King is standing by his comments about Oscars diversity, but it doesn’t mean he doesn’t find the system flawed.
“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.
The author stirred up controversy a day after the Oscar nominations were criticized for overlooking female filmmakers and people of color.
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"Doctor Sleep" Mike Flanagan offers two very good reasons why Jack Nicholson does not reprise the role of Jack Torrance in the new sequel to "The Shining."
Director Mike Flanagan and stars Ewan McGregor and Rebecca Ferguson talk about the pressures of following up "The Shining" with "Doctor Sleep" and how the new film pays tribute.
The MVPs of Horror take us behind the scenes of their Stephen King classic, including how Bates scored the part after just one line.
MVP of Horror Mick Garris gives a guided tour of his screen collaborations with the master of the macabre (and where to stream them).
Kathy Griffin, Debra Messing and more stars weigh in as Pelosi announces a formal impeachment inquiry into Trump.
From the role Whoopi Goldberg would've played to Stephen King's cameo, director Mick Garris dishes on his epic series 25 years after its hit run on ABC.
Whoopi Goldberg is officially taking The Stand. As first teased by TVLine back in June, the Oscar winner-turned-View moderator has formally joined the cast of CBS All Access’ nine-episode adaptation of Stephen King’s bestselling horror novel. Goldberg will star as Mother Abagail, a prophet who receives visions from God and guides survivors of the superflu. […]
Stephen King admits he was "high as a kite" when he wrote some of his most famous work and can't remember how he came up with plot points.
Here's an exclusive outtake from the railroad tracks scene in which Corey Feldman's Teddy tempts fate to the horror of his friends.