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.
Since the announcement, it has been revealed that Amazon spent a quarter of a billion dollars for the rights alone, and that’s not considering how much it will cost to create the series itself. There have also been reports that Peter Jackson has been in talks with the company about being involved the ambitious show. Read More
Today we hear more about the diary, giving further insights into Anne Frank’s character as researchers uncover several more pages that were originally stuck together. Read More
Born Thomas Kennerly Wolfe Jr. on 2nd March 1930 in Richmond Virginia, Tom Wolfe showed his love for writing early, as editor of the school newspaper. After graduating in 1947, Wolfe turned down an offer for Princeton University and instead attented Washington and Lee University where he was a member of the Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity. During his time at university he majored in English, was sports editor of the university newspaper and helped to found a literary magazine, Shenandoah giving him plenty of opportunity to practice his writing and journalistic skills. Read More
The last season ended in December of last year and season 5 is set to air sometime next year. If you can’t bear to wait that long then hopefully a stay at The Garrison, a Peaky Blinders themed hotel in Birmingham, will help tide you over. Read More
The Pulitzer Prize winning author has since taken responsibility for his actions and, as the BBC reports, he has apparently welcomed Pulitzer’s investigation and will cooperate with it in full. Just last month, Díaz penned an article for The New Yorker magazine, which revealed that he was raped as a child. He has also issued a statement in response to Ms. Clemmons’s allegations, saying: Read More
Deadline reports that Hulu is currently finalising a deal for an eight-episode limited series from Paramount television, bringing Miles ‘Pudge’ Halter and Alaska Young to life on the screen.