CBS has released both in-story and behind-the-scenes footage of the stars and creators of Under The Dome, the 13-week summer event based on Stephen King’s sci-fi thriller. The series, adapted by Brian K. Vaughan, premieres June 24.
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Under the Dome writer Brian K. Vaughan, producers Neal Baer and Jack Bender and stars Dean Norris and Rachelle Lefevre spoke to a WonderCon crowd about bringing Stephen King’s sci-fi thriller to television.
Brian K. Vaughan’s adaptation of Stephen King’s novel Under the Dome scored a brief teaser during the Super Bowl, with viewers told to, “say goodbye to the outside world.”
CSI: NY alum Natalie Martinez and newcomer Alex Koch.have joined the cast of CBS’s Under the Dome, the Brian K. Vaughan-written adaptation of the Stephen King novel.
Colin Ford, best known for Supernatural and We Bought a Zoo, has joined the cast of CBS’s Under the Dome, the Brian K. Vaughan adaptation of the sci-fi thriller by Stephen King.
New Line Cinema has hired Dan Trachtenberg, a commercials director who gained attention for his live-action fan short based on the video game Portal, to helm the recently revived adaptation of Y: The Last Man.
CBS has ordered straight to series a 13-episode adaptation of Stephen King’s 2009 novel Under the Dome from Amblin Entertainment and comics writer Brian K. Vaughan, set to air next summer.
Less than six months after New Line Cinema revived the long-stalled Y: The Last Man, the studio is reportedly making the long-stalled adaptation of the acclaimed Vertigo comic by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra a priority.
New Line Cinema is in final negotiations with Human Target writers Matthew Federman and Stephen Scaia to pen Y: The Last Man, the long stalled adaptation of the acclaimed comic series by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra.
Acclaimed comics writer and former Lost scribe Brian K. Vaughan has been hired to adapt Stephen King’s sci-fi thriller Under the Dome as a drama series for Showtime.
Award-winning comics creator Brian K. Vaughan, who spent three years writing for Lost, is developing a high-concept drama with Sam Raimi’s Stars Road Entertainment about a documentary crew that follows working-class heroes who exterminate alien threats in deep space.