Cavalier (magazine)

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During the 1960s, the magazine featured such writers as Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Robert Coover, Leonard Feather, Bruce Jay Friedman, Richard Gehman, Nat Hentoff, John Clellon Holmes, William Bradford Huie, Garson Kanin, Stephen King, Paul Krassner, John D. MacDonald, Alberto Moravia, Thomas Pynchon, Robert Shelton, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Theodore Sturgeon, William Tenn, and Colin Wilson. Some stories were reprints, such as Roald Dahl's "Man from the South" in the June 1960 issue. Film critic Manny Farber had a monthly column in the 1960s. Stephen King was a contributor during the 1970s, and his stories were also featured in Cavalier Yearbook.

Maximum Overdrive

Stephen King (cameo) as ATM man. "Killdozer!" (story). List of American films of 1986. Trucks, another adaptation of King's story.

The Golden Compass (film)

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New Line Cinema commissioned Hossein Amini to write a screenplay based on the second book in the trilogy, The Subtle Knife, potentially for release in 2010 or 2011, with the third book of the trilogy, The Amber Spyglass, to follow. However, New Line president Toby Emmerich stressed that production of the second and third films was dependent on the financial success of The Golden Compass. When The Golden Compass did not meet expectations at the United States box office, the likelihood of a sequel was downplayed by New Line.

Richard Chizmar

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Some of their produced screenplays include 2006's Road House 2 (based on the story by Miles Chapman) and Showtime's Masters of Horror presentation of The Washingtonians (based on Bentley Little's story) from 2007. They also wrote the screenplay for 2009's film From a Buick 8 based on Stephen King's novel.

Rock Bottom Remainders

The Rock Bottom Remainders
Dave Barry, Tad Bartimus, Roy Blount Jr., Michael Dorris, Robert Fulghum, Kathi Goldmark, Matt Groening, Stephen King, Barbara Kingsolver, Al Kooper, Greil Marcus, Dave Marsh, Ridley Pearson, Joel Selvin and Amy Tan, Mid-Life Confidential: The Rock Bottom Remainders Tour America with Three Chords and an Attitude, 1994, with photographs by Tabitha King. Mitch Albom, Dave Barry, Sam Barry, Roy Blount Jr., Matt Groening, Greg Iles, Stephen King, James McBride, Roger McGuinn, Ridley Pearson, Amy Tan, and Scott Turow, Hard Listening: The Greatest Rock Band Ever (Of Authors) Tells All, 2013.

Who Made Who

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Who Made Who is a soundtrack album by Australian band AC/DC, released May 24, 1986 as the soundtrack to the Stephen King film Maximum Overdrive. It was re-released in 2003 as part of the AC/DC Remasters series. Three tracks on the album – "Who Made Who" and the instrumentals "D.T." and "Chase the Ace" – were newly written and recorded by AC/DC in the Bahamas with George Young and Harry Vanda, who had produced all of the band's LP's from 1975 to 1978. The rest were taken from the band's previous albums. Only one song, "Ride On", is from the Bon Scott era; all of the others feature Brian Johnson.

Cemetery Dance Publications

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It: The 25th Anniversary Edition (signed limited edition) by Stephen King (December, 2011). Full Dark, No Stars (signed limited edition) by Stephen King (December, 2010). Blockade Billy by Stephen King (an original novella first printed by Cemetery Dance Publications) (April, 2010) ISBN: 978-1-58767-228-6. The Secretary of Dreams: Volume 1 (and Volume 2) by Stephen King and illustrated by Glenn Chadbourne (2006) ISBN: 1-58767-140-9 (Volume II's ISBN: 978-1-58767-185-2). From a Buick 8 (signed limited edition) by Stephen King (2002) ISBN: 1-58767-061-5. The Dark Man: An Illustrated Poem by Stephen King and illustrated by Glenn Chadbourne (2013) ISBN: 978-1-58767-421-1.

