I believe it was Kathy Bates.
no, but "it" appears later in the gunslinger series.
Stephen King is the most AMAZING horror movie/book writer ever! I have read all but 3 of his novels, and I love his short stories! He wrote "Carrie" (his first novel) and it became a movie in 1979, with a second one in 1999. From what I read, he is also a director. He wrote sleepwalkers, as well as …
No. Brewer's trial was moved to Brazos County. He is still on deal row, but trying for an appeal. John King (partner in crime of the dragging death of Mr. Byrd) also received the death penalty, but the 3rd party Mr. Berry received a life sentence. One good thing that came out of this hideous murder…
You might make the argument that King wants us to see the potential terror of seemingly innocuous, everyday objects, people, and situations. A pet cemetery, a car, a clown, an unpopular girl in high school, etc. all have the potential to become frightening.Also, he is oddly optimistic, given his dar…
Stephen King did not actually write the film; instead, the film was loosely based on his short story "The Body". This story, incidentally, was inspired by King's real life experience of seeing a friend hit and killed by a train when King was very young.If the treehouse can be said to symbolize anyth…
Because this is Intertextuality you do not have to quote an author to use intertext. All who have read it knows it is Eliot's poem that are being quoted anyway.
Stephen King's income from writing tops a reported $US84m ($173m). The title of world's richest author accents the undeniable popularity of King's fiction and places him at the forefront of popular culture."
The story has been optioned - for $19, all you Tower junkies - but has stalled in pre-pre-production. J.J. Abrams and several other filmmakers rumored, at different times, to be involved, have all firmly stated they aren't interested in making the movies. The screenplay is NOT being written, no dec…
There are two movies in which Kathy Bates appears nude. The first movie was back in 1991 just after her best actress Oscar win for "Misery". That film is "At play in the fields of the lord". The second movie is "About Schmidt", in which she earned her third Oscar nomination, best supporting actress.
Stephen King was born on September 21, 1947.
Mark David Chapman was a bit of a psycho so he asked for his
autograph and shot him in the stomach in front of his apartment in
NYC. John Winston Ono Lennon was killed by Mark David Chapman on
December 8, 1980. Nobody really knows for sure, there are several
reasons told though. One being that Mark …
well she wrote about cheese
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Answer 2Rapport is a positive or close relationship between people that often involves mutual trust, understanding and attention. Those that develop rapport often have realized that they have similar interests, values, knowledge or behaviors.
From the books I have read gross and involves weird characters but they are all amazing books!!!
AnswerStephen King is a Master of Horror and the Macabre, not all of his work is in horror, he has also written a non-fiction novel. Some of his work is classified as fiction, "The Shawshank Redem…
Because he sold them in all the wrong places, the teachers were starting to get annoyed by him, his stories, and the other students too.
expand on that.
Probably IT or CUJO
He has three homes, one in Bangor and one in Lovell, both in Maine, and a mansion in Sarasota, Florida.
a mile of grass *****actually it's a really GREAT movie...it means you are being sent to the death penalty down a long green hall way hints* the green mile
I get my ideas from everywhere. But what all of my ideas boil down
to is seeing maybe one thing, but in a lot of cases it's seeing two
things and having them come together in some new and interesting
way, and then adding the question 'What if?' 'What if' is always
the key question.
He may be working on a collection of short stories in early 2010; In mid-2010, he plans to begin a new Dark Tower novel under the working title The Wind Through the Keyhole. It will be set between the fourth and fifth books of the existing series.
CarrieCujoDifferent SeasonsNight ShiftThe StandItThe Green MilePet SemetaryDreamcatcherThe ShiningSalem's LotMiseryTommyknockersand many, many more
Stephen King writes from the gut, not the mind. Language is far less important that the story, and maddening, steadily increasing suspense/anticipation is more effective than page after page of overdescriptive gore. Try picking up his 2001 book "On Writing" - it will tell you better than anyone else…
Bag of Bones-2006
Carrie 2: The Rage-1999
Children of the Corn-1984
Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice-1993
Children of the Corn III-1994
Children of the Corn IV: 1996
Children of the Cor…
It has been circulating the web since 2005 -- possibly earlier The fie titled lifeonatrain.pps posted www.cityofalabaster.com/Sites/Alabaster/Images/Police/lifeonatrain.pps This files was created Friday, May 19, 2000 8:26:53 AM so maybe they know - it seems to be the earliest version Alabaster i…
King's e-mail is not public. According to his fan site: "Stephen has no public email address and we do not give out his personal email address. Messages can be posted on the Stephen King Message Board which Stephen does read, although not every day and he does not read every message." The site is re…
Jake Chambers is from New York, 1977 Oy, Jake's pet billly bumbler, is from the wilderness near Lud, in Mid-World Eddie Dean is from co-op city in Brooklyn in 1987 Susannah Dean is from New York, 1964 Roland, from Gilead, before the world moved on.It should be noted that in the series, the reade…
Carrie has a graphic scene in the locker room shower, involving a naive girl, frightened by her first period, going into a panic and being assaulted and mocked by her classmates. There is underage sex, violence and a lot of cursing. It's theme deals with religion in a controversial manner, the title…
King Tone is the Supreme Inca of New York City....Nobody knows if he is out of prison, but let's hope he is.
