Stephen King recently spoke to Entertainment Weekly about his upcoming novel, Doctor Sleep. It is, of course, the sequel to his classic novel The Shining. “When the [sequel] idea would pop up in my mind I would think, ‘Now Danny’s 20, or now he’s 25. … I wonder if he’s drinking like his father?’” he […]
Stephen King has announced that after a long delay, Doctor Sleep will be released on September 24th, 2013. The book was originally set for a January 2013 release, but King required more time for editing and had many different projects on the go, including Joyland, which will be out in June 2013.
The much-anticipated sequel to Stephen King‘s The Shining, Doctor Sleep has officially been given a 2013 release date. The book centers of Jack Torrance’s son Danny (now an adult). Many years have passed, but Danny is still haunted by his childhood traumas.
Stephen King is currently working on the sequel to The Shining, Doctor Sleep, but meanwhile Warner Bros. is looking at a film prequel to the film directed by the late Stanley Kubrick. The studio has contacted writer/producer Laeta Kalogridis and partners Bradley Fischer and James Vanderbilt about working on a story for the potential sequel.
Stephen King fans will be looking forward to 2013, as the sequel to The Shining entitled Doctor Sleep will be released on January 15th from Scribner. And to get you even more excited, the synopsis for the book has just been released: