One of the things we love about author Stephen King is that he's not a man who rests on his laurels – and he easily could. On the big screen, there's It: Chapter Two and The Shining sequel Doctor Sleep on the way. On the small screen, we have Josh Boone's upcoming take on The […]
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AT&T's Audience Network's critically-acclaimed thriller-drama Mr. Mercedes is set to return for its third season on September 10th, and now viewers are learning from the author whose works have been adapted for the series what he thinks about the upcoming season. Spoiler? He's a big fan. Stephen King took to Twitter on Tuesday to assure fans […]
In an attempt to outdo Amazon in the "how many people can you cast in a series" contest, Netflix has announced the 14 (told 'ya) cast members set to join their new ten-episode drama series The Society. Written by Chris Keyser and directed by Marc Webb, the series is adding Rachel Keller (Legion, Fargo), Gideon […]
The works of author Stephen King have taken to the streaming services like Cujo took to "rabies," with Castle Rock currently earning accolades on Hulu and Netflix moving ahead on a Vincenzo Natali-directed adaptation of King's short story (with son Joe Hill) In The Tall Grass. AT&T/Audience Network's take on Mr. Mercedes should definitely be added […]
Between the international box office success of Stephen King's It and the hotly anticipated "King shared universe" anthology series Castle Rock set to bow on Hulu next month, the author's been having an amazing run of adaptations lately. AT&T/Audience Network's take on Mr. Mercedes would definitely be considered one of those successes, reaching audiences and […]
The ultimate goal of any comic book creator is to have their work adapted for television or movies. For Eisner Award winning writer Brian K. Vaughan, his comic work has been so good that he himself has been adapted to Hollywood, writing for hit TV shows LOST, a series about unanswered questions and unsatisfying endings, and Under The […]
CBS announced today that the Dome in Chester's Mill will come down and its mysteries revealed during the series finale of Under the Dome on Thursday, Sept. 10. Based on Stephen King's bestselling novel, Under the Dome debuted Monday, June 24, 2013 and has been one of the most-watched shows on television for the past three summers. […]
Under the Dome, the summer series based on a novel by Stephen King about a small town that is suddenly cut off from the rest of the world by a large transparent dome, returns for a third season. The series has a post-apocalyptic feeling of surviving in a world with limited resources, but with the […]
On May 27th, Rich ran the headline: Brian K Vaughan Leaves Under The Dome For Comics – And *That* Saga #19 Beginning And End Today, The Hollywood Reporter ran the headline: 'Under the Dome' EP Brian K. Vaughan Exits (Exclusive) "The trades" do have a way of doing this. They tend to ignore "the smaller […]
Brian K Vaughan has a new issue of Saga out, the first in three months. He has a new Private Eye out, with a collection of the previous five issues. Then there's a new season of Under The Dome... but what does he have to do with it? He talks with Bleeding Cool about all […]
The series' plot points have already strayed pretty far from King's original novel, but the author himself penned the season 2 premiere episode.
Here he is "tweeting" and getting great WiFi on his typewriter. Who needs all that new-fangled technology?
One of the sections of Mother And Child Divided by Damian Hirst. From the pilot episode of Under The Dome. In Swipe File we present two or more images that resemble each other to some degree. They may be homages, parodies, ironic appropriations, coincidences or works of the lightbox. We trust you, the reader, to […]
The residents of Chester's Mill are going to be stuck for a fair bit longer.
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.
This is the longest preview we've had so far, though some of the footage is familiar.
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.
After some early teases for Under the Dome, we finally get to see some footage. And it does look rather good.