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Marilyn Manson joins Stephen King’s The Stand miniseries

Marilyn Manson will soon fear the wrath of Captain Trips. In a new interview with Revolver, the veteran rocker confirmed his involvement with CBS All Access’ forthcoming miniseries adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand. “Shooter [Jennings} and I did a cover of ‘The End’ by the Doors for a new miniseries of The Stand by

Stephen King’s The Stand series eyeing James Marsden, Whoopi Goldberg, and more: Report

Casting has reportedly begun on CBS All Access’ adaptation of Stephen King’s apocalyptic opus, The Stand. According to a new report by Collider, writer and director Josh Boone is amidst pre-production and beginning to eye stars for the story’s many, many names. Those already being discussed include James Marsden, Amber Heard, Whoopi Goldberg, Greg Kinnear, Odessa

Live Review: Spike Jonze, Ad-Rock, and Mike D Tell the Beastie Boys Story at Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre (4/9)

“When Adam died, we stopped being a band.” That was a line spoken by Adam “Ad-Rock” Horovitz near the beginning of Beastie Boys Story at Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre on Tuesday night. It was the second hometown presentation of the Spike Jonze-directed two-man show, which saw Ad-Rock and Michael “Mike D” Diamond unfolding the storied history

Stephen King’s dystopian novella, The Long Walk, is being adapted by New Line Cinema

For years, Stephen King fans have pondered why no filmmaker has ever succeeded in bringing his 1979 novella, The Long Walk, to life. Written under his pseudonym, Richard Bachman, the story is considered a low-key classic among the horror author’s most rabid fans, as well as the best work to be produced under the Bachman moniker

Something terrible is happening in the new teaser trailer for Stephen King’s Castle Rock: Watch

Goddammit do we want to watch Castle Rock right now. Ugh. Because they’re gluttons for punishment, Hulu has gone ahead and released the Super Bowl teaser trailer for their forthcoming (and incredibly mysterious) new Stephen King series, and, naturally, we’re losing our minds in anticipation. It’s only 40 seconds long, but you get to see new