Stephen King est en poromo en ce moment pour la sortie du film the Mist (Brume), adapté d'une de ses novellas.
Voici ses propos lors d'une conf de presse :
Master horror author Stephen King told SCI FI Wire that he's matured and mellowed as a writer over the years. The legendary author made his comments during a press conference in New York over the weekend to promote The Mist, the movie version of his best-selling novella, from writer-director Frank Darabont.
"The first thing that crossed my mind when you said, 'How has my writing evolved?' ... I probably know 2,000 or 3,000 more words than I did when I was 24," King said, laughing, in response to a SCI FI Wire question. "So my vocabulary has improved a little bit. [But] no. No, I'm not as angry as I used to be, because I'm not 25 anymore. I'm 60. And that'll kick your ass every time."
The Mist centers on a group of panicked people trapped in a supermarket after a mysterious and creature-laden mist rolls into their small town.
"There's an Elvis Costello song that says, 'I used to be angry, now I'm just amused,' or something like that," King said. "I'm not amused. There's a little more despair in some of the works than there used to be. In that sense, The Mist is actually a fairly mature work in that it's even darker than some of the other stuff. I'm still just trying to tell good stories and find a way to do that and not repeat myself and not fall into a rut, and to find new ways to do things. I guess that's it." The Mist rolls into theaters on Nov. 21.
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