Media based on Stephen King works


Media based on Stephen King works

This is a list of media based on work by Stephen King (including the Richard Bachman titles). Note that the sequels are not based on Stephen King's work, except Creepshow 2 and the remakes.

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Theatrical releases

Television

Distribution rights

A number of the above filmed works have distribution rights (TV, video, sometimes theatrical) owned either by CBS Studios[disambiguation needed ]/Paramount Pictures, Lionsgate, and/or Warner Bros. Entertainment.

For example, Lionsgate owns US distribution rights to Rose Red, Storm of the Century, and Desperation; while WB has international rights. CBS owns The Stand and the other adaptations produced by Laurel Entertainment.

Comic books

Night Shift

Creepshow

The Dark Tower

The Stand

The Talisman

  • 2009 The Talisman [3] (based on the novel The Talisman, published by Marvel Comics)

N.

  • 2010 N. In March 2010, Marvel published the first issue of a comic book adaptation of N., a limited series of four issues.

Stage

References


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