2003 in film

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Cold Creek Manor, starring Dennis Quaid, Sharon Stone, Stephen Dorff, Juliette Lewis, Kristen Stewart. Cold Mountain, directed by Anthony Minghella, starring Jude Law, Nicole Kidman, Renée Zellweger. The Company, directed by Robert Altman, starring Neve Campbell. Confidence, starring Dustin Hoffman, Rachel Weisz, Edward Burns, Andy García. The Cooler, starring William H. Macy, Maria Bello, Alec Baldwin. The Core, starring Hilary Swank, Aaron Eckhart, DJ Qualls. The Corporation – (Canada). Cowards Bend the Knee – (Canada). Cradle 2 the Grave, starring Jet Li and DMX. Crimson Gold (Talaye Sorkh), directed by Jafar Panahi – (Iran).

The Dark Tower (series)

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Robin Furth has published the two-volume Stephen King's The Dark Tower: A Concordance, an encyclopedia-style companion to the series that she originally wrote for King's personal use. Bev Vincent has published The Road to The Dark Tower: Exploring Stephen King's Magnum Opus, a book containing back story, summary and analysis and The Dark Tower Companion, which includes interviews and coverage of the Marvel graphic novels. Stephen King has endorsed these books. Charlie the Choo-Choo is a "children's book" by Stephen King released in 2016, published under the pseudonym Beryl Evans. It is adapted from a section of King's previous novel The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands.

Pet Sematary (song)

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The song, originally written for the Stephen King movie adaptation of the same name, became one of the Ramones' biggest radio hits and a staple in their concerts during the 1990s. King is a huge Ramones fan and invited the band to his Bangor, Maine home as they played in New England. During the visit, he handed Dee Dee Ramone a copy of the Pet Sematary novel, and the bassist retreated to the basement. One hour later, he showed up with the lyrics to "Pet Sematary". Shortly afterwards, drummer Marky Ramone said that Dee Dee's attitude that day showed he could achieve his plans to leave the band and attempt a career at hip hop music.

Hampden Academy

Stephen King, author (King was an English teacher at Hampden Academy). Frederick Low, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives in California and later governor of California. Tanya Ryno (1988), producer, director. Jim Spohrer (1974), computer programmer. Charles Stetson, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Maine's 6th district. Michael Thibodeau (1984), State Senate President.

2002 in film

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The year 2002 in film saw the release of significant sequels take place between The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, Men in Black II, Analyze That, Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams, Stuart Little 2 and Blade II. The year also saw the 3rd installment Austin Powers in Goldmember and the 10th installment Star Trek: Nemesis. Paramount Pictures celebrated its 90th anniversary in 2002 2002 was the first year to see three films cross the eight-hundred-million-dollar milestone, surpassing the previous year's record of two eight-hundred-million-dollar films.

Text figures

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In the most common scheme, 0, 1, and 2 are of x-height, having neither ascenders nor descenders; 6 and 8 have ascenders; and 3, 4, 5, 7, and 9 have descenders. Other schemes exist; for example, the types cut by the Didot family of punchcutters and typographers in France between the late 18th and early 19th centuries typically had an ascending 3 and 5, a form preserved in some later French typefaces. A few other typefaces used different arrangements. Sometimes the stress of the 0 is made different from a letter o in some way, although many fonts do not do this.

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

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It is the last instalment in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, following The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) and The Two Towers (2002), preceding The Hobbit film trilogy (2012–14). Released on 17 December 2003, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King became one of the most critically and commercially successful films of all time, and is considered one of the greatest films ever made. It was the second film to gross $1 billion worldwide ($1.12 billion), becoming the highest-grossing film released by New Line Cinema, as well as the biggest financial success for Time Warner in general at the time.

Gwendy's Button Box

Gwendy's Button Box is a novella written by Stephen King and Richard Chizmar. It was announced by Entertainment Weekly on February 28, 2017. .The American edition published by Cemetery Dance included illustrations by Keith Minnion. The French edition released by Le Livre de Poche in september 2018, reproduced those illustrations with brand new ones by the same artist. The story takes place in King's fictional town of Castle Rock in 1974. Twelve-year-old Gwendy Peterson encounters a stranger in dark clothes and a black hat who invites her to "palaver". "I had a story I couldn't finish, and [Chizmar] showed me the way home with style and panache," King said in a statement.

