If this had been around in the eighties or early ninties when SK was huge (not that he's vanished mind you) this wiki would have been like downtown Manhatten on New Years Eve. But times change and trends move on I guess. There just isn't much activity here is there.Read more >
My very first blog. Typical for me I'm only years behind the trend. I should have gotten into blogging back in 2004 when everyone was doing it. I'm 49 and I've been behind the power curve for many years, but what the hell I'm having fun here.Read more >
I don't mean to sound like I own this place but I see not many people edit on this wikia but I believe we need to tweak the color for the non-existent pages and the existing pages. We also need more templates to add the complete character(s) information... Possibly a Chat? But I don't think anybody looks at the blog post anyways. But I just wanted to throw this out there. - Blameitonmyotp (talk)Read more >
So, I have seen the trailer for the upcoming 2017 remake of Stephen King's It, and I have overall mixed feelings about it. For one, I don't personally like Pennywise's new design. Now, I understand that they amped it up because they wanted to enhance his scare factor. However, by doing this, I feel that they are missing the point. While many kids fear clowns, one can make the argument that 1990's Pennywise was specifically designed to appear friendly so that it could lure victims. By having Pennywise look nightmarish right from the get go, it really makes me question Georgie's poor judgment. I mean, if any kid saw a clown like that in the sewer drain, they would be scared off. Pennywise's new design just screams "edgy."
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Do you think that a 'Cinematic Universe' should be created for Stephen King's books?
The idea would be that it would 'revolve' around the Dark Tower series and feature movie/tv adaptions of the stories that tie into it.
Do you think it could work (especially considering how connected King's books can be)?Read more >
Stephen King is a genius when it comes to the strange and his books contain a lot of it. What would you say is the strangest book of his?Read more >
Which one would you write a sequel to?
Furthermore, explain (briefly) what you imagine the storyline to be.Read more >
It is my favorite Stephen King book so far and Bill Skarsgard was cast recently for It (2017). I wanted to know what you other fans of It think of this casting and who else should be added to the cast?Read more >
Two very strong psychics - Carrie White (Carrie) and Charlie McGee (Firestarter) - teaming up to fight Stephen King's self-described best villain, Randall Flagg - "an accomplished sorcerer and a devoted servant of the Outer Dark".
For this battle, I'm imagining both Carrie and Charlie been in their teens.
Who do you think would win?Read more >
Sue heard the creaking. Somebody was getting into her home. It was times like this she wished Tommy was still there to protect her and their daughter Ava, who was now 4 months old. Sue sprang up , determined to get to Ava. She rushed to the little girl's room. But she was too late. Ava was gone.
Th whisper was distinctly familiar. It reminded Sue of someone she knew. Sue creaked back to her own bedroom, and sure enough, she was laying on the bed. Carrie White, dressed in a flowing red dress that showed off her legs and included a cape, was laying on Sue's bed, Holding Ava in her arms. Sue didn't speak. She shook as she watched her daughter sleep peacefully.
"The young girl bares a striking resemblance to Tommy." Carri…
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I started reading The Dark Tower books about a month and a half ago. I was afraid to go into this long series at first, but once I started I couldn't start. The story was of course amazing, but that wasn't the most important part. The most important part of a book series is the characters. I loved Roland and his ka-tet, and,SPOILER ALERT, when a member died I almost cried, got pretty close to tears when Oy had to go. I love how the story basically ends how it began. My favorite book in this series is Wizard and Glass. What are your thoughts on King's magnum opus.Read more >
Mine would have to be The Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile, and Stand By Me. All of these movies have touched me in some way, and they're all very well done.Read more >
I can't decide much between Angela Bettis and Chloe Grace. I'm mostly for Angela Bettis because I've seen her in a few other films, like "May" and "Sick Girl". Chloe Grace is someone I only recall in "Let Me In", but she was a great actress in that film.
Who is your favorite Carrie?Read more >
News on 11/22/63 series from Hulu and Warner Bros. Television:
Oscar®-nominated actor James Franco (127 Hours) has been set to star in the upcoming Hulu Original series 11/22/63, from J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions, acclaimed author Stephen King, executive producer/writer Bridget Carpenter and Warner Bros. Television.
- Based upon the best-selling 2011 novel written by King and published by Scribner, 11/22/63 is a thriller in which high school English teacher Jake Epping travels back in time to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. But his mission is threatened by Lee Harvey Oswald, his falling in love and the past itself … which doesn’t want to be changed.
