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.
I know that Carrie is a well known story from a best-selling novel, previously adapted into a widely seen film, but this trailer certainly cuts a long way into the story.
After some early teases for Under the Dome, we finally get to see some footage. And it does look rather good.
Check out Brian K. Vaughan and Stephen King’s riff on that classic Simpsons movie plot line.
Stephen King’s novel Doctor Sleep picks up with Dan Torrance, formerly best known as Danny, the child in The Shining with the shining.
Yep, they do half-cows on network TV now, you know. I guess Damien Hurst took the curse off it.
There’s no footage to show us as yet so the Superbowl promo for the Under the Dome TV show took a different approach…
Courtesy of Toy Story 3′s director, Lee Unkrich.
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Pacemakers will explode and cows will be severed.
Like The Simpsons Movie but live action-ier.
“I had to interrupt and stop this conversation, Your voice across the line gives me a strange sensation.”
What do The Shawshank Redemption, Stand By Me, and Apt Pupil all have in common?