If you mean one individual book it is "The Stand", if you mean a series then it is "The Dark Tower".
This will soon change with the release of Under The Dome, his upcoming novel. As of November 10th, 2009, his longest book will be Under The Dome.
The Green Mile. Starring Tom Hanks & Michael Clarke Duncan. Written and directed by Frank Darabont. The supernatural events were caused by the Death Row inmate (referring to him as a murderer is not entirely accurate), witnessed mostly by the guards, and the story is told by the captain.
The clown calls himself Pennywise, or sometimes Robert Gray, but the force (not really a monster, just an ancient, evil energy) behind Pennywise, and all the other manifestations it takes, has no name. 'It' has existed far longer than words or names have, and can only be called "It". It isn't a pers…
Stephen King (6ft 4in) Source: Celebheights.com
stephen king is not 6 ft 4 in he is 6 ft 4.325in
Stephen King is 69 years old (birthdate: September 21, 1947).
Yes he is. Stephen King is considered the best horror writer of all
time but Dean Koontz gives him good competition.
The clown's name is Pennywise.
For the best and most complete answer, you really should read Stephen's book called "On Writing". In it he tells all about his interest in writing. But the short answer may be that he has always been interested in writing. He went to my high school in Lisbon Falls, Maine and while there he published…
the university of Maine at orono
I believe he has written 73 novels including The Green Mile series which came out as a part-work.
As of 2011, King has written and published 49 novels, including seven under the pen name Richard Bachman, five non-fiction books, and nine collections of short stories.
Yes, Stephen King has three children. He has been married to his
wife since 1971 and they have two sons and one daughter.
university of maine, orono
His first novel was published in 1974, but started at the age of 7, was inspired by his aunts horror books that he found in a box in his aunts attic.
King's best known pseudonym is Richard Bachman (used from 1977 to 1985), he did publish "The Fifth Quarter" in Cavalier Magazine using the name John Swithen in 1972. King's notes on this story, which is compiled in Nightmares And Dreamscapes, start with the statement "Bachman again" making it clear …
StephenKing.com has officially discontinued downloads of "The Plant" and has no word on when the author plans to resume the novel.
I found a copy on eBay.
No, Rose Red is NOT a real mansion, although Stephen King got the idea from a real mansion and a real woman: Sarah Winchester, and the Winchester Mystery House. It is important to note that no one has ever been killed or gone missing in the Winchester Mystery House. See the Related Links. The produ…
No there is not.
Misery in 1990 and Dolores Claibourne in 1995. She was also in The Stand. She had a small role as Rae Flowers, a radio talk show host.
I am assuming that you are meaning the instrumental song that was also played in the movie La Bamba during Richie Valens funeral. If so this is the song that you are refering to:
"Sleep Walk" is an instrumental steel guitar-based song recorded and released in 1959 by Santo & Johnny.
(Found in …
Andy pleads to the district attorney that he is innocent.Andy gets into fights with the sisters.Brooks decided whether he was to kill Heywood to have crime worth of staying in prison.Tommy has a story which says Andy is innocent, warden Norton does not want to let him tell it.Andy escapes.Red faces …
Douglas E. Winter's book about him says about 15 but its pretty old
The same letter was missing. I think it may have been an "M," but I'm not sure.
It was "N".
Fear for someone elseFear of others (paranoia)Fear of deathFear of insects (especially spiders, flies, and beetles)Fear of closed-in placesFear of ratsFear of snakesFear of deformityFear of squishy thingsFear of the dark
In the movie Carrie, Sissy Spacek played Carrie.
right around 50 were published but he also published a bunch or stories in magazines and stuff
According to Robert Grumbine http://www.radix.net/~bobg/books/banned.1.html Carrie was considered to be trash and harmful to young girls because the book has lots of violence and abuse. It may still be considered as witchcraft and has sexual scenes that is not for immature people to read.
