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Ep. 100!!!!!!!! - Kingnassaince Continues in 2019

Posted: March 25, 2019, 12:53
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Welcome to the Stephen King Podcast - Constant and New Listeners!

Join your host - longtime Constant Reader - writer/podcaster - Lou W. Sytsma.

Welcome to Episode 100 of The Stephen King Podcast!

Made it! Episode 100!! WooT!
Joining me this episode are two awesome guests. Returning to the show is former
co-host Hans Lilja and writer Bev Vincent. Together we discuss the upcoming King events in 2019 and rank them:
1) Pet Sematary - movie
2) IT - Chapter 2 - movie
3) The Institute - King's new book
4) Mr. Sleep - movie

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In this podcast:
1) 00:00 - Intro
2) 00:30 - Podcast - King in 2019
3) 41:32 - Outro


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Dark Tower TV Show Casting News

Posted: March 21, 2019, 20:32
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Amazon’s adaptation The Dark Tower has found its Gunslinger. Sam Strike has been cast as Roland Deschain. Jasper Pääkkönen will co-star and is believed to be playing Marten.

The TV series is independent from the film and is supposed to be an adaptation of the forth book Wizard And Glass. That book take place many years before the events depicted in the feature and focus on Roland’s origin story, how he became a gunslinger and got his guns and meet his first (and only) love.

Casting News For Mr Mercedes Season 3

Posted: March 21, 2019, 08:27
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Mr Mercedes has added three guest stars for the third season.

“Mr. Mercedes” has added three recurring guest stars to the upcoming third season on AT&T Audience Network. Kate Mulgrew will play Alma Lane, a lifelong resident of Bridgton, Ohio; Brett Gelman is Roland Finklestein,a passionate defense attorney Lou Linklatter (Breeda Wool) in her murder trial; and Natalie Paul will play Sarah Pace, a prosecutor on Lou’s case. The series is based on author Stephen King’s Bill Hodges trilogy, and the third season will closely follow the second book “Finders Keepers,” exploring the fallout from Brady Hartsfield’s (Harry Treadaway) massacre.

Castle Rock Season 2 Based On Misery

Posted: March 20, 2019, 21:22
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Looks like the second season of Castle Rock will be based on Misery. A very interesting and unexpected decision.

The Hollywood Reporter report that Lizzy Caplan, Tim Robbins, Elsie Fisher, Garrett Hedlund, Barkhad Abdi, Yusra Warsama and Matthew Alan has been cast.

Season two will explore a feud between warring clans that comes to a boil when budding psychopath Annie Wilkes, King's nurse from hell, gets waylaid in Castle Rock.

Tim Robbins will play Reginald "Pop" Merrill, the famed patriarch of King's iconic crime family who is dying of cancer and at a reckoning with his family. Garrett Hedlund will play John "Ace" Merrill, the town of Castle Rock's legendary bully who is taking over his uncle Po's business and threatening a fragile peace with nearby Jerusalem's Lot. Matthew Alan will portray Chris Merrill, Pop's nephew and Ace's brother who struggles to keep peace between the Merrills and the Somali community.

Yusra Warsama will play Dr. Nadia Omar, the Harvard-trained Somali medical director of a rural hospital in Jerusalem's Lot whose rational and scientific mind will be put to the test. Barkhad Abdi will play Abdi Omar, Nadia's tough older brother who leads the charge to build a Somali community center that will deepen the roots of his people in Maine.

Elsie Fisher will play Joy, Annie's homeschooled teenage daughter who is starting to have questions about her mother's sanity. Lizzy Caplan takes on Kathy Bates' iconic Misery role of Annie Wilkes, a nurse and superfan battling to overcome mental health issues in Castle Rock.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

Night Of 1000 Stories Feat. Stephen King

Posted: March 13, 2019, 16:10
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Join 826 Boston for the never-boring, always story-worthy Night of 1,000 Stories gala. Special guest Stephen King will be joined by 826 Boston students for an evening of showcases and surprises. Cocktail hour begins at 5:30 PM, followed by an action-packed dinner at 7:00 PM. Tickets start at $500. All of the funds raised at the event will support 826 Boston's free youth writing and publishing programs. The event will start at 5:30 PM with a cocktail reception; formal program starts at 7:00 PM. A limited number of individual tickets are available for purchase online.

