A new Dark Tower promo video was just released. It’s called “Connected KINGdom,” and points out that The Dark Tower is the center of a Stephen King universe that includes various other stories, many of which became very well-regarded films themselves. What does it fail to talk much about? The Dark Tower.
The Wrap is reporting that in addition to a planned film adaptation of Stephen King’s novel The Stand, Warner Brothers and CBS films are looking at putting together a television miniseries that will lead into the movie.
It’s the end of the world as we know it — but is that necessarily a bad thing? While most apocalyptic stories depict humanity struggling in the aftermath of a huge disaster, some post-apocalyptic worlds seem like they might be a nice place to spend a vacation, free from the stresses of modern life.
Jesus. Sometimes, a movie casts a role so perfectly you have to stop and give it a round of applause. So get ready to clap, because the movie adaptation of Stephen King's The Stand may cast Matthew McConaughey as the evil man in black, Randall Flagg
Greetings, my stamp stars. I must escape this land ruled by apes. Generally it's pretty great here — the apes are chill, the banana wine is pretty good — but they have me delivering the mail here too, and half of what they send to each other is their own feces, because they're too civilized to throw it at each other.
Hollywood has toyed with re-adapting Stephen King's The Stand forever. But instead of a TV miniseries (hopefully better than the 1994 ABC version), we're getting a movie. A three-hour-long movie. We have no idea if this will work.
The movie adaptation of The Stand has resurrected. But can Stephen King's winding end of days novel fit into just one movie? Warner Brothers certainly hopes so.
Could Stephen King's The Stand become a movie at last? Stan Lee's working on a movie for Sony, details have emerged about the in-development Agent Carter series, and someone we know well is getting shot by Oliver on Arrow. Plus, there's a rumor CBS is working on two Star Trek series — but what are they about? Spoilers…
Michael Fassbender will keep Magneto ambiguous in the X-Men: First Class sequel. Two actresses join Tom Cruise for Oblivion. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter will be bigger than The Matrix. Plus huge updates for Fringe, Once Upon a Time, and more!
Warner Bros. wants actor-turned-director Ben Affleck to adapt Stephen King's mammoth novel for a feature film. But can Affleck whittle down all the crazy into a single film? We highly doubt it.
Harry Potter director David Yates says he's interested in turning Stephen King's The Stand into a multi-movie series. Good luck — this is a task that could make Potter look like a cakewalk.
Tom Hardy might not be the only Inception star who is joining The Dark Knight Rises, as Joseph Gordon-Levitt is in talks for a role. We've got confirmation that Anne Hathaway won't just be playing Selina Kyle. Now that Henry Cavill is Superman, the search is on for Lois Lane - and some familiar names are being rumored…
What's the perfect fashion item to be wearing when disaster strikes? A big sign that says "The End is Near." So we rounded up our favorite signs that forewarn the end of days — or at least made us laugh.
Maybe it's contrariness on the part of the comic book industry, but just as we change clocks and start thinking about spring, this week's comics are all about death and the undead. Wha' hoppen?
According to the trailer for the comic version of The Stand premiered at Marvel's Ultimate Universe (Yes, it has nothing to do with the Ultimate Universe, I know; I wasn't the one who played it), Stephen King is "the greatest science fiction, fantasy and horror writer of our generation." Now, I'm tempted to give him…