The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon CarrieFirestarterFour Past MidnightThe Gunslinger (Dark Tower series)The Dead ZoneThe StandThe shiningitcujo1408the green mile
175+ Popular series include
Mr Tucket Saga
World of Adventure
Tales to Tickle the Funnybone
Many things. Most obviously, it is the title of a series of novels by Stephen King, as well as the title of the final novel in that series and a physical structure central to the series' narrative. More generally, it is the lynchpin of all existence, the center of not just our world, but all worlds…
Stephen King's inspiration for the Dark Tower series was the poem "Childe To Roland The Dark Tower Came"
It's a novella from the story collection called 'Four past midnight' called 'the library policemen'
Pennywise is a monster from Stephen King's novel "It" that looks like a clown.
Stephen Kin is famous for writing horror and suspense novels. Some
of his most popular novels include The Green Mile, Carrie and Pet
Stephen Hawking is famous for his work as a theoretical physicist.
He has studied the universe and has made amazing discoveries.
He has 3 children. Naomi, Joseph, and Owen King.
The Dark Tower
The Breathing Method [novella] Rage [Richard Bachman] The Long Walk [Richard Bachman] Roadwork [Richard Bachman] The Eyes Of The Dragon Insomnia The Library Policeman [novella] The Sun Dog [novella] Rose Madder The Regulators [Richard Bachman] Black House [with Peter …
It was first published in 1969 and collected in Skeleton Crew in 1985.
l little more than 50
There is no production information but we can only hope to see Roland on screen soon.
Michael Crichton wrote 30 books. 4 were non-fiction. 26 were fiction. Of the 26 fiction books, 8 were as John Lange, 1 as Jeffery Hudson, 1 as Michael Douglas, and 1 was posthumous.
The Green Mile.
if I knew why woould i be looking it uo...?peace out!
He's still alive
I don't know what this is supposed to mean.
The book version of the Stand is definitely not appropriate for children. There are quite graphic scenes both sexual and violent in nature.
I haven't read IT myself, but I would guess that it is the same. I can only think of two of Stephen King's works that would come even close to being appropriat…
Rose Red, Dreamcatcher,
Diary Of The Dead (2007) (voice) - Newsreader
Gothan Cafe (2005) - Mr. Ring
Kingdom Hospital (2004) - Johnny B. Goode
Rose Red (2002) - Pizza Delivery Guy
Frasier (2000) (voice) - Brian [episode titled "Mary Christmas"]
Storm Of The Century (1999) - Lawyer In Ad / Repo…
Fried Green Tomatoes (1991). [The movie has nothing to do with Stephen King.]
NO! of course not!
Andy tells Red if he is paroled or escapes, he would like visit Zihuatanejo, Mexico. They don't actually agree to meet there. Red goes there because of what he finds in the box in the field. In the novella, Rita Heyworth and Shawshank Redemption, Andy and Red never see each other after Andy's escape…
Pennywise, but he is sometimes referred to as Robert Gray.
The incredible horror writer Stephen King has written over 100
short stories. Some titles include "Trucks", "One for the Road",
"It Grows on You", and "Graveyard Shift".
Andy was the only one who escaped. Red was paroled. The two got together in Mexico.In the novella, Rita Heyworth and Shawshank Redemption, they do not see each other again after Andy's escape.
There is no Rose Red mansion. It does not exist, nor did it ever exist. It was purported to be a true story, but it was a hoax, just like with The Blair Witch Project, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Paranormal Activity, and others. However, Stephen King got the idea from Sarah Winchester and the Winch…
"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy"
Stephen King does not have a public email. However, a person can
join his website and write on his message board. A person can also
send fanmail to his publishing company.
Cujo was supposed to have been a Saint Bernard. In reality though, the Saint Bernard breed is usually extremely gentle, friendly and very tolerant of children. They're slow moving, patient, obedient, extremely loyal, eager and willing to please. **In response to your answer, Cujo was all those thing…
I heard that a Hollywood budget remake is in the works, so it won't be a scifi original movie.
Quite simply, in the book, after you read it. WikiAnswers will not provide homework answers for you.
Stephen King was never killed, he is still alive and is 62 year old. In your question, you only put 'stephen' and not 'Stephen King' so you may be thinking of another Stephen so try typing your question differently and maybe you will get a better answer :)
Some of his best known books are The Stand, IT, The Dark Tower Series and The Shining. However picking out his most famous book is a difficult task.
1960 - People, Places, And Things - Volume 1 (limited edition with Chris Chelsey)
1964 - The Star Invaders (limited edition)
1974 - Carrie
1975 - Salem's Lot
1977 - The Shining
1978 - Night Shift (stories)
1978 - The Stand
1979 - The Dead Zone
1980 - Firestarter
1981 - Cujo
1981 - Danse Macabre (n…