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CASTLE ROCK: ‘Past Perfect’ Photos

August 28, 2018 by  
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After last week’s gut-wrenching episode, CASTLE ROCK is back this week…with more insanity.

In “Past Perfect,” a couple of newbies arrive in town. And, frankly, they are creepy, creepy, creepy.

Check out some photos from the hour…

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Castle Rock -- "Past Perfect" - Episode 108 - Newcomers set up shop in Castle Rock, Henry follows a clue. Shown: Mark Harelick (Photo by: Dana Starbard/Hulu)

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CASTLE ROCK: Melanie Lynskey on Molly’s Secrets

July 31, 2018 by  
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CASTLE ROCK — “Habeas Corpus” – Episode 102 – Henry gets a new client at Shawshank Prison. Molly Strand (Melanie Lynskey) shown. (Photo by: Seacia Pavao/Hulu)

[Warning: Light spoilers for the first three episodes of CASTLE ROCK.]

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CASTLE ROCK: Sam Shaw and Dustin Thomason on the Draw of Small Town Stories, Stephen King’s Blessing

July 27, 2018 by  
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CASTLE — Andre Holland and Sissy Spacek. (Credit: Patrick Harbron/Hulu)

Long before writers Sam Shaw and Dustin Thomason co-created Hulu’s new drama CASTLE ROCK, they fell in love with Stephen King-like stories. (Their new series is set in the King multiverse, as they revisit what is going on now in the fictional town of Castle Rock.)

“I’ve always loved—I think we both have—stories of strange happenings in small towns,” Shaw shared with reporters in the video below. (Shaw is also a huge TWIN PEAKS fan who went viral after he wore a one-of-a-kind jacket to that show’s revival premiere.) “And just stories about secrets that lurk behind picket fences. In this case, the picket fence has been gone for a long time in Castle Rock…to a certain extent, I think we’ve always been obsessed with stories about the dysfunction of small towns.” Read more

CASTLE ROCK: Bill Skarsgård on Diving Back into the Stephen King Universe

July 24, 2018 by  
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Castle Rock — Bill Skarsgård, shown. (Photo by: Patrick Harbron/Hulu)

Bill Skarsgård made a splash when he played Pennywise in 2017’s film adaptation of Stephen King’s IT, and he didn’t stray far in the aftermath. Skarsgård plays a vital—and mysterious—role in Hulu’s CASTLE ROCK, an original drama based on the terrifying town that played a key role in many of King’s stories.

But understandably, Skarsgård was initially a bit hesitant about signing on to another King project so close to IT. “I was a little bit reluctant to [join the show]—everything was very secretive about this project,” Skarsgård told reporters before the show’s Comic-Con panel. “I was reluctant because I was like, I had just done something in that world, and I don’t know how that interferes with that IT narrative. But as soon as they allowed me to read the pilot, that all changed. I fell in love with the show; I thought it was an amazingly strong pilot. I met Sam [Shaw] and Dusty [Thomason], the writers, and just loved those guys, so at that point it was, ‘I’m in. I really want to do this.'”

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CASTLE ROCK: Hulu Sets a July Premiere for the Stephen King-Inspired Series

May 2, 2018 by  
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Welcome to CASTLE ROCK, the creepiest town in the world.

The new Hulu series (developed by Sam Shaw and Dustin Thomason), set in the Stephen King multiverse, will premiere its first three episodes on Wednesday, July 25, the streaming platform announced. (Subsequent episodes will launch every week.)

Castle Rock, the fictional Maine town which has been a steady presence in King’s stories, has seen oddities ranging from a rabid dog (“Cujo”) to a shop that mysteriously has what the customer needs (“Needful Things”). In Hulu’s take, CASTLE ROCK tells an original story, but leans into the area’s spookiness—and incorporates the infamous Shawshank prison.

The show stars André Holland, Melanie Lynskey, Sissy Spacek, Bill Skarsgård, Jane Levy and Scott Glenn. J.J. Abrams—who previously worked with Hulu and King on the adaptation of 11/22/63—is an executive producer on the show.

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