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Doctor Sleep

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Scribner (Hardcover)

Release date

September 24,

Pages

pages (hardcover)

Doctor Sleepis the 64th book published by Stephen King. It is his 51st&#;novel and the 44th&#;under his own name. The novel is a direct sequel to King's novel The Shining.

Plot

Following the events of The Shining, Danny remains psychologically traumatized, while Wendy, his mother, slowly recovers from her injuries. Angry ghosts from the Overlook Hotel eventually find Danny, including the woman from Room Chef Hallorann eventually teaches Danny how to imprison the ghosts in lock boxes inside his mind. The adult Dan reprises his father's legacy of anger and alcoholism. Dan drifts for decades, but eventually finds an AA community and gives up drinking. He settles in a New Hampshire town and works in a hospice, where his remnant psychic abilities provide comfort to the dying. With the aid of a cat that can sense when a person is about to die, Dan becomes known as "Doctor Sleep".

In the meantime, Abra, a toddler girl with psychic powers greater than Dan's, slowly and unintentionally establishes a telepathic bond with him. As she grows, the contact becomes more conscious and voluntary. One night, Abra psychically witnesses a ritual torture and murder of a boy by the True Knot, a group of quasi-immortals who wanders across America and periodically feed on "steam", a psychic essence that children with "the shining" produce when they are tortured to death. Horrified, Abra telepathically reaches out for Dan, but they are unable to do anything for the boy. At the same time, the True Knot's leader, Rose the Hat, is also aware of Abra's existence as a potential major source of sustenance.

Soon, the True Knot start to die of an infectious disease. In desperation, they send people to kidnap Abra, believing that her steam can cure them. Abra asks for Dan's help, and he reveals his connection with Abra to David, her father, and John Dalton, their family doctor. Angry and skeptical at first, David starts to believe him and go along with the plan to save his daughter. With the help of Billy, one of Dan's friends, they kill off the first team of kidnappers, but Dan soon realizes that Rose the Hat will not stop pursuing her vendetta against Abra. He visits Abra's great-grandmother, who is dying of cancer, and telepathically learns from the dying woman that he and Abra's mother, Lucy, share the same father. As Abra's great-grandmother dies, Dan retrieves her diseased steam.

Abra baits Rose the Hat into confronting her at the location where the Overlook Hotel once stood. Dan and Billy show up in her place, while Abra helps them using her astral projection. Dan releases the steam collected from Abra's dying great-grandmother to the group of True Knot lying in wait. Already weak from disease, the group of True Knot inadvertently inhale the steam and die. Dan and Abra fight Rose the Hat in a long psychic struggle, and with help from Billy and the ghost of Dan's father, they manage to push Rose the Hat down from the Overlook to her death.

Years later, on Abra's fifteen birthday, Dan cautions Abra not to repeat the same mistake as him by starting to drink or submitting to rage. Abra agrees that she will behave, but before they can finish the conversation, Dan is called back to his hospice. He sits there and comfort a dying colleague who was once his enemy.

Development

  • King told an audience at the Canon Theatre in Toronto that the story will concern the character of Danny Torrance, who "is now 40 years old and living in upstate New York, where he works as the equivalent of an orderly at a hospice for the terminally ill. Danny’s real job is to visit with patients who are just about to pass on to the other side, and to help them make that journey with the aid of his mysterious powers."
  • On 8 May , a description of the book's plot was released on Stephen King's official website:
On highways across America, a tribe of people called The True Knot travel in search of sustenance. They look harmless — mostly old, lots of polyester, and married to their RVs. But as Dan Torrance knows, and tween Abra Stone learns, The True Knot are quasi-immortal, living off the “steam” that children with the “shining” produce when they are slowly tortured to death.
Haunted by the inhabitants of the Overlook Hotel where he spent one horrific childhood year, Dan has been drifting for decades, desperate to shed his father’s legacy of despair, alcoholism, and violence. Finally, he settles in a New Hampshire town, an AA community that sustains him, and a job at a nursing home where his remnant “shining” power provides the crucial final comfort to the dying. Aided by a prescient cat, he becomes “Doctor Sleep.”
Then Dan meets the evanescent Abra Stone, and it is her spectacular gift, the brightest shining ever seen, that reignites Dan’s own demons and summons him to a battle for Abra’s soul and survival.
  • In a recent news announcement, King disclosed the sequel will take up the story when Dan is middle-aged after “drifting for decades, desperate to shed his father's legacy of despair, alcoholism, and violence". Dan will settle in a New Hampshire town and become known as "Doctor Sleep." He then comes into contact with Abra Stone, a year-old who has "the brightest shining ever seen", and he ends up “run[ning] afoul of a gang of wandering psychic vampires who feed on people's energy”.
  • A spokesman for King's British UK publisher, Hodder and Stoughton, said Doctor Sleep would return to the "characters and territory" of the original novel. "This is an epic war between good and evil, a gory, glorious story that will thrill the millions of hyper-devoted readers of The Shining and wildly satisfy anyone new to the territory of this icon in the King canon,” he added.

