J.J. Abrams, Julianne Moore, Dane DeHaan and Ron Cephas Jones talk about working with the master of horror to adapt his most personal novel for new Apple TV+ series.
Wil Wheaton looks back at difficult experience as a child actor while making the 1986 coming-of-age classic based on the Stephen King novella.
While exactly what she was trying to tell them is up for debate, many Taylor Swift fans agree she was trying to tell them something.
The just-released second hour of "The Stand" has made a significant rewrite to Stephen King’s post-apocalyptic viral thriller, radically altering one of the best-remembered sequences from the original book.
Prominent members of deaf community call out new adaptation of classic Stephen King novel using hashtag #StandAgainstTheStand, urge Hollywood to cast deaf actors in deaf roles.
Stars of the CBS All Access show based on Stephen King's 1978 classic novel describes the "surreal" experience of making and releasing a series about a fictional pandemic in the middle of a real pandemic. “It’s difficult to not draw comparisons.”
Before she voiced Lisa Simpson, the actress had a memorable — and slightly terrifying — experience on the notorious horror film that marked King's first (and last) foray into filmmaking. "It was not legal, I’m sure."
CBS All Access released the first full-length trailer for the upcoming limited series adaptation of Stephen King’s “The Stand” during a New York Comic-Con panel to promote the show on Thursday.The trailer introduces Whoopi Goldberg as Mother Abagail, a 108-year old prophet who receives visions from God and guides survivors of a plague that has decimated the world’s population, and Alexander Skarsgard as “The Dark Man,” a shadowy figure with supernatural abilities who attempts to construct a totalitarian civilization amid the destruction.James Marsden, Amber Heard, Jovan Adepo, Owen Teague, Brad William Henke, Odessa Young and Henry Zaga also star in the nine-episode series, which is set to premiere on the streaming platform on Dec. 17.Also Read: 'The Stand': Watch the Trailer for CBS All Access' Stephen King Limited Series (Video)“The Stand,” first published in 1978, is King’s longest standalone work and the first to introduce the character of Randall Flagg, who would go on to appear in much of King’s other work.King himself penned the finale for the series, which will include material not previously featured in his novel. According to CBS All Access, the ending will provide “a new coda” to the story.“SEAL Team” creator Benjamin Cavell is showrunner and executive producer on the CBS Television Studios series, alongside executive producers Taylor Elmore, Will Weiske, Jimmy Miller, Roy Lee and Richard P. Rubinstein. Josh Boone serves as director and an executive producer for the series premiere and final episode. Jake Braver, Jill Killington, Owen King, Knate Lee and Stephen Welke also produce.Read original story ‘The Stand’ Trailer: It’s Alexander Skarsgard vs Whoopi Goldberg in CBS All Access Limited Series (Video) At TheWrap
Rowling was accused of being transphobic after arguing that women should be entitled to single-sex spaces.
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HBO Max has handed out three production commitments to one-hour dramas from Bad Robot Productions, including one set in the "Justice League Dark" universe. In addition, HBO Max and Bad Robot have teamed on the series "Overlook," inspired by Stephen King's "The Shining," and "Duster," an original drama co-written by LaToya Morgan and Bad Robot's […]
The author — whose 1978 book "The Stand" depicted a population wiped out by a pandemic — criticized Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
While President Donald Trump has said that he only wants to give this COVID-19 a couple weeks before the U.S. reopens, here is a worthwhile tweet furnished by author Stephen King. Even though his monumental pandemic novel The Stand was first published over 40 years ago in 1978, the horror maestro has offered up an […]
Stephen King is under fire for tweeting that he feels “very uneasy” about Hachette Book Group’s decision to drop Woody Allen’s memoir
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."
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.
Morgan Freeman initially closed the book on Oscar-nominated "Shawshank Redemption" role.