Stephen King

Stephen King's 1922: Film adaptation to star Thomas Jane, Molly Parker

Thomas Jane and Molly Parker have entered the macabre world of Stephen King.

The Hung actor and House of Cards actress are starring in Netflix’s feature-film adaptation of King’s novella 1922, EW has confirmed.

Published in 2010 as part of the collection Full Dark, No Stars, the novella centers on a farmer named Wilfred James (Jane), who confesses to murdering his wife, Arlette (Parker), and comes to believe her vengeful spirit is haunting him.

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Preview Stephen King's children's book Charlie the Choo-Choo

Stephen King has a new book out soon, but it’s not what most fans might be expecting. 

The Master of Horror has written his first—and hopefully not only—picture book, titled Charlie the Choo-Choo, which fans of his Dark Tower series will recognize from his book, The Waste Lands. The book tells the story of Engineer Bob and his best friend Charlie, who just happens to be a train engine come to life.

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Carla Gugino, Bruce Greenwood to star in adaptation of Stephen King's Gerald's Game

Carla Gugino and Bruce Greenwood are getting in the game with Netflix.

EW has confirmed that Gugino and Greenwood are set for the feature film adaptation of Stephen King’s suspense novel Gerald’s Game. The film, which will be released worldwide by Netflix, will be directed by Mike Flanagan (Oculus, Quija: Origin of Evil), who co-wrote the script with Jeff Howard.

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The Dark Tower TV series will adapt Stephen King's Wizard and Glass

In honor of Stephen King’s birthday, the makers of The Dark Tower film are unwrapping their plans for the saga’s companion TV series.

The movie — starring Idris Elba as the gunslinger Roland Deschain, and Matthew McConaughey as the menacing Man in Black — opens on Feb. 17 and explores the hero and villain’s opposing quests to reach an otherworldly tower that connects their apocalyptic realm with ours.

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Charlie the Choo-Choo: Comic-Con fans seek Stephen King storybook that isn't real

In one of the strangest Comic-Con events ever staged, hundreds of fans lined up Friday to collect a children’s storybook that isn’t real and meet an author who never was.

It was all the handiwork of Stephen King — although he wasn’t there either.

More than 500 fans of his gathered on the convention floor to get their hands on one of about 150 copies of Charlie the Choo-Choo, a picture book about an intense-looking locomotive who doesn’t want to be asked silly question and won’t play silly games.

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The Dark Tower:
Venture deep into the high-resolution photos

Stephen King readers know one of the fascinating elements of The Dark Tower is just how intricately nuanced its realms can be.

As Entertainment Weekly wraps up its First Look coverage of the movie, which hits theaters on Feb. 17, we’re offering up the images in higher resolution for those who want to decorate their computer desktops, social media pages, and fan sites – or just zoom in to soak up the details of director Nikolaj Arcel’s imagery.

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