The Talisman Has Found It’s Director

Posted: March 12, 2019, 19:48
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Collider reports the The Talisman has found it’s director:

Collider has exclusively learned that Mike Barker, who has directed numerous episodes of Hulu’s Emmy-winning series The Handmaid’s Tale, is set to direct a big-screen adaptation of King and Peter Straub‘s bestselling 1984 fantasy novel The Talisman for Steven Spielberg‘s Amblin Partners and The Kennedy/Marshall Company.

Frank Marshall will produce on behalf of Kennedy/Marshall, while former Amblin CEO Michael Wright will serve as an executive producer on The Talisman, which will be adapted by veteran genre scribe Chris Sparling (Buried).

Ep. 99: King Catchup

Posted: March 11, 2019, 10:39
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Welcome to the Stephen King Podcast - Constant and New Listeners!

Join your host - longtime Constant Reader - writer/podcaster - Lou W. Sytsma.

Welcome to Episode 99 of The Stephen King Podcast!

After a month long layoff due to knee surgery I'm back! And boy there was a ton of Stephen King news during the month of February!!

So this episode is a catch-up one on the news front.

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In this podcast:
1) 00:00 - Intro
2) 00:30 - Podcast Setup
3) 03:04 - News from the Deathroom
4) 39:42 - Podcast Signoff
5) 41:32 - Outro


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Dark Tower Didn't Ripp Off Time-Traveling Comic

Posted: March 4, 2019, 18:34
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Judge Schlesinger confirms what the rest of us have known all along.

A Florida federal judge on Friday dismissed a suit claiming Stephen King’s “The Dark Tower” ripped off the time-traveling comic book series “The Rook,” ruling that the protected elements of the two works are dissimilar and that no reasonable jury could conclude King infringed the comic's copyrights.

U.S. District Judge Harvey Schlesinger granted summary judgment in favor of King after finding that even though the two series feature adventure-seeking protagonists who don Western garb and engage in time travel, they are far more different in substance.

The judge said the plaintiff, the nephew of now-deceased comic book writer William B. DuBay, “analyzes the characters at such a high level of abstraction and generality that it does not truly reflect the characters or their shared traits.”

DuBay’s nephew, Benjamin DuBay, claims in his suit launched in March 2017 that King’s eight-book fantasy series “The Dark Tower” featuring protagonist Roland Deschain infringes the copyrights to "The Rook," which features a hero called Restin Dane. Since the character first appeared in Warren Publishing Co.’s horror comic book magazine in 1977, more than 5 million copies of magazines that follow the character The Rook have been published in five different languages, according to the suit.

DuBay claims King was a “super fan” of William DuBay and admitted to copying his character in his memoir, “On Writing.” Since then, King has made more than $500 million off his Deschain character and “The Dark Tower” series, which he published between 1998 and 2004, according to the complaint.

But Judge Schlesinger said that while Roland Deschain and Restin Dane are both adventurers, they have little else in common.

Thanks to Herbert West

IT-Themed Versions Of Clue & Monopoly

Posted: March 1, 2019, 15:22
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Who’s up for a game night? Seems like Pennywise is. USAopoly has announced their latest games.


CLUE takes the classic mystery game even further into shrouded chaos as Bill Denbrough and his friends attempt to determine Pennywise’s Plan. Travel between the The House on Neibolt Street, the Synagogue, Derry Public Library, and more to identify various items used to lure the town’s youth, while avoiding Red Balloons that will end the operation before the menacing killer’s Plan can be uncovered. CLUE: IT will be available this March.


MONOPOLY: IT makes buying, selling, and trading places in and around Derry, Maine the key to winning this uncanny twist of “the Landlord’s Game.” Using tokens of iconic items such as an Inhaler, Paper Boat, and Bicycle, players can draw Encounters and Phenomena cards as they build Suburban Houses and Apartment Buildings on locations like Pennywise’s Cistern and the Derry Sewers. MONOPOLY: IT will be available later this year.

