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    Cary Fukunaga Finds His Evil Clown Pennywise for 'It' Remake

    Fukunaga is taking his two-part Stephen King adaptation in a different direction.

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    Daily Reads: How Franchise Sequels Became Cover Bands, Why Hollywood Can't Make 'The Dark Tower,' and More

    Plus: The potential for a VHS revival, and the messiness of the original "Flash" TV series.

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    Why Stephen King Is Utterly Wrong About 'Room 237'

    "The Shining's" author is just the latest person to misunderstand the documentary about Stanley Kubrick obsessives.

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    Hulu Acquiring Stephen King's '11/22/63' is a Netflix-Style Power Play

    Stephen King fans (who haven't been burned by "Under the Dome"), you're in luck -- the next TV adaptation from the writer's work is on the way thanks to a direct-to-series order by Hulu. The "event series" "11/22/63," produced by Bad Robot and Warner Bros. Television, will stream exclusively on the ...

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    6 Best Bets on TV This Week: Harry Potter, 'Drunk History' and Fussing Over Fireworks

    In honor of 4th of July, we decided to add a sixth program to our list of television we are looking forward this week -- because why the f$*k not. In America, it's go big or go home.

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    Brian K. Vaughn Exits 'Under the Dome,' But Thanks to Amazon, The Characters Are Still Trapped

    Why does one writer leaving CBS's sophomore series matter? It has to do with endgames and financing deals.

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    Stephen King's 'A Good Marriage' Adaptation Acquired by Screen Media Films

    Based on the Stephen King short story of the same name, "A Good Marriage" is a thriller that asks what you would do if you discovered your husband's sinister secrets after 25 years of marriage.

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