I will tell you a story so you don’t make my mistake. When your 11-year-old holds up a copy of RL Stine’s Goosebumps and says ‘This is great’, do not say ‘Oh wow, if you like that, try Carrie!’ My daughter still glares if Stephen King’s name comes up.
A lot of people apparently weren't all that happy with how [the book] ended ... Brian and Neal have a different ending in mind, and [it has] Stephen King's blessing.More quotes »
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Five best Stephen King book-to-screen adaptations
earned her an Academy Award for best actress. The scene in which Annie breaks author Paul Sheldon's ankles is deliciously cringeworthy. Stephen King has more than 50 novels and 200 short stories to his credit, so it's not surprising that his material has 3:11 PM from Inside Bay Area Read more »
Five worst Stephen King book-to-film adaptations
The buzz is big for Stephen King's "Under the Dome," which premieres June 24 on CBS. But buzz always seems to accompany screen adaptations of the books by master horror storyteller Stephen King. The finished product just doesn't always live up to the hyp 2:40 PM from Inside Bay Area Read more »
Review: 'Under the Dome' returns Stephen King to prime time
13-episode adaptation of King's mammoth 2009 best-seller, is big and buzzy "event" TV, designed to seize your attention and pin you to the couch. Based on its fast-paced and very creepy first hour, it has a great chance to do just that. Planes, cars and 2:25 PM from Inside Bay Area Read more »
'Under The Dome': Rachelle Lefevre On Julia's Relationships And The Realism Of Stephen King
is the same questions we ask ourselves. Like, “I know who I think I would be. Who would I really be?” Do you think Stephen King captured the reality of the situation with the novel? Do you think people would devolve to their worst selves if something as insane 10:40 AM from The Huffington Post Read more »
Stephen King, Steven Spielberg Go 'Under the Dome'
cut in half?" When Brian K. Vaughan learned that Under the Dome, his ambitious 13-episode adaptation of the novel by Stephen King, was up for consideration at CBS, that was his big question. Turns out that when an invisible, impenetrable, domelike force field 10:02 AM from Rolling Stone Read more »