“The idea of doing a 'Misery'-connected story was always in our minds,” remarks "Castle Rock" co-creator and executive producer, Dustin Thomson in an exclusive clip from a new Season 2 featurette that Yahoo Entertainment is premiering today.
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“There is a lot of history in this town, and not all of it is good,” says one character of the notorious village that serves as the backdrop to the chilling, if slow-moving, new series.
The Hulu series is set in King's fictional Maine town, where various horror stories all combine into one shocking tableau.
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Hulu has slotted July 25 for the premiere of its new psychological-horror drama series <em>Castle Rock</em> from J.J. Abrams and Stephen King, and unveiled a spooky new teaser. “I fear for this place.” So begins the voiceover delivered by <em>Lost</em> alum Terry O’Quinn, in which he describes the "original sin" of Castle Rock. In it we see Henry (Andre Holland) returning to Castle Rock, unsettled by the place he once called home and the first glimpse of Bill Skarsgård. The original story…
Expectations for the summer series "Castle Rock" are growing now that Hulu has debuted its highly anticipated Super Bowl ad days before the big game.
“You have no idea what’s happening here” is the one and only line of dialogue in the debut trailer for the Stephen King multiverse-set Hulu series Castle Rock — and it’s a bit on the nose. The chilling first footage from the psychological-horror drama was screened at New York Comic-Con on Sunday — and while […]
<strong>EXCLUSIVE:</strong> <em> Lost</em> alum Terry O'Quinn is reuniting with the hit ABC series’ co-creator/executive producer J.J. Abrams on another genre drama. O’Quinn has been cast in a key role in Hulu's upcoming psychological-horror drama series <em>Castle Rock</em> from Abrams and Stephen King. Set in the Stephen King multiverse, <em> Castle Rock</em>, from Bad Robot Productions and Warner Bros. Television, is named after the fictional town in King's native Maine that is featured prominently in a number of…
In “Castle Rock” she will play Ruth Deaver, the estranged adoptive mother of Henry (Andre Holland). One of Spacek’s best known roles is thanks to a King work. Jane Levy (“Suburgatory”) has also been cast in the series as Jackie, a death-obsessed, self-appointed Castle Rock historian.
Why adapt just one Stephen King story when you can adapt a dozen or more? This being a Bad Robot production, most of the details about Castle Rock remain locked in a mystery box, but what we do know is that the 10-episode first season will thread together multiple characters and storylines from King’s expansive bibliography, and funnel them through the titular Maine town that has been at the epicenter of some of his best-known works from “The Body” to The Dead Zone.