Stephen King Might Write Two Episodes for The Walking Dead

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Stephen King is in talks to write two episodes for the upcoming season of The Walking Dead.  According to the Hollywood Reporter, Laurie Holden let slip at C2E2 in Chicago that King was in negotiations to pen two episodes for Frank Darabont’s show on AMC.  Darabont has a history with King already, having succesfully adapted three of his books (The Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile, The Mist) into critically acclaimed films.  King has been vocal in his support of Darabont’s interpretation of his work and it seems that King is repaying him the favor.

Holden, who plays Andrea on the show, didn’t reveal any further details.  As long as it keeps King off the pages of Entertainment Weekly, it is a good thing.

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  1. Peter says

    As long as it keeps King off the pages of Entertainment Weekly? A weird thing to write and a weird way to end your “article” which has this error: Two episodes. King may write just ONE episode and possibly in collaboration with his son, Joe. Not two. And it’s not yet decided upon yet. Go check the rest of Cyberspace for more clear facts! Second: King’s columns in EW may not have been your cup of tea, but for me and all the rest of his legions of fans, they were great and entertaining. You are entitled to feel otherwise, but when you post something like this – end it this way – one would rather want an explanation to why you don’t want to see King in EW. Otherwise you’re making a jack-ass of yourself like those who moan – very childish – about King’s remarks about the Twilight/New Moon dreck.

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