Stephen King

CBS ‘Under the Dome’ Canceled After Three Seasons

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 3 hours ago
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CBS hasn’t had tremendous luck with its higher-profile summer shows, Under the Dome bleeding viewers and critics alike with each year, and at last the dome will be coming down in more ways than one. The network has confirmed the September 10 finale will be the show’s last, cancelling the Stephen King adaptation after three seasons.

Stephen Colbert Sets Scarlett Johansson, Amy Schumer and More for First ‘Late Show’ Week

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 7 days ago
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We’re closer than ever to Stephen Colbert’s Late Show debut on September 8, and while George Clooney’s guest appearance gave a marquee head start, the full guest list for Colbert’s full week offers a much clearer view of the new series. Everyone from Jeb Bush to Elon Musk and Amy Schumer will fill out the ranks, with musical guests on deck as well.

‘The Dark Tower’ Is Really Happening, Gets a 2017 Release Date

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by Britt Hayes August 5, 2015 @ 5:14 PM
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The Dark Tower is one of the longest-developing Stephen King adaptations — Ron Howard was on board to direct at one point, but is now simply producing the film, which will be directed by A Royal Affair helmer Nikolaj Arcel. Given how long and seemingly torturous the development on this project has been, it’s a bit surprising that Sony has finally set a release date for The Dark Tower.

Stephen King’s ‘It’ Replaces Cary Fukunaga With ‘Mama’ Director Andres Muschietti

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by Britt Hayes July 16, 2015 @ 5:20 PM
Warner Bros. Television
This is either good or sort of disappointing news, depending on how much you like the 2013 horror film Mama. Director Andres Muschietti has come aboard New Line Cinema’s adaptation of Stephen King’s classic horror tome It, replacing previous director Cary Fukunaga and likely replacing much of his script, as well.

‘The Dark Tower’ Officially Moving Forward With Director Nikolaj Arcel and New Writer

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by Britt Hayes July 10, 2015 @ 5:26 PM
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Just last month we learned that Warner Bros. had turned their attention to Danish director Nikolaj Arcel to helm the first in a planned series of movies based on Stephen King’s The Dark Tower. Today brings word from Comic-Con 2015 that Arcel has been confirmed for the project, with Danish filmmaker Anders Thomas Jensen on board to co-write a new version of the screenplay with Arcel.

This ‘Cujo’ Remake Sounds Nothing Like Stephen King’s ‘Cujo’ at All

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by Britt Hayes July 8, 2015 @ 6:35 PM
Warner Bros.
There are always at least a dozen Stephen King adaptations in the works, and right now there are plenty, including Hulu’s 11/22/63 series, the multi-film adaptation of The Stand with a tie-in TV series at Showtime, and It — which is still moving forward with Cary Fukunaga’s script, but without Fukunaga directing. There have also been remakes of King adaptations, including the recent update of Carrie. But if you thought that one was disappointing, then you haven’t heard about this Cujo “remake.”

‘IT’ Concept Art Reveals What Pennywise Almost Looked Like

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by Mike Sampson June 3, 2015 @ 9:02 AM
Vincenzo Natali, Twitter
Last week came the news that director Cary Fukanaga had left Warner Bros.’ upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s IT following “creative differences” over the film. It wasn’t entirely surprising news (Fukanaga has a reputation for being an exacting and demanding director with little experience in the studio system), but it left the project in a state of limbo. We’ve since heard conflicting the reports — The project is dead! No wait, it’s not dead! Hold on, it’s dead again! — but as the studio figures out what they want to do, we can now take a look at what they almost did.

Stephen King’s ‘The Dark Tower’ Sets Its Sights on a ‘Royal’ Director

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by Jacob Hall June 2, 2015 @ 11:04 AM
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For better or worse, the ambitious adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series is still alive and well and defying everyone who said that bringing this thing to the screen was impossible. In fact, producers Ron Howard, Brian Grazer and Akiva Goldsman have seemingly found a director for the first film in this western/horror/fantasy/science fiction epic and it’s ... Well, let’s just say it’s not someone you would have guessed.

Stephen King’s ‘It’ Reportedly Moves Back to Warner Bros., Will Replace Director Cary Fukunaga

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by Britt Hayes May 27, 2015 @ 6:54 PM
Warner Bros.
The other day we learned that Cary Fukunaga had departed the two-part big screen adaptation of Stephen King’s It, following a move from Warner Bros. to New Line. The reason given for his departure was the standard “creative differences” along with reported budget cuts. The latest rumor about the film is definitely interesting: It has moved back over to Warner Bros., which is currently seeking a new director to move ahead with the project.

Cary Fukunaga Exits Stephen King’s ‘It’ Adaptation

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by Britt Hayes May 25, 2015 @ 2:14 PM
Warner Bros. Television
With production set to begin this summer, Cary Fukunaga has exited the director’s chair on the major two-film adaptation of Stephen King’s classic horror novel It. While it’s definitely disappointing news, it’s not entirely surprising given that Fukunaga recently signed on to direct another film and he’s got a TNT miniseries in the pipeline.