Connections

The True Knot has "company towns" (small towns relying entirely on one large business that employs a majority of the population.) A list of examples includes Jerusalem's Lot, Sidewinder (the town nearest to the Overlook Hotel, also included in Misery and American Vampire.) A number of unnamed but specific locations are also included in this list, including "I in Nevada, in the mountain country west of Draper" which is in the area where Desperation is set. The novel is also notable for featuring ties to NOS4A2, written by King's son Joe Hill. Early in the novel, Danny's mentor Hallorann shares a story from his childhood in which his malevolent grandfather repeatedly threatened to hand him over to Charles Talent Manx, the antagonist of Hill's book. Later on in the story, Hallorann refers to the True Knot as 'Empty Devils'. This is the title of a book written by Scott Landon in Lisey's Story. There is also a bumper sticker on one of the True Knot's vehicles referencing Christmasland, Manx's alternate dimension in NOS4A2. At one point, Dan says, "There are other worlds than these," a line originally spoken by Jake Chambers in The Gunslinger. He also uses the phrase "all will be well, and all will be well, and all manner of things will be well", which is found in "The Talisman".

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Doctor Sleep

Produced by

Trevor Macy
Jon Berg

Release dates

November 8, (U.S.), October 31 (Worldwide)

Distributed by

Warner Bros' Pictures

Doctor Sleepis a horror film based on Stephen King's novel of the same name.Ewan McGregorstars as Danny Torrance.

The film is written and directed by Mike Flanagan. The film premiered in most countries on October 31, It premiered in the U.S. on November 8,

Synopsis

Following the events of "The Shining" Dan Torrence meets a young girl with similar abilities as his and tries to protect her from a murderous nomadic tribe known as The True Knot.

Plot

In Dan Torrance and his mother live in Florida. He is haunted by the ghosts of the Overlook. Using his ability to shine he is able to communicate with the spirit of Dick Halloran. Dick teaches him how to lock the ghosts in imaginary "boxes" in his mind.

A nomadic tribe known as The True Knot, led by Rose the Hat, feed on the "steam" produced by children who possess the Shine. She turns a teenage girl called Snakebite Andi after observing her ability to hypnotize people.

In , Dan is still troubled by his time at the Overlook Hotel, and has become an alcoholic to suppress his Shining. He moves to a small town and meets Billy Freeman, who becomes his AA sponsor. Dan gets a job at a hospice where he uses his "abilities" to comfort dying patients, who give him the nickname Doctor Sleep. He begins receiving telepathic messages from a young girl named Abra Stone, whose Shining is even more powerful than his.

In the True Knot's supply of steam in running low. They kidnap a boy named Bradley and torture him to death and consume his steam. An image of this flashes in Abra's mind and her distress alerts both Dan and Rose. Rose realizes Abra possesses enough steam to supply the True Knot for years.

Abra secretly meets with Dan at the library. He insists she stay away from Rose and avoid drawing attention to herself. That night Rose projects herself into Abra's mind and is caught off guard when Abra traps her and briefly enters Rose's mind. Rose returns to her own body and sends several members of her tribe to capture Abra.

Abra tells Dan what happened with Rose and says she can track the True Knot if she can touch Bradley's baseball glove. Dan and Billy drive to Iowa and exhume Bradley's body and retrieve his glove.

They go to Abra's house with the baseball glove and meet her father. Using a telepathic projection of Abra as bait, Dan and Billy lure the True members into an ambush at a campground. Snakebite Andi hypnotizes Billy into killing himself before she dies.

Crow Daddy kills Dave and drugs and kidnaps Abra. Dan puts his mind into Abra's body and he forces Crow Daddy to crash his car, killing him and freeing Abra. Rose consumes the last of her supply of steam, healing her wounds and vows to revenge the deaths of her friends.

