After the blockbuster success of It in theaters last year, it makes sense that we’re about to get a surge of Stephen King cinema love.

This time, it’s a sequel to The Shining (which Stephen King published in 1977, and was made into a classic film in 1980): Doctor Sleep.  Yes, you’ll get to see what’s happened to the grown-up Danny Torrance.

Horror filmmaker Mike Flanagan (Oculus, Hush, Gerald’s Game [another Stephen King adaption he did for Netflix]) is set to adapt the 2013 novel for the big screen.  Unfortunately, there’s no timeline (yet) on the production, casting or release of the film.

Posted by Hatch

Source: Gizmodo

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