- Franco, who is also a producer, will play the lead role of Epping …
What will happen if John Coffey faces the same fate like Edward Delacroix which is the execution with the sponge dry & without water right in front of the parents of the 2 dead little girls?Read more >
Alright so the last fourty eight hours I've been watching the Children of the corn, my honest review is they are very corny yet these movies are really kick ass they are funny sorta and yet the kids are kinda cool and awesome I love watching these kids although I wish that they will winRead more >
What is your favorite story or stories by King & why? Mine would have to be The Langoliers, The Shining, Desperation, The Green Mile, & maybe Apt Pupil. The Langoliers because it's fear of the unknown. The Shining because it's fear of isolation & abandonment. Desperation for the same reasons as The Shining. The Green Mile because it's kind of a story of heroism. And last but not least Apt Pupil because it's about obsession, control, & power, & the effects they have on people, especially youth. It's also about how careful society (those of us that are the older generation) should be careful about where we tempt our youth to stray & how if we cause them to or let them stray from what' right & true, they will lose direction & allow any ole' b…Read more >
Will there be a sequel of Carrie?
They made profit, because of the movie and it is implied, that Carrie may still be alive.Read more >
Hi everyone! I haven't been a part of this wiki for a long time but I have contributed quite a bit in that short period of time. I would like to know how I could become an admin or a place to apply or however it works for the current admins. This site is practically dead, and i hate to see that. I have some really great ideas on how to make it better and get more people using it.Read more >
Why hello, everyone. So, the current bureaucrat has recently been globally disabled. So, being the next admin and second person to come to this wiki after its unusual hiatus, I have requested to adopt this wiki.
Discuss. :)01:38, January 9, 2014 (UTC)Read more >
Just wanted to briefly say hi as I'm new to this realm. The name's Hans and I was drawn by sai King years ago, since then I'm on a quest to read through all of his revelations (not even managed to read through the half of them, though). Ka is a wheel and so I think I might offer a helping hand in displaying the connections to the larger universe that sai King hid in his works. Long days and pleasant nights!Read more >
Hi. I just wanted to introduce myself. I am Matt and I am 14 years old. I don't know much about Stephen King, but Under The Dome is awesome!Read more >
I need 15 or more people to sign up for this story. This story is going to involve a kid who gets bullied to the point of no return.
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Yeah... I need to write a blog post to get this badge out of the way, so who do you think would win, Telekinetic tortured teen, Carrie White, or constantly hunted down child, Charlie McGee.
Within a week of discovering her power, Carrie was able to destroy an entire town. Meanwhile, Charlie is said to be capable of creating a nuclear explosion by the time she's in her 20s. Does Carrie hold up?Read more >
Ok In a few days I am going to ask to adopt this wiki. I can see this wiki is dead and I really want to revive it. I can see their is lots of wiki contributors without an account. Please if you edit here consistantly with out making an account please make one. So I can get to know you guys and we can help get this wiki going. I am in the process of bringing more people here to so this wiki can be in good shape.Read more >
I love his movies. His movies are made so well. I am Desmond but you can call me Des.Read more >
Hi! I'm SingingEarth from the Haven wiki!
Haven is a show on the Syfy channel that's loosely based on The Colorado Kid. In my work on the Haven wiki, I recently discovered that there are a lot of Stephen King wikis:
I recently discovered that there are a lot of Stephen King wikis:
- Stephen King
- Stephen King bloopers
- Dark Tower
- The Mist
- Under The Dome
Dreamcatcher- abandoned The Dead Zone- abandoned
And these are just the few I found looking for them. Most of these wikis don't show up in a wikia search for "Stephen King".
I'm hoping that we can link our wikis together. We could create a template linking all the King wikis and put it on our front pages. And, if we have someone technically minded, I think it's even possible to make it so that links from o…Read more >
I will now be officily leaving Stephen King Wiki to work on Real life Villains Wiki, my own sites Animal Villains and Heroes Wiki and Any Place WikiRead more >
I don't know if it's just me, but is anyone else super excited for the new play coming out by Stephen King???Read more >
A reimagining of the classic horror tale about Carrie White (Chloe Grace Moretz), a shy girl outcast by her peers and sheltered by her deeply religious mother (Julianne Moore), who unleashes telekinetic terror on her small town after being pushed too far at her senior prom.
