Lord of the Rings proved Hollywood can deliver an epic story in several parts with loyal fans coming back every year.
Stephen King is quite picky about how his work is adapted. If you want to make a movie out of one of his stories that's fine, but if he doesn't like the end result, you can't use his name to promote it.
A while back I read something about Carrie being rebooted, but the story had already been remade for television and the stage, so I didn’t pay much attention to the report.
It was quite a cliffhanger last year when the big screen adaption of The Dark Tower wound up in limbo at Universal.
The television adaptation of Stephen King’s Dark Tower series has been picked up by HBO after a rocky road toward production.
Warner Bros. has reportedly chosen Ben Affleck to direct the feature-length film adaptation of Steven King’s The Stand.
You look up prolific in the dictionary, and they may as well have Stephen King’s picture next to the definition.
When the news hit that Tales From the Crypt may again be revived, I knew William Gaines had to be smiling somewhere.
We've been following the waiting game at Universal with The Dark Tower series, which was going to be a three part movie and TV series directed by Ron Howard.
In Stephen King's On Writing, the best selling author talked about how important it is to create an environment where creativity can thrive, and that meant pushing out the outside world.
After reports about The Dark Tower going into turn around at Universal, suddenly rumors abound that the epic Stephen King adaptation is now slated for a Ron Howard-directed February 2012 start date.
Right on the heels of a report about a three part theatrical version of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower comes news that there could also be a several episode movie version of King’s epic 1978 novel The Stand in the works.
You may have read that the adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower was going to be a three part theatrical series directed by Ron Howard, with a TV mini-series in-between films to bridge the gap.