say I’m impressed. They promise to have more tomorrow so make sure you hit ‘em up again to see the rest!
Why wait around for studios to get their collective acts together and adapt one of your favorite author's stories? Canadian filmmaker Mathieu Ratthe sure didn't.
Now this is something I need to read; a novella penned by both Stephen King and son Joe Hill (Heart-Shaped Box) called “Throttle”. It’s about a motorcycle gang who’re chased through the desert by an 18-wheeler, something I think we can all relate to.
As filming rolls on in Regina, Canada for Dolan’s Cadillac, the latest Stephen King short story to get the feature film treatment, the small town’s local press are getting some one-on-one time with one of the film's leads, Christian Slater.
Yet another King film adaptation is coming our way as the filming of Dolan's Cadillac has just begun in Regina and Moose Jaw, Canada.
Wow, talk about some casting changes; when the King short Dolan’s Cadillac was first announced to be adapted to film years and years ago, names like Sylvester Stallone and Kevin Bacon were attached to it. Now we’ve got to names like Christian Slater and Wes Bentley.