Stephen King on "The Outsider" and where he gets his story ideas

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Stephen King, the so-called "king of horror," has published more than 50 best-selling titles over the past 44 years. His latest, "The Outsider," explores the idea of being in two places at the same time. King joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what sparked the idea for his new novel and the themes he explores in it.
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22 mai 2018

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Patrick McCutcheon
Patrick McCutcheon Il y a 5 jours
I've only read a little of this book so far, but does it remind anybody else of his book The Dark Half?
Michael Allen
Michael Allen Il y a 7 jours
Charlie Rose, anyone? Everyone has these type of thoughts, King simply pursues the idea to answer (or not) questions about human nature in literary form. .
Manahil rose
Manahil rose Il y a 14 jours
Rl stine and stephen king should write a book together
gth1234890 Il y a 22 jours
Gail is annoying
Ham Hill
Ham Hill Il y a mois
Is it me or does Stephen King looks like Bob Lazar?
Peaceful Dusk
Peaceful Dusk Il y a 21 jour
I could see that...
Spiro Nikita Ielivitch
Langoliers is the best..
wolfgirl Il y a mois
I don’t know how, but I want Stephen king and Neil Gaiman work together!
Aranza suarez
Aranza suarez Il y a 2 mois
Karl Straughan
Karl Straughan Il y a 2 mois
What a stupid open question. Let's all go home. But I read The Outsider and sad but I couldn't finish it. The TommyKnockers was his best for me.
Ale Oro
Ale Oro Il y a 2 mois
John Lee
John Lee Il y a 2 mois
Why do CBS always ask him the same questions? Every interview
Anthony Rodriguex
Anthony Rodriguex Il y a 2 mois
There’s too many victims of society who will never be retributed in order for Professor King to ever have to stop clacking at the black typewriter after all the very non identification of the specific perpetrators in sufferers of the felonies is all the more reason to come up with psychological excuses for the supernatural in that non clear part of the mind when trauma started and the bad dreams don’t really stop .
Leon Khunane Madihlaba
Zodiac killer wasn't found perhaps they should start looking at his direction. It's just a suggestion.
Brian Umsteadt
Brian Umsteadt Il y a 3 mois
Oddly enough, one of his books that really frightened me was Gerald's Game. I didn't find It scary so much as I did disturbing. A lot of his other books I find more sad than anything, especially the early ones: Carrie, The Shining, Firestarter, Cujo, Bag of Bones, and Pet Semetary. Those books were tragic - especially Cujo.
Eric Borders
Eric Borders Il y a 3 mois
The best that ever did it
Jens K
Jens K Il y a 3 mois
So kinda like the Russian collusion story according to the leftist media?
a lunar moon and stars
3:37 not only is he the KING of horror he's the king of fitness too
a lunar moon and stars
This woman needs to read, she's calling him the so called king of horror
Nailgut101 Il y a 4 mois
If I were to pick a favorite book from him, id pick Cujo
Gino Benavides
Gino Benavides Il y a 4 mois
What he never mentioned though is that the Sam Pebbles character was based on himself.
Anthony Prince
Anthony Prince Il y a 4 mois
Who from Winder Georgia. This filming taken place
PewDiePie 2 /Shorts
PewDiePie 2 /Shorts Il y a 4 mois
Joseph Greenhorn
Joseph Greenhorn Il y a 4 mois
i really liked Sleeping Beauties
Dudensky Il y a 4 mois
It's all about identity theft. Case closed. Not that good of a crime story, mr. King. I expected more.
Wiz Ahmad
Wiz Ahmad Il y a 4 mois
It is liking and living in the literature world. He enjoys his writing career a lot.
Alan Scouser
Alan Scouser Il y a 5 mois
As a published horror writer myself, I salute this man. He is an absolute genius at what he does.
Brian Shawkey
Brian Shawkey Il y a 5 mois
He's always so interesting to listen to. Seems like such a friendly man!
Songo Songiewicz
Songo Songiewicz Il y a 5 mois
white dress lady, so hot body
Wes McGee
Wes McGee Il y a 5 mois
I pretty much stopped reading him years ago after the Dark Tower. I've sporadically read one or two but ceased to be impressed, irrespective of his extreme leftist beliefs.
