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The screenwriters of "Stand by Me," Bruce A. Evans and Raynold Gideon, recall the making of Rob Reiner's coming-of-age classic on its 30th anniversary and showing the film to Stephen King.
Had it been our choice, we probably would have pushed for “Transformers: The Movie,” which opened the same weekend. Since there was no way my parents were going to a “Transformers” feature, “Stand By Me,” based on Stephen King’s 1982 novella, “The Body,” became the default option. Up on the screen, I saw kids not that much older than myself — Wil Wheaton, River Phoenix, Corey Feldman and Jerry O’Connell were just entering their teen years when the movie was shot — smoking cigarettes, firing guns, dodging trains and cursing with wild, wonderful abandon on their weekend journey to find the body of Ray Brower.