Dan returns to the abandoned Overlook, believing it will be as dangerous for Rose as it is for him and Abra. He starts up the boiler and awakens the hotel. In the banquet hall he is offered a drink by a bartender who resembles his father.

When Rose confronts Dan and Abra they mentally pull her into the Overlook's hedge maze. After a failing to trap her in one of the boxes, Dan tells Abra to run. As rose over powers Dan he releases the Overlook's ghosts from his boxes and they kill Rose.

Dan finds Abra and fighting the hotel's influence over him he tells her to run. He returns to the boiler room, which becomes engulfed in flames. Abra watches as the hotel burns down.

Sometime later, Abra talks to the ghost of Dan and he tells her that he is at peace. Abra's mother learns to adjust to her daughter's powers, especially in communicating with the spirit of her deceased husband. Abra is confronted by the ghost of the rotting woman from the Overlook and turns to face her, just as Danny once did.

Cast

Connection to The Shining novel and film

Doctor Sleep is based on Stephen King's novel of the same name. It is a sequel to King's novel The Shining.[1] While the film is intended to be an adaptation of the novel, director Mike Flanagan said Doctor Sleep would still "acknowledge Kubrick's The Shining in some way".[2]

Production

Warner Bros. Pictures began developing the adaptation as early as In , Akiva Goldsman announced that he would write and produce the film for Warner Bros.[3] Warner Bros. could not secure funding for Doctor Sleep until the financial success of 's It: Chapter One. The success of It: Chapter One caused Warner Bros. to fast-track the production of Doctor Sleep. Mike Flanagan was hired by Warner Bros. in January to rewrite Goldsman's script and to also direct the film.[4]

Filming began in September in the US state of Georgia; locations included Atlanta and St. Simons.[5] Specific locations in and near Atlanta include Covington, Canton, Stone Mountain, Midtown Atlanta, Porterdale, and Fayetteville.[6] Production concluded in December [7]

The film score was composed by The Newton Brothers (Andy Grush and Taylor Stewart), who also composed scores for Flanagan's previous works.[8]

Most elements from The Shining () were recreated with duplicate sets and lookalike actors, though three shots were reused: the aerial shot of the water and the island and the two shots after it of the car driving on the mountain road. The shots were degrained, recolored as day-for-night, and had snow digitally added.

Mike Flanagan recreated the sets of the Overlook Hotel from blueprints acquired from Stanley Kubrick's estate.

Actress Rebecca Ferguson revealed in a interview that, while horror in general is not one of her favorite movie genres, she is a huge fan of the novels by Stephen King: "I don't see why we wouldn't want to make films out of everything that he writes. It's so adaptable. It's so understandable. It's so relatable and the imagery, it's like you don't really have to make scene images anymore, you just have the book." She also added that although she doesn't like violence directed at children, she happily made an exception for this film.

Release

Warner Bros. released Doctor Sleep in theaters in the United States on November 8, It was initially scheduled to be released on January 24, Deadline Hollywood said the re-scheduling reflected Warner Bros. giving "a major vote of confidence" to the film.[9]

Trailer

DOCTOR SLEEP - Official Teaser Trailer HD

DOCTOR SLEEP - Official Teaser Trailer HD

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Who is the director of the movie Doctor Sleep?

horror film directed by Mike Flanagan. Doctor Sleep is an upcoming American horror film based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King, which is a sequel to King's novel The Shining.

Who is playing Danny Torrance in Doctor Sleep?

Ewan McGregor will star as Danny Torrance in Warner Bros.’ adaptation of the Stephen King novel “ Doctor Sleep ,” the sequel to horror classic “ The Shining .” Sources say King has given his blessing to McGregor’s casting.

Is the movie Doctor Sleep A sequel to the Shining?

Mike Flanagan had to convince Stephen King that, despite his own distaste for Stanley Kubrick 's The Shining (), audiences were more familiar with that version rather than The Shining (), and largely preferred the film to the miniseries. Therefore, this film had to be a sequel to Stanley Kubrick's classic film. See more &#;

Who are the main characters in Doctor Sleep?

Jocelin Donahue as Lucy Stone, Abra's mother. Cliff Curtis as Billy Freeman, Dan's friend, co-worker, and AA sponsor. Robert Longstreet as Barry the Chunk, a member of the True Knot. Carel Struycken as Grandpa Flick, an aging member of the True Knot. Alex Essoe as Wendy Torrance, Dan's mother. Wendy was played by Shelley Duvall in The Shining.

