We’ve seen the first episode of Spike’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist—and though it’s largely set-up, it reveals what the show is keeping from King’s original story, hints of how the novella’s being expanded for TV, and all the secrets and melodrama you’d expect from a King story.
Ever since a tweet of a very important prop was posted to Twitter last summer, fans have assumed that the upcoming Dark Tower movie is a sequel to the books. And now, the film’s director has confirmed that.
From the very first trailer for Spike TV’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist, we noted how much it expanded on the original story. A new featurette, “Reimagining The Mist,” explores how the show’s creator turned a 180-page novella into a series, while still staying true to the spirit of King’s tale.
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We’ve gotten a few evocative trailers for Spike TV’s eerie, violent Stephen King adaptation, The Mist. Now we have a behind-the-scenes featurette that explains a bit more about the characters, and how the show will focus not just how they’re affected by the titular menace, but also on how living in terror will reshape…
The first trailer for Spike TV’s adaptation of Stephen King’s short story The Mist was highly atmospheric and plenty spooky. But while this new teaser is shorter, it’s way gorier. This summer’s TV just got a lot more stomach-turning, and I mean that in the best possible way.
The first trailer for Stephen King’s The Dark Tower will be here tomorrow. And in anticipation, stars Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey just revealed the first two pieces of footage.
It’s a very good time to be a Stephen King fan. Besides It and The Dark Tower movies on the way and The Mist coming to TV, there’s now another King story getting retold on the big screen: a new adaptation of his 1980 novel, Firestarter.
When most people think of Stephen King’s The Mist, the first thing that comes to mind is the 2007 movie (and its incredibly messed-up ending). But if Spike TV has its way, that’ll change in June, when The Mist TV show—which just dropped its first trailer—makes its debut.
The first teaser trailer for Andy Muscietti’s It opens with the ultimate loss of innocence, when raincoat-clad Georgie (Jackson Robert Scott) chases a paper boat right into the clutches of a certain sewer-dwelling clown. It only gets darker from there.
The Dark Tower will hit theaters in July but a trailer has yet to be released. Well, that changed at CinemaCon 2017 where Sony showed about four minutes from the film—a featurette leading into a trailer and an extended scene. Here’s what happened in the footage.
The first collaboration between Bad Robot’s J.J. Abrams, author Stephen King, and Hulu yielded 11.22.63, an eight-episode time-travel drama about the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Next up, apparently: a project called Castle Rock that looks squarely aimed at fans of King’s classic best-sellers.
For years, fans have been waiting for a big screen adaptation of Stephen King’s It. They’ll get one in 2017, but the latest image from the film is incredibly odd.
Stephen King’s dark imagination as an adult always makes people wonder what the hell happened to him as a kid. But King didn’t have that unusual of a childhood. He’s more interested in everyone else’s curiosity about how he grew up and their assumption that something horrific must have happened for him to write about…
The wait for a film adaptation of Stephen King’s fantasy classics has been long. Today, news of a delay means that the wait will be longer, but only by a few months.
The ending of the original Ghostbusters movie is inarguably epic. A giant marshmallow man terrorizes New York City, after all. But the scene was originally going to be MUCH bigger, and now you can get a sneak peek at what might have been.
If you thought Thomas the Tank Engine hailed from the worst parts of the Uncanny Valley, here comes Charlie the Choo-Choo to make you reevaluate that.
There’s nothing Hollywood loves more than trying to replicate the success of something that came before by copying it, remaking it, rebooting it, or giving it a sequel. Fortunately, Stranger Things was so good that whatever imitators it spawns will hopefully be worthwhile. Enter Snapshot 1988.
Horror writer-director Mike Flanagan made a name for himself with uniquely creepy films like Absentia and Oculus; this year, he’s had Hush and the upcoming Ouija: Origin of Evil. He’s been circling an adaptation of Stephen King’s Gerald’s Game since 2014, and the project is now underway thanks to Netflix.
If you’re a horror fan, you know that Stephen King’s It is being adapted for the big screen—and you likely still have some lingering trauma from watching the 1990 TV adaptation. Those memories aren’t unfounded: the It miniseries is still disturbing as hell. What’s surprising is that it’s not just because of that…