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    Julianne Moore Keeps Hitting Herself In New 'Carrie' Clip, Plus New Photos Reveal Infamous Shower Scene

    For a movie that opens on Friday, there isn't a whole lot we know about "Carrie," the highly anticipated remake of the beloved Brian De Palma film (based, once again, on Stephen King's debut novel). "Boys Don't Cry" filmmaker Kimberly Peirce directed the remake from a script by certifiable genius Ro...

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    Stephen King Says Wendy In Kubrick's 'The Shining' Is "One Of The Most Misogynistic Characters Ever Put On Film"

    Ever since its release in 1980, Stephen King has shared his displeasure about Stanley Kubrick's adaptation of "The Shining," and even went so far as to executive produce and write a 1997 TV mini-series version of his story. Anyway, 36 years later after his novel was first published, King is deliveri...

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    Trailers from Hell: Mick Garris on 'Riding the Bullet,' Adapted from the Stephen King Novella

    Stephen King Meets Norman Bates! week continues at Trailers from Hell, with Mick Garris introducing his own 2004 horror thriller "Riding the Bullet," which he adapted from King's novella of the same title.

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    Trailers from Hell: Mick Garris on 'Sleepwalkers,' Written by Stephen King

    Stephen King Meets Norman Bates! week kicks off at Trailers from Hell, with filmmaker Mick Garris introducing his own horror title, 1992's "Sleepwalkers."

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    CBS Renews 'Under the Dome' For a Second Season; Les Moonves Calls It ''Dallas' In The Future'

    There will be no escaping from the dome anytime soon. CBS has renewed its summer hit "Under the Dome" for a second 13-episode season, with Stephen King, on whose novel the series is based, set to write the first episode. The second season will air in the summer of 2014.

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    'Rosemary's Baby' & 'The Tommyknockers' Getting Mini-Series Reboots On NBC

    “We need to be in the event business,” NBC exec Bob Greenblatt told the Television Critics Association on Saturday. And he's not joking. The network unveiled plans for a Hillary Clinton biopic led by Diane Lane, and they've also got a couple projects brewing that will certainly get folks talking.

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    CBS's 'Under the Dome' Has the Feel of a 'Twilight Zone' Episode Writ Large

    Stephen King's 2009 novel "Under the Dome" is a 1000+ page behemoth about what befalls Chester's Mill, one of King's favored small Maine towns, when it's suddenly and inexplicably sealed off from the rest of the world by a giant, transparent dome.

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    5 Things Tate Taylor Needs To Do To Get The Adaptation Of Stephen King's 'Joyland' Right

    We know it be can be difficult not only to keep up with whatever the prolific Stephen King publishes next, but also which of his works are headed for feature or television adaptations. At the moment, King-affiliated projects include: the forthcoming TV series "Under The Dome" and the remake of "Carr...

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    Watch: Teaser for 'Under the Dome,' CBS' Adaptation of the Stephen King Novel, Directed by Niels Arden Oplev

    Developed by Brian K. Vaughan ("Y: The Last Man," "Lost"), the 13-episode series (which, if successful, will be kept open to the possibility of a second round) is set in a small New England town that is suddenly and mysteriously cut off from the world by a giant transparent dome.

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    Exclusive: Jonathan Demme Exits Stephen King Adaptation '11/22/63'

    Moving easily and often between documentaries and feature film projects, Jonathan Demme has always got a few things on the go at any given time. This year alone has seen him direct theater legends Wallace Shawn and André Gregory in their re-teaming in "Wally And André Shoot I...

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