Warner Bros. moves 'DOCTOR SLEEP' to November 2019
Can we say greatest trio of Stephen King adaptations released in one year? — 2019 will deliver not two but THREE Stephen King theatrical adaptations, starting with Pet Sematary on April 5, It: Chapter 2 on September 6, and now Mike Flanagan's Doctor Sleep on November 8.
'Doctor Sleep': Stephen King's sequel to 'The Shining' has wrapped production
Production has officially wrapped on the set of Warner Bros. Doctor Sleep! — Director Mike Flanagan shared the news telling Facebook fans what an “honor” it was to adapt King’s “extraordinary story” and the five month shooting period was without a doubt one of the “highlights” of his career:
'The Shining' sequel casts its young star who possesses ‘shining’ gifts
Warner Bros. has cast young actress Kyliegh Curran for the role of Abra Stone in Stephen King’s sequel to ‘The Shining’. — Curran, who’s coming off her broadway debut as Young Naia in The Lion King, will play Doctor Sleep’s pivotal character Abra Stone.
Rebecca Ferguson joins the cast of The Shining Sequel 'Doctor Sleep'
Rebecca Ferguson will star alongside Ewan McGregor in Warner Bros. adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘Shining’ sequel Doctor Sleep! — Variety confirms the 34-year-old actor has been cast in an undisclosed role joining McGregor who is set to play Danny Torrance aka "Doctor Sleep."
Ewan McGregor cast as Danny Torrance in The Shining sequel ‘Doctor Sleep’
It’s time to officially get excited for Warner Bros. Doctor Sleep! — Variety reports Ewan McGregor has been cast to play the grown up version of Danny Torrance in Stephen King’s follow-up to The Shining.
The Shining sequel 'Doctor Sleep' set to hit theaters in 2020
The Danny Torrance saga continues. — Save the date! The big screen adaptation of Stephen King's Doctor Sleep - and sequel to 1977 novel The Shining - has been confirmed for a January 24, 2020 release. That’s four short months after the release of Andy Muschietti’s It: Chapter 2!
Mike Flanagan Will Direct 'The Shining' Sequel, 'Doctor Sleep'
Here's one solution to all of our Stephen King bad adaptation film woes: Adapt the good ones. — For every middling King adaptation such as Pet Sematary, Thinner, and The Tommyknockers, there are a handful that belong in the pantheon of greats, including Stanley Kubrick’s unforgettable theatrical adaptation of The Shining. Now, 38 years later Warner Bros. has set their sights on 2013’s sequel – Doctor Sleep.