Stephen King

With the mystery surrounding the gruesome murder of an 11-year-old boy, Stephen King's new novel 'The Outsider' is poised to be the summer's spookiest read
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The final book in King's Bill Hodges trilogy hits shelves June 7.
Stephen King recounts his favorite books that he read in 2012
Stephen King gives his take on TV he's watched this year
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A passage from Stephen King's upcoming novel -- for EW readers' eyes only
The prolific author shares the works he'll be leafing through this season
'11/22/63'
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A passage from Stephen King's upcoming novel -- for EW readers' eyes only
The prolific author shares the works he'll be leafing through this season
Here are the books he admired most in 2010...even if they happened not to be published last year
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From ''Dexter'' to ''The Walking Dead'' to ''Friday Night Lights'' -- EW's pop culture columnist names his faves
Zombies, bikers, bootlegging mobsters, and the good people of Dillon, Tex., all made this year's tube terrific.
EW pop culture columnist's faves: Computer nerds, a mutant baby, and Leonardo DiCaprio all made the cut
Movies starring computer nerds, a mutant baby, and Leonardo DiCaprio all made the cut.
''Who Is Harry Nilsson (And Why is Everybody Talkin' About Him?)'' tells the tale of a little-known pop music legend
''Brown Eyed Girl,'' ''Subterranean Homesick Blues,'' and other great songs that take you higher and higher
EW's columnist likes Eminem and ''Inception,'' but he can't stand ''The A-Team'' or Katy Perry
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Stephen King on the radio host and the imprisoned starlet
Stieg Larsson, Justin Cronin, and Joshua Ferris are some of the author's on our columnist's bookshelf
Stephen King on Bruce Willis, the only man who can stop the oil spill
Stephen King on ShoeDini
EW's columnist likes e-readers, but doesn't think anything will ever replace books
EW's columnist talks about why it's hard to love movies and also love the Oscars
The EW columnist likes Jay Leno personally, but thinks the end of the NBC's 10 p.m. experiment is good for the future of television