Source: Bloody Disgusting

Hear King's Interview With Eli Roth

Posted: February 21, 2019, 23:36
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Last year AMC aired Eli Roth’s History of Horror in seven parts. Each episode featured interviews with many of the top names in horror. Today Shudder announced that the complete interviews Roth conducted for the series (not yet heard) will be released as part of Eli Roth’s History of Horror: Uncut podcast.

In twelve episodes we'll get hours of never-before-heard, candid conversations between Roth and Stephen King, Edgar Wright, Quentin Tarantino, Diablo Cody, Bryan Fuller, Catherine Hardwicke, Victor LaValle, Tippi Hedren, Bruce Campbell, Josh Hartnett, Greg Nicotero and Rob Zombie.

All episodes of the podcast will be made available on Shudder on Friday, February 22, exclusively for its members. Episode 1, featuring Roth’s complete conversation with Stephen King, will be made available the same day to non-members on Apple Podcasts and other platforms, where subsequent episodes will be released twice-weekly on Mondays and Fridays.


Source: Bloody Disgusting.

Mr Mercedes Season 3 Casting

Posted: February 20, 2019, 08:25
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Seems like casting for season 3 of Mr Mercedes is happening right now.

Gabriel Ebert (Ricki and the Flash) and Rarmian Newton (Rise) are set as series regulars and Glynn Turman (How To Get Away With Murder) will recur on the upcoming third season of AT&T Audience Network’s critically praised drama series Mr. Mercedes, from Sonar Entertainment. Production on the Stephen King adaptation is underway in Charleston, South Carolina.



Ebert will play Morris Bellamy, intelligent, well-educated if not middle class, a volatile and charismatic wolf in sheep’s clothing. When he was younger he had ambitions of becoming a famous writer but ended up with a much less exciting life in Ohio.

Newton plays Peter Saubers, 16, smart and personable, he’s a junior in high school and on the college track. From a seemingly happy home, but that picturesque Midwestern life was derailed when his father was disabled during the Mr. Mercedes massacre.

Turman recurs as Judge Bernard Raines, the no-nonsense judge presiding over Lou Linklatter’s murder trial, he suffers no fools and takes no prisoners. He is none too pleased with the lawyers working on this case who seem hell bent for trial.

Source: Deadline

Andrew Bernstein Set To Direct The Outsider

Posted: February 16, 2019, 09:49
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Deadline reports that Andrew Bernstein is set to direct several episodes of The Outsider.

EXCLUSIVE: Andrew Bernstein (Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan) has been tapped to direct several episodes and serve as executive producer on HBO’s supernatural drama series The Outsider, based on Stephen King’s bestselling novel, with Ben Mendelsohn set to star and produce. The project hails from The Night Of co-creator/executive producer Richard Price, director-producer Jack Bender (Mr. Mercedes) Jason Bateman’s Aggregate Films, Temple Hill Entertainment and MRC.

The New Improved Creep

Posted: February 16, 2019, 09:30
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The Creepshow TV series has begun filming, and executive producer Greg Nicotero has provided a first look at the new and improved version of The Creep.


Read more here

Thanks to Anders Jakobson

Production Has Begun On Creepshow

Posted: February 11, 2019, 12:04
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This press release was sent out by Shudder last week and tells us that work has begun on the TV show Creepshow. It's unclear though why it says "as-yet unannounced Stephen King story" when it was earlier reported that it's Survivor Type they're adapting.


Press Release: Shudder, AMC Networks’ premium streaming service for thriller, suspense and horror, announced today that production has begun on its first long-form original TV series, Creepshow, in Atlanta, GA. Executive produced by The Walking Dead’s Greg Nicotero, the horror series is based on the iconic 1982 anthology film written by Stephen King and directed by George A. Romero.

