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    CBS Green Lights Stephen King's 'Under the Dome' for TV Series to Air Summer 2013

    CBS has ordered 13 episodes of Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television TV series adaptation of Stephen King's 2009 sci-fi novel "Under the Dome," about a small New England town suddenly and inexplicably sealed off under a gigantic transparent dome. Niels Arden Oplev, who helmed the Swedish version of "...

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    CBS Orders Steven Spielberg/Brian K. Vaughan Stephen King Adaptation 'Under The Dome' To Series for Summer 2013

    Somewhat surprisingly, CBS has bypassed the usual pilot song-and-dance and gone ahead and ordered thirteen episodes of "Under the Dome," an adaptation of Stephen King's beloved doorstop-sized novel, adapted by comic book creator Brian K. Vaughan and executive produced by Steven Spielberg. The series...

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    The Essentials: 5 Great Films Based On Stephen King Novels

    Stephen King is, all of a sudden, a hot property again. One of the major forces in popular literature of the past forty-odd years, it's been a few years since the last major King adaptation, but a wealth of projects from the director are on their way in the next few years.

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    Redrum: Warner Bros. Eyeing Prequel To 'The Shining' While Stephen King Is Working On A Sequel

    So, which would you rather see at this point, because at least one of them is coming: the story of Jack Torrance before the events at the Overlook Hotel or what happens to Danny afterward? If your answer is "neither," well too bad, because at least one of these is getting made. Maybe both.

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    Cary Fukunaga to Direct An Adaptation of Stephen King's "It"

    The trajectory of Cary Fukunaga's career just took a sharp turn into the Clown-Horror genre. The director of "Sin Nombre" and "Jane Eyre" will be co-writing an adaptation of Stephen King's epic novel "It" with screenwriter Chase Palmer, who previously adapted Fr...

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    'Sin Nombre' Helmer Cary Fukunaga To Tackle 2 Film Adaptation Of Stephen King's 'It'

    Well, Ron Howard tried and failed (and is still trying) to get a monumental three film, two TV series adaptation of "The Dark Tower" off the ground, but Warner Bros. is hoping they can get their own epic Stephen King story onto the big screen. And unlike the plethora of King related projec...

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    Stephen King's 'The Reach' & Ray Bradbury's 'From The Dust Returned' Headed To The Big Screen

    Adapting books into films is big business for studios, and this week two of the authors who are considered the cream of the genre crop will be seeing their written work turned into full features on the silver screen.

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    Stephen King's 'The Eyes of the Dragon' Being Developed as a Syfy Series

    With HBO's "Game of Thrones" demonstrating there's a formidable market for high fantasy, the Syfy channel is looking to get in the game with an adaptation of Stephen King's 1987 "The Eyes of the Dragon." One of the prolific author's non-horror ventures, ...

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    Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Connelly, Kristen Bell, Lily Collins & More Are 'Writers'; Stephen King Will Cameo

    This project has been building for the last month or so, and with cameras set to roll next week in North Carolina, there's no better time to gather up all the details in one place.

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    'The Night Flier' Writer/Director Mark Pavia Working On A New Stephen King Anthology Film

    Stephen King is best known as one of the most prolific writers of pop horror novels, whose material has served as the foundation for numerous film adaptations (“The Shining,” “The Shawshank Redemption,” “Stand By Me”) and television series ("Bag Of Bones"). And it's far from over.

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