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R.l. Stine

  1. movie review
    Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween Lacks the Original’s BiteThe sequel replicates the template and the atmosphere of the original, but it’s missing the invention and emotional investment.
  2. creepy crawly comics
    Goosebumps Author R.L. Stine Is Writing a Marvel ComicNo trick, just a great Halloween treat.
  3. in development
    Fear Street Would Be a Better TV ShowR.L. Stine is developing Fear Street as a movie, but he shouldn’t repeat Goosebumps.
  4. trailer mix
    See the First Goosebumps Movie TrailerJack Black is probably not the R.L. Stine you imagined.
  5. Ken Marino Joins Jack Black in ‘Goosebumps’ MovieKen Marino will be in the movie adaptation of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps books. The Party Down and The State actor will play a supporting role in […]
  6. catfish territory
    MTV Orders Twilight Director’s Online Dating Thriller Eye CandyStarring Victoria Justice and based on a novel by R.L. Stine.
  7. chat room
    R.L. Stine on Reviving Fear Street and Why He Loves TwitterWe have goosebumps just thinking about this.
  8. say cheese and die
    Watch a Young Ryan Gosling ‘Say Cheese and Die!’ in GoosebumpsBaby Gos is a budding photographer … OF DEATH!
  9. now streaming
    Goosebumps Is Now Available on NetflixDon’t leave the house.
  10. The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show: R. L. Stine This week on the Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin show, Jeff talks to R. L. Stine author of the Goosebumps series. Jeff talks to him about how he got […]
  11. Chris Gethard and R.L. Stine Will Write an Entire Book Together in One […]Comedian Chris Gethard is having Goosebumps author R.L. Stine join him tonight on his delightful public access show The Chris Gethard Show to […]
  12. the industry
    Simon Pegg No Longer a ‘Bastard,’ But Will Go on a Road TripPlus: Neil Schweiber goes to war in Tarantino’s ‘Inglorious Bastards’!
  13. the industry
    Daniel Day-Lewis Is Ready for His Eleven O’Clock NumberPlus: Tom Cruise will play the president, and Jason Reitman is adapting ‘Up in the Air.’