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Just when you thought we were going into a Stephen King drought on TV ...
The filmmaker who toiled for three years to bring Stephen King's It to the screen reveals why he finally walked away.
After three seasons of uneven storytelling and contrived twists, CBS is pulling the plug on the Stephen King-inspired sci-fi drama Under the Dome.
This weekend, our writers will be dipping into apocalypses of various stripes, supernatural metal music and comics from Matt Fraction and Steve Niles. What's on your list?
The long-in-development film version of Stephen King's horror epic It has landed a new director.
The ink is apparently dry on the deal for the man who will direct The Dark Tower.
The remake of Stephen King's Cujo seems poised to push things into very different territory.
What will you be reading, watching, or playing this holiday weekend?
Would The Stand work better as a movie or a TV event? Well ... how about both?
The big-screen adaptation of The Dark Tower is taking another step forward.
For Stephen King fans, it's truly the best of times and the worst of times.
At St. Louis Wizard World Comic Con, the director spoke about not being able to sell a horror anthology television series or his new treatment for the Stephen King story The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon and more.
The two-part IT film just suffered a huge setback.
Under the Dome has been a (fairly entertaining) hot mess its first two years, but producer Neal Baer promises they’ll soon finally start doling out some answers.
The IT remake has found its Pennywise, and we weren't expecting this choice.