Many King's novels got an TV or an movie adaptation
The 20 September 2017, a movie adaptation of "It" came out
It's one of King’s most popular books. A mini-serie also came out in 1990.
It's the story of an evil clown named Pennywise, who makes scary murders every 27 years.
The trailer hit a record: 190 millions of views in 24 hours
The Mist is a novel of Stephen King. It was wrote in 1980
The Mist was adapted into a film in 2007
Later, it has been adapted into a TV series. The 25 August 2017, ten episodes are available on Netflix.
There is a few new characters, and a new storyline
The Dark Tower is a TV series. It's an adaptation of The Mist and the movie "It"
It's a sequel to The Dark Tower series written between 1970 and 2012. It's also King's magnum opus
It's the story of Roland Deschain, who is the Mid-World’s last gunslinger. He is travelling across a post-apocalyptic landscape, searching for the Dark Tower
He was born the 21 september 1947
He was the secont son of the King family, along with his brother David
He spent time in Indiana and Connecticut, before going back at Maine when he was eleven years old
Spring 1973. Doubleday & Co. accepted his first novel Carrie for publication.
It was so successful that he quit his teacher job and he started writing full-time
He published four books under the name of Richard Bachman, because at the time publishers allowed only one pook per year per author
The book: "Thinnier", by Bachman, sold 10x more when people discovered that King wrote it
As his fiftieht year as an published author, King has 56 novels to his name, and most of them are best-sellers
He first wrote for his school government
In 1967, while he was in his university, he wrote his first short story, called "The Glass Floor"
He graduated with a degree in English, in 1970
Since he didn't get a teacher job, he was working at the laundry until 1971
He finally got a job as an English teacher in the Hampden Academy in 1971
He also married Tabitha Spruce in 1971
They had three sons : Naomi, Joe, and Owen