CULTURE Watch trailer for sequel to The Shining - Dan Torrence is all grown up - Doctor Sleep

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AC SPEED  SENIOR EDITOR
Posted 10.09.2019 08:03
Updated 10.09.2019 08:13

The Shining

Doctor Sleep

Trailer

Now a cult classic, The Shining, the big-screen adaptation of Stephen King's bestselling novel, when it was released back in 1980 starring the one and only, Jack Nicholson, must have been terrifying to watch at the time. With the iconic axe through the door scene haunting film goers for years after, the sequel will have a tough job to live up to those expectations of things that go bump in the night.

Main character of The Shining, Jack Torrance, had a son called Danny who was but a young boy in the film. Now, he’s all grown up and exploring his past, his childhood, and what became of him growing up. The film see’s Danny, played by actor, Ewan McGregor, revist the very hotel his father lost his mind in. Remember the two creepy little sisters? They’re back!

Doctor Sleep appears to present an entire group of mysterious people with creepy powers that hunt people like Danny.

Doctor Sleep lands in theaters November 8, 2019

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Author Bio: AC Speed

Senior Editor

I started my career as a music journalist in 2013 and have been involved in the music industry as a touring musician, studio engineer and artist consultant since 2002, as well as previously being a signed artist. My passion for delivering high quality, informative music-related news is a daily driving force behind the content I create. Born in the United Kingdom and currently living in Sweden. Skål!

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