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What is the plot of Doctor Sleep?

The Plot of Doctor Sleep () Doctor Sleep continues the story of Danny Torrance, 40 years after his terrifying stay at the Overlook Hotel in The Shining. A now-adult Dan Torrence meets a young girl with similar powers as his and tries to protect her from a cult known as The True Knot who prey on children with powers to remain immortal.

Is there a sequel to Doctor Sleep?

Warner Bros. has moved up the release of Stephen King's sequel adaptation to The Shining, Doctor Sleep, from January to November 8th, .

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A doctor specializing in sleep disorders is called a sleep disorder specialist, sleep medicine specialist, sleep specialist, or a sleep doctor.

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The formal name for a sleep doctor is “somnologist” – from the root ‘somnus’, meaning sleep. American Sleep Association – Providing information about Dr. Sleep since Visit the ASA Ask the Sleep Doctor Section to find out more about sleep doctors, sleep psychologists, sleep dentists and other sleep specialists.

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Genre: Horror
Directed By: Mike Flanagan
Produced By: Trevor Macy
Jon Berg
Written By: Mike Flanagan
Based On: Doctor Sleep by Stephen King
Starring: Ewan McGregor
Rebecca Ferguson
Kyliegh Curran
Cliff Curtis
Cinematography: Michael Fimognari
Distributed By: Warner Bros. Pictures
Release Date: October 21, (Regency Village Theater)
November 8, (United States)
Runtime: minutes
minutes (Director's Cut)
Country: United States
Language: English
Budget: $45 million
Box Office: $ million
Franchise: The Shining
Prequel: The Shining


Doctor Sleep (marketed as Stephen King's Doctor Sleep) is a American supernatural horror film written and directed by Mike Flanagan. It is based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King, a sequel to King's novel The Shining. The film, which also serves as a direct sequel to the film adaptation of The Shining, directed by Stanley Kubrick, is set several decades after the events of the original and combines elements of the novel as well. Ewan McGregor plays the lead role as Danny Torrance, a man with psychic abilities who struggles with childhood trauma. Rebecca Ferguson, Kyliegh Curran, and Cliff Curtis have supporting roles. Doctor Sleep held its world premiere at the Regency Village Theater in Los Angeles on October 21, , and was theatrically released worldwide from October 31, , and in the United States on November 8,

Plot

In , struggling with alcoholism, Dan Torrance remains traumatized by the sinister events that occurred at the Overlook Hotel when he was a child. His hope for a peaceful existence soon becomes shattered when he meets Abra, a teen who shares his extrasensory gift of the "shine." Together, they form an unlikely alliance to battle the True Knot, a cult whose members try to feed off the shine of innocents to become immortal.

Why It Rocks

  1. It stays true and faithful to the Stephen King's book it is based on.
  2. Ewan McGregor did a flawless job portaying Dan Torrance.
  3. The opening scenes showing how young Dan ride his bike at the Overlook Hotel recaptured of The Shining, which they can whatever they want.
  4. Good dialogue, such as "When I was a kid, there was a place, a dark place. They closed it down, and let it rot. But the things that live there, they come back."
  5. Amazing soundtrack by The Newton Brothers, which it captured the The Shining theme music.
  6. Likable and well-developed characters.
    • An example is Dan Torrance. He must help Abra, a teen who shares his extrasensory gift of the "shine", survive against Rose the Hat and her cult, the True Knot.
  7. The film used the creative twist on the Warner Bros. Pictures logo, adapting its old 80s style.
  8. Grady Sisters makes a cameos for this film.
  9. The nightmare scenes are terrifying.
  10. Rebecca Ferguson performance as Rose the Hat is menacing and terrifying.
  11. Similar to other A24 horror films and The Shining, the film heavily relies on atmosphere rather than cheap jumpscares, making it lack any clichés.
  12. Rose the Hat is very entertaining villain. She's the leader of the True Knot, a cult that feeds on people with psychic powers.
  13. Great editing, writing, and direction by Mike Flanagan. Even Stephen King, the maker of the book, praised him.
  14. The scenes where Bradley Trevor is killed by Rose the Hat is intense.
  15. The cameo of Danny Lloyd, Dan Torrance's actor in the original film, as a spectator during Bradley Trevor's baseball game is a nice reference to his most iconic role, considering that he had retired from acting.
  16. The set of the abandoned Overlook Hotel is incredible, and bares a strong resemblance to.

