You Can Never Get Enough Stephen King

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Two new Stephen King works are being turned into screen adaptations.

According to the Bangor Daily News, “Sleeping Beauties,” a novel co-written by King and his son, Owen King 2 years ago, will be developed into a TV series by AMC.

Rest Stop,’ a short story written by Stephen King in a 2003 issue in Esquire, will be adapted into a film.

The Maine author recent adaptations include a movie of “The Talisman” and a TV adaptation of “The Stand.” A new version of “Pet Sematary” is curently in theaters.

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