Show Business: Giving Hollywood the Chills

Stephen King's scary bestsellers become hot film properties

Across the land, a mysterious fever has gripped the film making community.

In North Carolina, a movie crew builds an entire replica of an elaborate 250-year-old Southern mansion—and proceeds to burn it to the ground. Bands of talent scouts comb through used-car lots from Montana to Kentucky in search of their newest star-to-be: a 1958 Plymouth Fury.

Meanwhile, back in Hollywood, producers feel driven to offer huge sums of money to an ex-English teacher from Maine whose novels have an uncanny knack for winding up high on the bestseller list.

The plot for Stephen King's next excursion...

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