Bad Qualities

  1. Its runtime of minutes ( in the Director's Cut) can make audiences feel like the pacing is a bit slow.
  2. The race change of Abra Stone.
  3. The marketing focuses too much on the movie being a sequel to The Shining. As a result, newcomers who have no interest in the aforementioned film/book have to view it to fully understand what is going on, similar to other films, such as Terminator: Dark Fate.

Reception

Doctor Sleep received generally positive reviews from critics, audiences and fans alike, with praise for its soundtrack, performances and atmosphere, but with some criticism for its lengthy runtime. On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds a "Certified Fresh" approval rating of 77% based on reviews, with an average rating of / The website's critics consensus reads, "Doctor Sleep forsakes the elemental terror of its predecessor for a more contemplative sequel that balances poignant themes against spine-tingling chills.". Metacritic assigned the film a weighted average score of 59 out of , based on 46 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews". Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "B+" on an A+ to F scale, while those surveyed at PostTrak gave it an average four out of five, with 60% saying they would definitely recommend it to a friend.

Box office

Doctor Sleep grossed $ million in the United States and Canada, and $ million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $ million, becoming the box office disappointment. Deadline Hollywood speculated that despite it being "well-reviewed and well-received" by critics and audiences, the underperformance was due to the 2​1⁄2-hour runtime and the success of King adaptations such as It Chapter Two and Pet Sematary, earlier in the year, as well as the perception the film was meant for older audiences (67% of the opening weekend attendance was over the age of 24). However, despite the box office performance, the film enjoyed a resurgence of interest and popularity when it premiered on streaming services in

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  • This marks the first film to release 2 films based on adaptations of Stephen King from Warner Bros. Pictures, after It Chapter Two.

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Doctor Sleep adalah film horor Amerika tahun yang didasarkan dari novel berjudul sama tahun karya Stephen King, yang merupakan kelanjutan dari novel tahun karya Stephen, The Shining. Film ini berlatarkan beberapa dasawarsa setelah The Shining, yang menggabungkan unsur-unsur dari novel dan adaptasi film berjudul sama tahun arahan Stanley Kubrick. Doctor Sleep disutradarai, ditulis, dan disunting Mike Flanagan serta dibintangi Ewan McGregor, Rebecca Ferguson, Kyliegh Curran, Carl Lumbly, Zahn McClarnon, Emily Alyn Lind, Bruce Greenwood, Jocelin Donahue, Alex Essoe, dan Cliff Curtis. Warner Bros. berencana menayangkan Doctor Sleep di seluruh dunia pada 30 Oktober serta di Amerika Serikat dan Kanada pada 8 November

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Doctor Sleep is a American supernatural horror film written and directed by Mike Flanagan. It is based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King which is a sequel to King's novel The Shining. It is the second film in The Shining franchise. The film, which also serves as a sequel to the film adaptation of The Shining, directed by Stanley Kubrick, is set several decades after the events of the original and combines elements of the novel as well. Ewan McGregor plays the lead role as Danny Torrance, a man with psychic abilities who struggles with childhood trauma. Rebecca Ferguson, Kyliegh Curran, Cliff Curtis, and Carl Lumbly have supporting roles.

In the film, Dan Torrance, now an adult, must protect a young girl with similar powers from a cult known as the True Knot, whose members prey on children who possess the shining to extend their own lives.

Warner Bros. Pictures began developing a film adaptation shortly after Doctor Sleep was published in Writer-producer Akiva Goldsman wrote a script, but the studio did not secure a budget for the film until the box office success of its horror film It, also based on a novel by King. Flanagan was hired to rewrite Goldsman's script and direct the film. Flanagan said the film would try to reconcile the differences between The Shining novel and film. Filming began in September in Georgia, including Atlanta and the surrounding area, and concluded in December

Doctor Sleep held its world premiere at the Regency Village Theater in Los Angeles on October 21, , and was theatrically released worldwide from October 31, , and in the United States on November 8, The film received positive reviews from critics, with praise for its performances but criticism for its length.[6] Grossing just $ million worldwide, its performance at the box office was considered to be disappointing compared to the other King adaptations released in , It Chapter Two and Pet Sematary.[7] However, despite the box office performance, the film enjoyed a resurgence of interest and popularity when it premiered on streaming services in [8][9]

Plot[edit]

In , Dan Torrance, still traumatized from his family's ordeal at the Overlook hotel, lives in a New Hampshire town and drinks alcohol to suppress his shining. He is recovering through Alcoholics Anonymous and becomes a hospice orderly, where he uses his shining to comfort dying patients, who nickname him "Doctor Sleep". Meanwhile, the True Knot, a cult of psychics led by Rose the Hat, extend their lifespans by consuming "steam", a psychic essence released by torturing and killing those who have the shining.

