Woman Banks Royalties After Stephen King Fans Unwittingly Buy Her Book

Author Emily Schultz (The Blondes) has made out with an impressive sum of cash and quite the story after an Amazon mixup sent readers looking for a Stephen King book to her novel instead. And now she's documenting the purchases she's made with her royalties at $pending the $tephen King Money. » 6/23/14 11:20am 6/23/14 11:20am

Stephen King Sorry for Comment on Dylan Farrow's Abuse 'Bitchery'

After this Saturday's New York Times published Dylan Farrow's truly disturbing account of sexual abuse she says she suffered at the hands of her adopted father Woody Allen, author Stephen King responded with Tweet about the allegations' "palpable bitchery." After people were, understandably, upset, King responded by… » 2/06/14 11:20am 2/06/14 11:20am

Hotel That Inspired The Shining Plans to Dig Up Its Pet Cemetery

An old pet cemetery resting on the grounds of the hotel that inspired Stephen King to write The Shining will soon be dug up to make room for a "wedding and corporate retreat pavilion." » 9/27/13 5:31pm 9/27/13 5:31pm

Stephen King Hates All the Popular Books Right Now

Stephen King's 56th book came out recently, and the folks at The Guardian asked him about some of the novels that are popular right now. He's not impressed: » 9/26/13 2:30pm 9/26/13 2:30pm

Stephen King Hates The Shining Because It’s Misogynistic

It’s no secret that Stephen King, award-winning writer of terrible sex scenes and, much to the continued consternation of Harold Bloom, increasingly an elder statesman of American arts and letters, fucking hated what Stanley Kubrick did to The Shining, which is a really, really good book about how insane it is to be a… » 9/21/13 12:30pm 9/21/13 12:30pm

10 Things You Never Knew About Julianne Moore

Julianne Moore was probably not the likeliest guest to grace the Javitz Center stage at the seventh annual New York Comic Con, and that’s reflected in the icy welcome the fifty-two-year-old received from the costumed geekerati. But Comic Con and the trailer for her latest film “Carrie,” for which she’s banging the… » 9/10/13 10:46am 9/10/13 10:46am

Miley Cyrus Attempts to Convince Us She Values Privacy and Modesty

Miley Cyrus overshared to Elle UK about not wanting to do any more oversharing. No, sir. "We [herself and Liam Hemsworth] were too nice to the world and gave them too much insight—into my life and my puppies and my house–-and I just don't feel they get that privilege any more. Like on my Twitter, I'm much more... not… » 4/29/13 9:00am 4/29/13 9:00am

Chloe Moretz Is Your New Carrie, But Will She Remember to 'Plug It Up'?

They're remaking Carrie. Is this news to you? I guess it shouldn't be — Hollywood is full of dummies making remakes because the world is full of dummies who refuse to see anything new. Why wouldn't they remake something so dear to so many horror loving hearts? » 3/27/12 7:15pm 3/27/12 7:15pm

How Come The Worst Sex Writers Are Always Men?

If you're looking to read some sexy sexy prose, you probably shouldn't bother with Stephen King's latest novel 11.22.63, which the Literary Review nominated for the 2011 ‘Bad Sex in Fiction' Award for such titillating passages as this: "She was wearing jeans. The fabric whispered under my palm." Hot. » 11/23/11 12:00pm 11/23/11 12:00pm

Some Unsolicited Casting Suggestions For The Carrie Remake

Comic writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa — who has written for Big Love, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark and worked on the graphic novel adaptation of Stephen King's The Stand — is penning the script for a remake of 1976 horror film Carrie. For those unfamiliar with the story, the trailer above gives most of it away:… » 5/20/11 4:50pm 5/20/11 4:50pm

Does Britney Know Why The Caged Bird Sings?

The Middle Ground Between Chick Lit And Manfiction

There is a ton of chick lit in the world because those pink covers sell like hotcakes, but as Stephen King points out in his current Entertainment Weekly » 10/14/08 4:40pm 10/14/08 4:40pm column, there's still a for meaty ''manfiction.'' "Here's a concept so simple it's easy to miss," King says. "What men want from an Elmore Leonard novel is exactly…