William Goldman, who has a long list of writing credits to his name, has sadly passed away at the age of 87. Goldman’s credits include the acclaimed adaptation of Stephen King’s Misery, 1975’s The Stepford Wives and Dreamcatcher.
His skills spanned across genres, further including All the President’s Men, Magic and the novel that inspired Michael Mann’s excellent Heat.
He also wrote the novel of the fan favourite The Princess Bride.
Goldman’s work will live on as his legacy and his name will not be forgotten. RIP.