I don't get this--this has got to be the first time there's been a Stephen King adaptation--and Stephen King's name is nowhere to be found in any of the advertising. As a matter of fact, all the advertising seems to center on David Koepp writing it. I've never heard of a film adaptation being advertised without the author of the adaptation being mentioned. Any ideas as to why they're trumpeting the ADAPTER'S involvement and not the original author? Especially when that author has sold more books than Burger King has sold Whoppers? And aside from that, anyone got any thoughts on the flick? Trailers have started hitting, there was a commercial in the Super Bowl. I'm a little nonplussed, even considering the caliber of cast and the writer adapting it. It's a lot of talent, but it doesn't seem to be doing much for me. Maybe it's the story itself. It's not much of a standout, and it seems like it's territory already covered by "The Dark Half" Any thoughts you guys/girls?