Misery (novel)

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She refuses to take Paul to the hospital despite his having two severely broken legs, nursing Paul herself using her stockpiled food and illicit stash of codeine-based painkillers, which he quickly becomes addicted to. When Annie finally reads Misery's Child, the last book in the Misery series, Annie learns that Paul has killed protagonist Misery Chastain off. She falls into a rage, leaving Paul alone in her house for over two days, sending him into withdrawal and a semi-comatose state.

The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla

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Wolves of the Calla is a fantasy novel by American writer Stephen King, the fifth book in his The Dark Tower series. This book continues the story of Roland Deschain, Eddie Dean, Susannah Dean, Jake Chambers, and Oy as they make their way toward the Dark Tower. The subtitle of this novel is Resistance. Prior to the novel's publication, two excerpts were published: "Calla Bryn Sturgis" was published in 2001 on Stephen King's official site, and "The Tale of Gray Dick" was published in 2003 in McSweeney's Mammoth Treasury of Thrilling Tales. Both excerpts were incorporated in revised form into the novel. Wolves of the Calla was nominated for the Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel in 2004.

Dreamcatcher (novel)

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Dreamcatcher (2001) is a novel by American writer Stephen King, featuring elements of body horror, suspense and alien invasion. The book, written in cursive, helped the author recuperate from a 1999 car accident, and was completed in half a year. According to the author in his afterword, the working title was Cancer. His wife, Tabitha King, persuaded him to change the title. A film adaptation was released in 2003. In 2014, King told Rolling Stone that "I don't like Dreamcatcher very much," and stated that the book was written under the influence of Oxycontin.


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The pair also dates to the No. 2, and the pairs were used on some keyboards (others, including the No. 2, did not shift (comma) or (full stop) so they could be used in uppercase without unshifting). However, ASCII split the pair (dating to No. 2), and rearranged mathematical symbols (varied conventions, commonly ) to. Some common characters were not included, notably, while were included as diacritics for international use, and for mathematical use, together with the simple line characters (in addition to common ).

American Vampire

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The first five issues featured two stories—one by Snyder and the other by Stephen King, both drawn by Rafael Albuquerque. As of the sixth issue, Scott Snyder has taken over as sole writer. American Vampire has spun off two mini-series. The first, "Survival of the Fittest", illustrated by Sean Murphy focuses on the cases files of the V.M.S., the vampire hunting organization of the series. The second, "Lord of Nightmares", illustrated by Dustin Nguyen further focuses on the mythology presented by Survival of the Fittest.

Lisbon Falls High School

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*Stephen King, author The school appears in the Stephen King novel 11/22/63 as the school at which the main character, Jake Epping, is a teacher. *National Register of Historic Places listings in Androscoggin County, Maine

Epistolary novel

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The Anderson Tapes (1969, 1970) by Lawrence Sanders is a novel primarily consisting of transcripts of tape recordings. 84, Charing Cross Road (1970) is not a novel but a true account by Helene Hanff written in epistolary form as an exchange of letters between the writer in New York City and a bookseller in London over the course of two decades. Stephen King's novel Carrie (1974) is written in an epistolary structure through newspaper clippings, magazine articles, letters, and book excerpts. In John Barth's epistolary work Letters (1979), the author interacts with characters from his other novels. Alice Walker employed the epistolary form in The Color Purple (1982).


Semi Pro
Semi-Pro is a 2008 American sports comedy film from New Line Cinema. The film was directed by Kent Alterman and stars Will Ferrell, Woody Harrelson, André Benjamin and Maura Tierney. The film was shot in Los Angeles near Dodger Stadium (in the gym of the Los Angeles City Fire Department Training Center), in Detroit, and in Flint, Michigan. Released in theaters on February 29, 2008 and released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on June 3, 2008, it was the last film from New Line Cinema before they merged with Warner Bros.

I Know What You Need

Knowing that his magic will always keep a (somewhat small) emotional hold on her, Elizabeth crushes his voodoo doll of her, destroying the small amount of pity she still feels for him. * Stephen King short fiction bibliography * Stephen King Short Movies Trailer Shawn S. Lealos directed a short dollar baby film based on this story under Starving Dogs Productions. One of the books Ed has is the Necronomicon from the Cthulhu Mythos. The setting of the story is 1973 to 1974, as the 1973 oil crisis and The Godfather are mentioned.