In , the True Knots are starving as steam has become increasingly rare. They torture a boy to death for steam, which Abra Stone senses, a young girl whose shining is even greater than Dan's. She telepathically alerts Dan about the murder, but Rose senses Abra in the process. Rose projects her consciousness across the country and infiltrates Abra's mind, but is physically injured by a psychic trap set by Abra. Rose sends the remaining members after Abra for steam.

Abra informs Dan about the True Knot. Although he is initially skeptical about stopping them, he changes his mind and recruits his friend, Billy Freeman, and Abra's father, Dave, to help. They successfully kill most of the group except Rose, but Billy and Dave are killed and Abra is captured by Rose's partner, Crow Daddy. Dan shines into Abra and saves her from Crow Daddy, killing the True Knot member in the process. Dan brings Abra to the Overlook as a last resort, believing it will be equally dangerous for Rose. He starts the hotel's boiler and explores the dormant building, "awakening" it with his shining. At the same time, he has visions of his time at the hotel, including his father Jack's breaking into a bathroom door to kill his mother Wendy.

Rose arrives at the Overlook and overpowers Dan in a fight, but he saves himself by opening boxes in his mind where he had trapped the Overlook's ghosts. Drawn by Rose's power, the ghosts overwhelm and devour her, before turning on Danny and possessing him in a bid to try and make him kill Abra. After an emotional moment where she cuts through his possessed mind, bringing back the real Danny, he realizes that to "close the door" once and for all, The Overlook has to burn.

Danny has to remain behind to get the job done, telling Abra to leave to save herself. He goes to the boiler room but regains control before the hotel can make him deactivate it. Overloading the boiler to the hotel, he watches the fire spreading. And as the last moment of peace with Wendy, Dan sees a vision of himself as a child being comforted by his mother. Abra survives the explosion as help arrives at the burning hotel.

Sometime later, she speaks to Dan's projection just like he used to speak with Dick, Dan comforts Abra, telling her to "shine on" and not to hide her gifts from the world, and they assure each other that they will both be okay. Abra starts to own her powers at that moment, she finally tells her mother the truth—that she has been conversing with a ghost, that Danny and her dad are okay, and there is an afterlife where they are at peace.

In the final scene, Abra sees the woman in the tub, heading into her bathroom to dispose of another one of the Overlook's insidious ghouls, just as Danny did all those years earlier.

Cast[edit]

  • Ewan McGregor as Danny Torrance, an alcoholic man with psychic powers known as "the shining". The character first appeared as a child in the film The Shining, played by Danny Lloyd (who in this film appears as a cameo).
    • Roger Dale Floyd plays a young Danny Torrance.
  • Rebecca Ferguson as Rose the Hat, leader of the True Knot, a cult that feeds on people with psychic powers.
  • Kyliegh Curran as Abra Stone, a girl with "the shining".
    • Dakota Hickman plays a young Abra Stone.
  • Carl Lumbly as Dick Hallorann, the late head chef of the Overlook Hotel who has "the shining". Dick was played by Scatman Crothers in The Shining.[10]
  • Zahn McClarnon as Crow Daddy, Rose the Hat's lover and right-hand man in the True Knot.
  • Emily Alyn Lind as Snakebite Andi, a young member of the True Knot who is able to psychically control people.
  • Bruce Greenwood as Dr. John Dalton, leader of Dan's AA group and his boss at the hospice.
  • Jocelin Donahue as Lucy Stone, Abra's mother.
  • Cliff Curtis as Billy Freeman, Dan's friend, co-worker, and AA sponsor.
  • Robert Longstreet as Barry the Chunk, a member of the True Knot.
  • Carel Struycken as Grandpa Flick, an aging member of the True Knot.
  • Alex Essoe as Wendy Torrance, Dan's mother. Wendy was played by Shelley Duvall in The Shining.[10]
  • Zackary Momoh as Dave Stone, Abra's father.
  • Jacob Tremblay as Bradley Trevor, a victim of the True Knot, known to Abra as the "baseball boy".
  • Henry Thomas as The Bartender, an apparition who calls himself Lloyd but resembles Dan's late father, Jack Torrance.[11] Thomas also portrays Jack briefly in flashback scenes. In The Shining, Jack Torrance was portrayed by Jack Nicholson and the bartender Lloyd was portrayed by Joe Turkel.[12]