Based on the best-selling novel by Stephen King, Carrie is directed by Kimberly Peirce with a screenplay by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa.Read more >
How can I creat a page on this wiki now? I want to creat a page on the Buick Roadmaster and I can't. This is the picture that will be in it so can someone create it and put in the following image. NO need I found it now. I was wondering where it was.Read more >
Exciting news, Stephen King fans! The novel Under the Dome has definitely been picked up by CBS! There were rumors before, but it has finally been confirmed that CBS has ordered a 13-episode series based on the novel!!
The series will be broadcasted in the summer of 2013, and the plot is as follows: Under the Dome is the story of a small New England town that is suddenly and inexplicably sealed off from the rest of the world by an enormous transparent dome. The town’s inhabitants must deal with surviving the post-apocalyptic conditions while searching for answers to what this barrier is, where it came from and if and when it will go away.
Before the show airs, CBS and Simon & Schuster will cross-promote the television series AND the book with t…Read more >
Hello all . It's great to be back. I got a block that was supposed to expire next year. And if it happens again then I will give them a piece of my mind.Read more >
Hello, i recently joined this Wiki about just two months ago. Being a fan of Stephen King, i enjoy adding articles to the site and sharing my ideas with other users on the site. As much i like the site, i do have a few complaints. One major one is the unfair point system here on the website. I find it to be extremely unfair because of how the points are given out. I have been spending quality time here and making hard efforts into writing articles based on the several novels by King, and yet it doesn't matter because any other user effortlessly can make one little tiny edit, such as adding a picture or a correcting a spelling error, and get the same amount of credit as me. It's really not fair that users who do minimal work on this site (s…Read more >
Well, first I look like to say that this is my first blog post on this wiki, so hello to any contributors reading. My name is Robinsonbecky. Have you ever noticed any similarities between Stephen King's IT, and 07th expansion's visual novel and subsequent manga and anime series Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni, or as translated out as Higurashi: When They Cry? To those unfamiliar with the premise, here's how it goes: a teenage boy named Keiichi moves to this small Japanese town called Hinamizawa and he finds out that the town has a dark secret. Each year, on the Day of the Cotton Drift, one person is brutally murdered and another is quote "spirited away by demons". And that everyday there seems to be a cycle that when they all die, they appear to be …Read more >
I was just browsing late tonight... And I came across "Stephen KIng - Uncollected Stories 2003" and WOW, what a read!!!! I was shocked to find a rare collection buried in this one - one from King's childhood - "People, Places, and Things." It's a great work! And I was so curious I googled it, and came across this site. I was a little sad that the page for the work had barely any info and seemed neglected - so I had to join and fill it in!!!
Finding out thru googling and on here that the collection itself was very rare, I felt very lucky to have a copy of it which is so complete. The stories are great shorts to browse thru and it really gives you a raw insight into Uncle Stevie (as he is called by his most devoted fans lol) as a 13 year o…
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Over the past year I have been in pre-production of my short film Strawberry Spring. I bought the rights to it through King's dollar babies program and I can't wait to start filming. We will be shooting on our campus location following this weekends halloween events and I simply am ecstatic. If none of you have ever read the original story, it was published in his collection Night Shift. Besides mixing up the story to suite our location and character needs, I have been putting my own little 'teasers' in from other Stephen King novels. I hope everyone can enjoy the finished product once we are done editing.
Untill then...stay scared.
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Just randomly posting a blog here. BOC-'Don't Fear The Reaper' One of my favorite songs opening a great movie-'The Stand'!
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It seems like just yesterday that Stephen King announced he would no longer be publishing any novels. He would still write, of course, but for himself, locking his creations away in a drawer waiting to be published posthumously. That didn't happen as we all know now, as King continues a successful writing career.
His latest, it would seem, is a sequel to his 1977 classic, The Shining. The book has famously been adapted twice for the screen, and even served as the basis for an elaborate spoof in a "Treehouse of Horror" episode of The Simpsons.
Everything we know so far about the book is at the Doctor Sleep article, so if you hear some news, please feel free to edit the page. I can't wait to see how this develops!
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Hello everyone. My name is Shane and I am the active bureaucrat at the Dark Tower wiki. We, at this site, are presumably all dark tower fans and should work together. I see the Stephen King wiki has many articles on The Dark tower. I wish to expand the Dark Tower wiki and make and articles on even the most minor of characters and events. If you are interested in making the ultimate guide to not only Stephen King(on this site), but also his magnum opus(The Dark Tower wiki) come by and help out. Cheers and happy editing.--Rhonda 18:57, April 24, 2011 (UTC)Read more >