Pennywise’s variety of creepy clownery is coming back to screens with the new adaptation of Stephen King’s IT this September 8th. And when the planned two film series is finished, director Andy Muschietti, along with his sister and creative partner Barbara, know exactly which King story they want to tackle next.
Stephen King is the undisputed master of horror. He’s an incredibly prolific writer, penning over 56 books under his own name alone, and is one of the most adapted authors alive, with over 120 adaptations of his books, scripts, and short stories on film and television. In those thousands of pages, there have been more…
What happens if you throw superheroes and supervillains into Stephen King stories? The Hulk adds a bit more literalism to The Green Mile. Harley Quinn manages to make Misery even more insane. And Deadpool? Deadpool's just having a blast.
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Don't believe the latest batch of ugly rumors that have been circulating about the Pet Sematary remake. It won't be rated PG as long as producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura has a say.
Apparently people never quite learned that "dead is better," because Stephen King's Pet Sematary is being brought back to life, with a remake. Let's just hope the remake, from the writer of 1408, doesn't put little Gage in 3-D.