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They may have lost another director in Scott Cooper, but Warner Bros is charging full speed ahead on their adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand. At the top of their wishlist to fill the vacant director’s chair, according to Badass …
The post-apocalyptic horror tale has lost yet another director as Out of the Furnace’s Scott Cooper steps down due to “creative differences.”
I was considerably more interested in the big screen interpretation of Cell when Eli Roth was writing and directing and not The Last House on the Left’s Adam Alleca and Paranormal Activity 2′s Kip Williams. Okay, Stephen King has apparently …
Warner Bros. continue their mission to bring Stephen King‘s epic, apocalyptic fantasy sage The Stand to our cinema screens by recruiting Scott Cooper, director of Crazy Heart and the upcoming Into The Furnace, to write and direct. Ben Affleck was the …
Evan Young and Lou Iovino write for Bleeding Cool: Let’s be fair and put full disclosure at the top: Our names are Evan Young and Lou Iovino and we work in advertising. But by the time you’re done reading this, …
The residents of Chester’s Mill are going to be stuck for a fair bit longer.
HP Lovecraft Meets Stephen King Meets The Walking Dead – Afterlife With Archie Is A Real Horror Comic
It was a Bleeding Cool scoop from San Diego Comic Con that retailers were going to be asked not to stack Afterlife With Archie with their other comic books. But it looks like it’s going further than that. Today, Archie …
Was it yesterday? or the day before? that we mentioned that Steve Ellis would be drawing the Breaking Bad webcomic? Seems like he’s the go-to guy. He’s also writing the Haven spinoff comic, After The Storm, free with the season …
Apparently set within the confines of that infamous Room 237, here’s a book trailer for Doctor Sleep, Stephen King’s upcoming sequel to The Shining.
I’m guessing that the editing of Under the Dome will afford multiple points of view of the moment the dome appears. Or maybe not. Maybe this is our only look
First there wasn’t a dome. Then there was. Then people started acting… well, like people. Idiots.
There might be a new plan, or a new new plan that’s the same as the old old plan.
This is the longest preview we’ve had so far, though some of the footage is familiar.
The last time we discussed Stephen King’s time travel story 11/22/63 is when Jonathan Demme was planning to adapt it into a feature film. Well… that isn’t happening.
It’s been 30 years since Stephen King’s killer dog novel Cujo was adapted into a slightly batty picture. To mark the anniversary, the first film’s producers are now backing a do-over.
Glen Mazzara is probably best known, certainly most discussed, as one of the toppled showrunners of The Walking Dead, but his previous credits include runs on Nash Bridges, The Shield and the TV spin-off of Crash.
I’m fascinated by these little promo clips from Under the Dome we’ve been seeing. There’s a lot of potential in this one, and it reads pretty clearly in visual terms.
Moore footage from the CBS Summer series based upon Stephen King’s big ol’ potboiler. This time there’s some interaction with the dome itself.