The six-episode season will feature an adaptation of an as-yet unannounced Stephen King story, as well as segments based on stories by other award-winning and acclaimed horror writers, including:

● “By the Silvery Waters of Lake Champlain” by Joe Hill (NOS4A2)
● “House of the Head” by Josh Malerman (Bird Box)
● “The Companion” by Joe Lansdale (The Bottoms)
● “The Man in the Suitcase” by Christopher Buehlman (The Lesser Dead)
● “All Hallows Eve” by Bruce Jones (The Hitchhiker)
● “Night of the Paw” by John Esposito (The Walking Dead: Webisodes)
● “Bad Wolf Down” by Rob Schrab (Monster House)

Thanks to Billy Sven-Erik Bent Gustafsson

Mile 81 King's Next Story To Be Filmed

Posted: February 9, 2019, 00:08
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Mile 81 is being filmed later this year.

Alistair Legrand (Clinical) has been set to direct supernatural horror thriller Mile 81, based on the 2011 novella by Stephen King. Producer is Ross M. Dinerstein, who recently produced Netflix’s King adaptation 1922 and the streaming service’s John Grisham inspired docuseries The Innocent Man. Paradigm is handling sales, and introducing the project at the European Film Market in Berlin.

Script comes from Legrand and Luke Harvis (The Diabolical). Production is planned for fall 2019 with casting discussions underway.

Source: Deadline

Dolores Claiborne: The Opera

Posted: February 8, 2019, 13:29
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The opera version of Dolores Claiborne will be performed in February.

Boston University’s Opera Institute performs the chamber version of Tobias Picker’s Dolores Claiborne, conducted by William Lumpkin, on FEBRUARY 21-24, 2019.

Picker notes, “Dolores Claiborne is a character destined for the operatic stage – passionate, desperate, trapped. She will do anything to save the daughter who despises her. Pushed to the extreme edge of life, she does what she has to, fearless and forsaken.”

Based on the best-selling novel by Stephen King, DOLORES CLAIBORNE was hailed in its premiere production at the SAN FRANCISCO OPERA as “A BRILLIANT MUSICAL INCARNATION” and “A MOMENTOUS ADDITION TO THE EXPANDING CANON OF AMERICAN OPERA” (Huffington Post). The new chamber version was jointly commissioned by New York City Opera and the Opera Institute at Boston University.

Changes In Pet Sematary Explained

Posted: February 8, 2019, 08:57
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Have you seen the new trailer for Pet Sematary? If so you have noticed that there are some changes compared to the book and the original movie. In this article the filmmakers explain why they feelt they had to do them.

I won't post the changes here with respect to those who want to know nothing about the new movie, but I do want to know what you think about them (and don't read the comment if you don't want to know).

Update: Dark Tower TV Series

Posted: February 7, 2019, 22:33
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Here is an update about the Dark Tower TV series from Amazon. The news comes from ThatHashtagShow.com which I'm not that familiar with so...but I'm working on getting it confirmed. Stay tuned.

Amazon Studios is set to move ahead with production on their adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower books. The series, which will be comprised of 13 one-hour episodes, will be executive produced by a team of huge names led by Glen Mazzara (The Walking Dead), Akiva Goldsman (Titans, Star Trek: Discovery) and King.

Amazon Studios has begun looking to assemble a cast ahead of a mid-April start of production in Croatia, where the series is expected to film until late-June. It appears that part of the delay may have been, in part, due to efforts to distance the series from the 2017 film adaptation which was received poorly by fans and critics. The series will of course focus on Roland Deschain, a young boy from a long line of “gunslingers”, and his “ka-tet” comprised of Cuthbert Allgood, Alain Johns, Ileen Ritter and Jamie De Curry in addition to his girlfriend, Susan Delgado. The studio is currently looking at actors and actresses, ages 16-18 for all the roles listed above.

Marten Broadcloak will serve as the series antagonist and his affair with Roland’s mother, Gabrielle, will factor heavily into the plot. Her affair incites Roland to pick up his guns in a search for Broadcloak and sets his father, Steven, on a mission to find him. At this time, no offers have been made to talent, but the cast should begin to assemble quickly.