Additionally, Catherine Parker appears as Silent Sarey, Met Clark as Short Eddie, Selena Anduze as Apron Annie, and James Flanagan as Diesel Doug, all members of the True Knot cult. Violet McGraw portrays Violet, a child who is murdered at the start of the film by the True Knot cult and later fed to Snakebite Andi as part of her induction into the group, while Bethany Anne Lind portrays Violet’s mother. Sadie and KK Heim portray the Grady sisters, with Kaitlyn McCormick and Molly Jackson providing their voices; the characters were originally played by Lisa and Louise Burns in The Shining. Sallye Hooks portrays Mrs. Massey, Michael Monks portrays Delbert Grady and Hugh Maguire portrays Horace Derwent, respectively; played by Lia Beldam and Billie Gibson, Philip Stone and Norman Gay in The Shining.

Danny Lloyd, who played Danny Torrance in The Shining, makes a cameo appearance as a spectator at Bradley Trevor's baseball game. Lloyd had been retired from acting for roughly 38 years, and was direct-messaged on Twitter by Flanagan to appear in the film. Producer Trevor Macy said of Lloyd's involvement, "[Lloyd] was excited to do [the cameo]. He hadn't acted since [the original]. He's a schoolteacher, and a very successful one at that, like making the world better. He came back for a day, and we were thrilled to have him." When pressed as to why the filmmakers did not extend the same offer to Jack Nicholson, Macy responded, "With Jack, I knew that they approached him for Ready Player One, and that he seems to be very serious about being retired. I had known that he was supportive [of the sequel] but retired."[13]

Regarding the recast characters, Flanagan explained, "We explored everything, and there were only really two options as I saw it: It was either going to be something that was performed, or something that was digital. And even if we had Nicholson come back, based on the rules of the hotel and how the ghosts appear with respect to their age, he'd be performing the part through a digital avatar." Flanagan said that de-aging and digital actors, while improving rapidly, were still inadequate. "The idea of having a digital Danny Torrance riding a trike five minutes into the movie, that just seemed like we were making a video game at that point. It felt disrespectful." Noting that any solution would be controversial, the director decided that the best approach "was not to do impressions; it was to find actors who would remind us of those iconic performances, without ever tipping into parody I just want to be able to tilt people's memories toward those original actors, but then let the characters be their own. I want to cast someone to play Dick Hallorann; I don't want to cast someone to play Scatman Crothers."[14] The idea of casting a Nicholson impersonator as Jack was also considered, as was casting a big-name actor associated with or reminiscent of Nicholson, such as Leonardo DiCaprio or Christian Slater. Nicholson was also invited to make a cameo appearance as another character, but declined.[15]

Connections to The Shining novel and film[edit]

Further information: The Shining (film) §&#;Comparison with the novel

Doctor Sleep is based on the horror novel of the same name by Stephen King. The novel The Shining was adapted into a horror film of the same name by director Stanley Kubrick. King was critical of Kubrick's film adaptation to the point of writing and executive-producing a new adaptation with the television miniseries.[16]

While the film Doctor Sleep is intended to be a direct adaptation of the sequel novel, director Mike Flanagan said Doctor Sleep still "acknowledge[s] Kubrick's The Shining in some way".[17] Flanagan said, "It is an adaptation of the novel Doctor Sleep, which is Stephen King's sequel to his novel, The Shining. But this also exists very much in the same cinematic universe that Kubrick established in his adaptation of The Shining."[18] He explained working with all the sources, "Reconciling those three, at times very different, sources has been kind of the most challenging and thrilling part of this creatively for us."[19] He first read the novel, and then had a conversation with King to work out adapting all the sources. As part of the process, Flanagan recreated scenes from The Shining to use in flashbacks.[18] Same as The Shining, Flanagan also avoided the horror film trope of jump scares.[20]

