King is prevalent on Twitter and has made no secret of his dislike of President Donald Trump, much to the annoyance of Trump fans America-wide.
The latest spat ended with the POTUS blocking King on Twitter for his negative comments, and King responded with a block of his own…
In response to the author’s blocking of Trump from seeing IT or Mr. Mercedes, fans of the US president took to Reddit to show their displeasure. In an attempt to boycott the remake of Stephen King’s IT an ardent Trump fan urged others to boycott the movie in hopes of dwindling box office numbers and an eventual ‘flop’ of the new movie.
Unfortunately for those calling for a boycott Stephen King’s IT is set to be the largest September movie debut, and the largest opening weekend ever for a horror movie.
Stephen King continues to be a very vocal critic of Donald Trump so it seems even the threat of a boycott did not dampen his spirits.
His last Doctor Who episode was aired in 2013; much to Gaiman’s chagrin his plans to write episode for the twelfth Doctor, Peter Capaldi, never came to fruition. Timing and other commitments (namely Good Omens) meant he had no time for Doctor Who.
The lifelong Whovian spoke to Digital Spy: “If you examine my DNA and you go in deep enough, with a good enough microscope, you’re gonna see a TARDIS, with a little light blinking on the top!”
Sir VS Naipaul had been in ill health for a while and published his final work, the nonfiction The Masque of Africa: Glimpses of African Belief in 2010. Today the literary world is in shock. Here are some of the tributes on Twitter today.
Anyone who visits the Bookends Bookstore in Cardigan between now and the end of August and spends £20 or more will have their name put into Paul’s famous top hat (Paul is a big fan of the Steampunk genre), and in September one lucky winner will be drawn to win the entire lot!