Under the Dome
Two more adaptations are on the way in various forms from the mind of one of the horror genre's most prolific and respected authors, the great Stephen King, and we've got the scoop on both of 'em for you right here in one space! Dig it!
We've known for a while that Steven Spielberg and Stephen King were joining forces to develop a TV series based on King's supernatural thriller Under the Dome, and now that the project has found a home at Showtime, things should be heating up shortly.
We've known for a while that Steven Spielberg and Stephen King were joining forces to develop a limited TV series based on King's supernatural thriller Under the Dome, and now that the project has found a writer, it looks like things should be heating up shortly.
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.
Proving yet again that lately all the coolest things are coming out of the UK, British publishing house Hodder & Stoughton has announced that its July 8th paperback release of Stephen King's Under the Dome is being designed to generate the type of excitement usually expected from a major television or film launch.
Talk about a horror dream team! Under the Dome already sounded pretty cool, but this latest development could really push it over the top for King fans looking for a return to form.
Oh, man, Stephen King fans are in heaven right now. Along with the release of his new novel Under the Dome (look for a review soon) has come the news that Dome is heading to HBO. In addition, we now know the tentative title of the eighth installment of King's Dark Tower series as well as getting an update on the status of an adaptation of Cell.
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.
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!
I can’t think of anything that’s been floating around in my head for 25 years, outside of various explicit fantasies that I’m sure you don’t want to read about here, so it’s pretty impressive to me when someone, even someone like Stephen King, is able to take something he’s had in his brain pan for so long and actually get it on paper