Blain Rinehart
Blain Rinehart Il y a 5 mois
You can read an excerpt of The Outsider for free:
B Sa
B Sa Il y a 5 mois
I LOVE LOVE LOVE this MAN!!!!!!!! My favorite author!!!
Abdulrahman Algilani
Abdulrahman Algilani Il y a 5 mois
I like how he's civil when deflecting silly, tasteless comments about his childhood. Does he need to be a victim as a child to be creative with horror?
Hplekk18 Il y a 5 mois
Why does gayle look half her age
Garrison2112 Il y a 5 mois
I have that book and it's is gruesome
Vishnu Il y a 6 mois
You can see King go 😑😑😑😑 at the childhood question
Connz starkey
Connz starkey Il y a 6 mois
Stephen King is the best author ever
Victor Segura
Victor Segura Il y a 7 mois
Did she say so called yes he is THE GREATEST
Christopher Michael Fuller
I love those steven King books. Each novel is like a pecuniary lawsuit and a half. reader gets to set his own action. ----Mr. Joubert-Canty-Mcclain
Mister Justice
Mister Justice Il y a 7 mois
I just stole this book from Barns and Noble earlier. Looking forward to reading it.
DeepFried FoogleFan
DeepFried FoogleFan Il y a 7 mois
There's more to this man that meets the eye.
Varis Svärd
Varis Svärd Il y a 8 mois
Finished this novel today. I have huge respect for this man and his writing skills, but this book was only 2 out of 5 in my opinion. Sorry. To little action and too much background noise. Did enjoy only some parts from this book. But it's just my opinion. You should stil read it and make your own conclusion. :)
hiram hacklesworth
hiram hacklesworth Il y a 8 mois
That question's easy for King these days. Answer: From my last ten books. Unlikely spoiler alert: The boogeyman done it. Again. But not without treating us to the usual embedded condescending left wing lecturing... a thing most of us who read fiction for entertainment go to to escape.
Jeovanny Medina
Jeovanny Medina Il y a 6 mois
Then go read some interesting Right Wing writers...oh right, there aren't any!
David Cadwallader
David Cadwallader Il y a 8 mois
The Outsider was totally lame. Time for King to call it a career.
hiram hacklesworth
hiram hacklesworth Il y a 8 mois
Robbie J
Robbie J Il y a 8 mois
A great writer but the guy looks like a damm mutant. Rs
Midgard Eagle
Midgard Eagle Il y a 8 mois
"Pillar of the community is arrested for doing something horrible and community wrestles with it" is a wonderful idea for a book, actually. Could've been the premise of the whole book if he just dove deeper into it, it didn't really need the whole supernatural/outsider/mexican wrestling women cuckoo monster arc.
Lydia Avila
Lydia Avila Il y a 8 mois
These people are so stupid on CBS. Everyone I mean everyone has a dark side. If your a creator ideas need to flow and you get ideas from everyday life and your own experiences, if you had a life. What is it about people trying justify their so called normalcy? Nothing is normal in life at all we live in constant koas. People create difficulties everyday. Don Henley once said an interview our creativity comes from our dark side. Kings ideas are no different, but it makes very unique.
Thomas Georg Bahr
Thomas Georg Bahr Il y a 9 mois
His work is weak to the level that he politicises it, which is a great deal. A few of his non-political works are really good. Sadly on the very first page of _Outsider,_ King can't help but give a nod to the hypocritically racist and violent _Black Lives Matter_ movement. He has completely sold out his art to politics. It's quite sad to see. It was an expensive one-pager, and the last money I've wasted on an old fool. He'll never be an Edgar Allan Poe, who was timelessly poetic and deep. _»Why are you even talking to this old white man, mommy?«_
hiram hacklesworth
hiram hacklesworth Il y a 8 mois
turner pike
turner pike Il y a 9 mois
I really want to see a movie out of this book already.
Suleyman Macit
Suleyman Macit Il y a 9 mois
I Love this Man He is a King of Horror love you King
BHAKTI BROPHY Il y a 9 mois
Poor Stephen, answering the SAME questions (about his early childhood, etc.) his entire career. He answered these questions in his book ON WRITING; a fabulous look into his family life and writing process. Even if you're not a writer, if you enjoy his work, that's a must read book.
hiram hacklesworth
hiram hacklesworth Il y a 9 mois
I read The Outsider and can tell you *exactly* where King gets his ideas. From his last ten books.
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