Thanks to Bev Vincent

Shining Opera Returns In 2020

Posted: February 7, 2019, 14:05
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The Shining opera will return in 2020.

After a widely acclaimed, sold-out world premiere by Minnesota Opera in 2016, The Shining—based on Stephen King’s terrifying novel—will open Opera Colorado’s 2020-21 season. This new work, by composer Paul Moravec and librettist Mark Campbell, offers a delightfully eerie evening that marries opera and horror to brilliant effect.


Thanks to Herbert West

King Celebrated At McDonald's

Posted: February 5, 2019, 13:27
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When King found out Paul Monash had optioned Carrie the family celebrated by going out to McDonald’s.

King was first named-checked in Variety in summer 1974 when Hollywood producer Paul Monash obtained the film rights to King’s first published novel, “Carrie,” which had just hit bookstores only weeks earlier. While a modest seller in hardback, in paperback, “Carrie” became the first of King’s many million-sellers.

Read more over at Variety.

UK Cover For The Institute

Posted: February 1, 2019, 18:53
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Here is the UK cover for The Institute and Hodder & Stoughton’s plot description.


There’s Only One Way Out…

Deep in the woods of Maine, there is a dark state facility where kids, abducted from across the United States, are incarcerated. In the Institute they are subjected to a series of tests and procedures meant to combine their exceptional gifts – telepathy, telekinesis – for concentrated effect. Luke Ellis is the latest recruit. He’s just a regular 12-year-old, except he’s not just smart, he’s super-smart. And he has another gift which the Institute wants to use…

Far away in a small town in South Carolina, former cop Tim Jamieson has taken a job working for the local Sheriff. He’s basically just walking the beat. But he’s about to take on the biggest case of his career.

Back in the Institute’s downtrodden playground and corridors where posters advertise ‘just another day in paradise’, Luke, his friend Kalisha and the other kids are in no doubt that they are prisoners, not guests. And there is no hope of escape.

But great events can turn on small hinges and Luke is about to team up with a new, even younger recruit, Avery Dixon, whose ability to read minds is off the scale. While the Institute may want to harness their powers for covert ends, the combined intelligence of Luke and Avery is beyond anything that even those who run the experiments – even the infamous Mrs Sigsby – suspect.

Thrilling, suspenseful, heartbreaking, The Institute is a stunning novel of childhood betrayed and hope regained.

The Institute will be released in hardback, export trade paperback, ebook and audio on 10 September 2019.

The Institute: King's Next Book

Posted: January 31, 2019, 16:07
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StephenKing.com announces next King book:

The Institute
Formats: Hardcover, eBook
First Edition Release Date: September 10, 2019

From the Flap:

In the middle of the night, in a house on a quiet street in suburban Minneapolis, intruders silently murder Luke Ellis’s parents and load him into a black SUV. The operation takes less than two minutes. Luke will wake up at The Institute, in a room that looks just like his own, except there’s no window. And outside his door are other doors, behind which are other kids with special talents—telekinesis and telepathy—who got to this place the same way Luke did: Kalisha, Nick, George, Iris, and ten-year-old Avery Dixon. They are all in Front Half. Others, Luke learns, graduated to Back Half, “like the roach motel,” Kalisha says. “You check in, but you don’t check out.”

In this most sinister of institutions, the director, Mrs. Sigsby, and her staff are ruthlessly dedicated to extracting from these children the force of their extranormal gifts. There are no scruples here. If you go along, you get tokens for the vending machines. If you don’t, punishment is brutal. As each new victim disappears to Back Half, Luke becomes more and more desperate to get out and get help. But no one has ever escaped from the Institute.

As psychically terrifying as Firestarter, and with the spectacular kid power of It, The Institute is Stephen King’s gut-wrenchingly dramatic story of good vs. evil in a world where the good guys don’t always win.

Narrating Shining In The Dark

Posted: January 31, 2019, 15:25
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Some photos from the recording of Shining in the Dark.

