The Hulu series is set in King's fictional Maine town, where various horror stories all combine into one shocking tableau.
Expectations are sky-high for "It: Chapter Two," scheduled for release in September 2019. Its all-star cast having been assembled, production has finally commenced on the eagerly anticipated sequel.
Hulu has slotted July 25 for the premiere of its new psychological-horror drama series Castle Rock from J.J. Abrams and Stephen King, and unveiled a spooky new teaser. “I fear for this place.” So begins the voiceover delivered by Lost 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…
With Jessica Chastain officially on board “It: Chapter 2,” New Line has now begun to zero in on who will play the rest of the Losers Club with James McAvoy and Bill Hader in talks to join the next installment. Sources tell Variety that McAvoy is in talks for the role of Bill, who was played by […]
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.
Warner Bros. has launched development of Stephen King’s 2013 horror novel “Doctor Sleep,” a sequel to King’s iconic 1977 story “The Shining.” The studio has hired “Oculus” director Mike Flanagan to helm and rewrite the script originally adapted by Akiva Goldsman. Flanagan’s producing partner Trevor Macy will produce, along with Vertigo Entertainment’s Jon Berg. Goldsman […]
With hundreds of scripted TV shows out there, many of them new, it can be tough to sniff out the best. Yahoo Entertainment critic-at-large Ken Tucker picks the 10 best new shows of 2017, including “GLOW,” “The Handmaid’s Tale,” and “Young Sheldon.”
Just in time for Halloween, the actor recounts the making of the iconic sequence in classic Stephen King adaptation — pig’s blood, accidental fire, and all.
Actress Carla Gugino reveals that she was as uncomfortable filming the handcuff scenes as you were watching them.
The filmmaker behind Netflix's acclaimed new movie, based on the “unfilmable” 1992 King novel, spills his secrets to getting all the scary details perfect.
Netflix's adaptation of the Stephen King bestseller is one of the most interesting and well-acted movies you’ll see this year, says Ken Tucker.
As master of macabre hits milestone birthday, we ask him to revisit the adaptation that he believes didn't get a fair shake.
'It' director Andy Muschietti and producer Barbara Muschietti tell Yahoo Movies in Facebook Live chat they can restore "probably 15 minutes" for home video
Note to all Hollywood directors: John Carpenter just posted a lesson in how you remake a film the cool way with concise revisit to Stephen King territory
Only 'Beauty and the Beast' and 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' have gotten off to a better start than the R-rated horror film, far surpassing earlier expectations from 4,103 locations