Now this is pretty damned cool. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is currently hosting The Stanley Kubrick Exhibit, and one lucky visitor to the event came back with a series of images detailing rejected art designs for The Shining complete with handwritten rejection notes by Kubrick.
The wondrous bounty of viral madness continues for Carrie as an excerpt from the e-book version of The Shadow Exploded by David R. Congress, with the caption “If only Margaret could have understood her daughter…” has landed online.
Sometimes, no matter how hard you try and how much you put into something, it just doesn't line up right. Such is the case with Jonathan Demme and his optioned feature film rights to Stephen King’s 11/22/63.
For a while now there's been talk of Steven Spielberg and Stephen King joining forces to develop a TV series based on King's supernatural thriller Under the Dome for Showtime. However, the landscape has changed a bit.
Anyone who knows anything at all about young Carrie White can attest to the fact that her mother, Margaret, is batshit crazy; and we wouldn't have her any other way! Get to know Mom in this latest viral image!
It seems like we've been talking about the Stephen King/John Mellencamp collaboration Ghost Brothers of Darkland County for years now, but finally we can all get a look - and listen - at it when a deluxe edition DVD/CD is released next year.
Carrie director Kimberly Peirce recently sat down for an interview with Spinoff Online regarding her version for the climactic ending of her upcoming retelling of the classic Stephen King tale, and we've got the skinny for you right here.
Time for some more viral goodies courtesy of the Carrie Facebook page. Holy cow, we cannot wait to see the lovely young Ms. White go on her blood-soaked rampage. Check out the latest lunacy right now!
Oh, the evil things that have been wrought by the wrath of one Carrie White. Time to kick off your work week with some more viral goodies courtesy of the Carrie Facebook page. Read on for all the latest lunacy!
In theaters right now, you can catch John Cusack doing some of his most powerful work as an actor in Lee Daniels' The Paperboy. It's an odd film, with darkly hilarious moments that give way to some truly chilling ones, and Cusack downright terrifies. It's fitting, then, that he signs on for another odyssey of madness, this time from the mind of Stephen King.
So, where does Carrie White go to get punished when her psychotic mother deems her a sinner? The punishment room, of course. Today we got a glimpse inside this damned room via the Carrie Facebook page, and it is enough to drive anyone nuts!
Though we'd much rather it be Stephen King who gives the thumbs-up to the remake of Carrie, Brian De Palma, director of the 1976 version of the classic King tale, recently offered the new version his blessing.
We didn't need too much convincing that Chloë Grace Moretz would make a great Carrie, but if you're still not sure, the first teaser trailer from the film is here featuring the star covered in blood along with a reminder that "she's just a girl."
During this past weekend's New York Comic Con, it was announced that a phone line had been set up to call "the White residence" to hopefully speak with Carrie. Of course her mother didn't approve, but one caller was pretty damned persistent!