Jacques Roy narrating The Novel of the Holocaust by Stewart O’Nan, Drawn to the Flame by Kevin Quigley, The Tell Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe, my introduction and my afterword! It’s amazing how much better my introduction sounds when you read it compared to when I hear it in my head. Thanks Jacques!

Robert Petkoff narrating The Blue Air Compressor by Stephen King!

Pete Simonelli narrating The Net by Jack Ketchum and P. D. Cacek, An End To All Things by Brian Keene, The Companion by Ramsey Campbell and A Mother's Love by Brian James Freeman!

Madeleine Maby narrating The Net by Jack Ketchum and P. D. Cacek and Aeliana by Bev Vincent!

Matthew Lloyd Davies narrating Pidgin and Theresa by Clive Barker!

Corey Brill narrating The Net by Jack Ketchum and P. D. Cacek, Cemetery Dance by Richard Chizmar and The Keeper's Companion by John Ajvide Lindqvist!

New Hill Collection Will Contain Collaborations

Posted: January 31, 2019, 10:02
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Joe Hill will release a new short story collection entitled Full Throttle in the fall (October 29). The book will be 384 pages and feature eleven short stories. Some of them new and some previously published elsewhere.

The book will include Hill’s two collaborations with his father Stephen King; Full Throttle and In The Tall Grass. In The Tall Grass has been filmed and will probably premiere later this year while Full Throttle was reported to be getting a big-screen treatment but nothing else has surfaced about that since it was first reported.

Thanks to The Fire Wire

The Doctor Comes Earliar Than Expected

Posted: January 31, 2019, 08:35
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Doctor Sleep was originally supposed to be released in January 2020 but has now been moved up to November 8th, 2019. This comes just days after that Mike Flanagan tweeted that he’s editing the movie right now. No mention about a trailer of photos from the movie but hopefully we’ll see something soon.

Confirmation: The Stand As A 10-Hour TV Show

Posted: January 30, 2019, 23:44
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It is now confirmed that CBS All Access has ordered 10 episodes of The Stand, as a limited event. Josh Boone and Ben Cavell penned the adaptation, and Boone will direct. They will also be executive producers with Roy Lee, Jimmy Miller and Richard P. Rubinstein. Will Weiske and Miri Yoon will serve as co-executive producers and Owen King will produce. CBS TV Studios is the studio.

“I’m excited and so very pleased that The Stand is going to have a new life on this exciting new platform,” said King. “The people involved are men and women who know exactly what they’re doing; the scripts are dynamite. The result bids to be something memorable and thrilling. I believe it will take viewers away to a world they hope will never happen.”

No release date has been mentioned yet.

Source: Deadline

The Outsider Cast

Posted: January 26, 2019, 01:56
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Here is the latest casting for HBO’s The Outsider:

Ben Mendelsohn will play Ralph Anderson
Cynthia Erivo will play Holly Gibney
Bill Camp will play Howie Gold
Mare Winningham will play Jeannie Anderson
Paddy Considine will play Claude Bolton
Julianne Nicholson will play Mercy Maitland
Yul Vázquez will play Yunis Sablo
Jeremy Bobb will play Alec Pelley
Marc Menchaca will play Jack Hoskins
HettiennePark will play Tomika Collind
Michael Esper will play Bill Samuels

This means we’ll get a ”new” Holly, what is your thoughts on that?

Ep 98: 2018 Retrospective

Posted: January 23, 2019, 09:08
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Welcome to the Stephen King Podcast - Constant and New Listeners!

Join your host - longtime Constant Reader - writer/podcaster - Lou W. Sytsma.

Welcome to Episode 98 of The Stephen King Podcast!

In this episode, join me and take a look back at the Kingnassance that was the year 2018!

Hope you enjoy this episode and, as usual, I want to hear from you.

Good or bad, I want it all!
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In this podcast:
1) 00:00 - Intro
2) 00:35 - Podcast Setup
3) 01:46 - News from the Deathroom
4) 08:49 - 2018 Retrospective
5) 31:00 - Podcast Signoff
6) 31:26 - Outro


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