Nick Castle

Nick Castle
Son of Hollywood choreographer Nick Castle Sr. , this writer-director has crafted a variety of mainstream entertainments for film and TV. Castle's most memorable works include his sly screenplay for John Carpenter's "Escape from New York" (1983), his own "The Boy Who Could Fly" (1986), a slightly flawed, but well-intentioned "small movie", and his old-fashioned homage to black dancers, "Tap"...

Stephen King

Stephen King
With sales of over 300 million copies of more than 70 books, plus dozens of stories adapted for film and television, Stephen King was the dominant American storyteller for over 25 years. While King wrote in a wide variety of genres, from the coming-of-age short story <i>The Body</i> (1982) to the psychological thriller <i>Misery</i> (1987), King was most closely associated...