On why he wanted to present the film as a continuation of Kubrick's film, Flanagan expressed, "The Shining is so ubiquitous and has burned itself into the collective imagination of people who love cinema in a way that so few movies have. There’s no other language to tell that story in. If you say ‘Overlook Hotel,’ I see something. It lives right up in my brain because of Stanley Kubrick. You can't pretend that isn't the case".[21] King initially rejected Flanagan's pitch of bringing back the Overlook as seen in Kubrick's film, but King changed his mind after Flanagan pitched a scene within the hotel towards the end of the film that served as his reason to bring back the Overlook.[22] Upon reading the script, King felt that the elements of Kubrick's film that he disliked were "redeemed" for him in Doctor Sleep.[21]

While the climax of the film does differ from the novel, it closely adapts the original events from King's source material of The Shining, centered around the final events at the Overlook Hotel (but with Dan and Abra reenacting the roles of Jack and young Danny, respectively), which was heavily omitted from Kubrick's adaptation of the latter much to King's disappointment. Thus this film can be seen as a bridge for King's Doctor Sleep and The Shining, incorporating events from both novels.[23] Flanagan said that in his film, "Almost everything Dan does [is] Jack's story from [the original novel]."[24] In including these elements into the Doctor Sleep film, Flanagan explained, "I saw it as this gift, to me as a fan, and from me to him as well — that yes, we're going to bring back this Kubrickian Overlook world, and I wanted to celebrate that film. But what if, in doing so, at the same time, you get elements of that ending of that novel, The Shining, that Kubrick jettisoned? Then you start to get the ending you never did, and that King was denied."[22]

Production[edit]

Warner Bros. Pictures began developing a film adaptation of Doctor Sleep as early as [25] In , filmmaker Akiva Goldsman announced that he would write and produce the film for Warner Bros.[26] For several years, Warner Bros. could not secure a budget for Doctor Sleep, or for a different project, a prequel to The Shining called Overlook Hotel.[27]

In late , Warner Bros. released It, a film adaptation of King's novel of the same name, and its box office success led the studio to fast track production of Doctor Sleep. In January , Warner Bros. hired Mike Flanagan to rewrite Goldsman's script and direct the film, with Goldsman receiving executive producer credit.[28] On why he was interested in directing Doctor Sleep, Flanagan stated, "It touches on themes that are the most attractive to me, which are childhood trauma leading into adulthood, addiction, the breakdown of a family, and the after effects, decades later."[29]

From June to November , the cast was assembled.[30][31] Filming began in September in the U.S. state of Georgia; locations included Atlanta and St. Simons.[32] In the area of Atlanta, specific locations included Covington, Canton, Stone Mountain, Midtown, Porterdale, and Fayetteville.[33] Production concluded in December [34] By January , Flanagan was editing the film.[35]

The film score was composed by The Newton Brothers (Andy Grush and Taylor Stewart), who also composed scores for Flanagan's previous works.[36]WaterTower Music has released the film score. The score is heavily inspired by the music of The Shining and includes a reworked rendition of the main theme, Dies Irae.

Vintage music by Al Bowlly, Ray Noble and Henry Hall is also included in the film, reprising the key part it played in “The Shining”. “Home” by Henry Hall & The Gleneagles Hotel Band is available on one release. “And The Bands Played On”. Decca DDV /2. The song was never issued before and was remastered by Keith Gooden & Geoff Milne at Decca in England.

Themes[edit]

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Author Stephen King said he wrote Doctor Sleep because he wondered what Danny Torrance would be like as an adult. Flanagan has stated, "Danny is so traumatized by what he's been through, he has no idea how to deal with this," and McGregor added, "Dan Torrance's philosophy early on in the story is not to use the shining. He's drunk to suppress the horrible visitations, the spirits that are from the Overlook Hotel."[37]

Flanagan described The Shining as "very much about addiction, which is doom. It's about annihilation and the destruction of a family," while Doctor Sleep was about "recovery," stating, "In the way that addiction feels like doom and annihilation, recovery is rebirth, and recovery is salvation, in a way."[38]

Release[edit]

Doctor Sleep had its world premiere at the Regency Village Theater in Westwood, Los Angeles in October 21, Warner Bros. Pictures released the film theatrically in the United States and Canada on November 8, [39] They opened the film globally earlier, October 31, , coinciding with Halloween.[40] The film was initially scheduled to be released on January 24, Deadline Hollywood said the rescheduling reflected Warner Bros. giving "a major vote of confidence" in the film.[41]

A director's cut along with the theatrical cut of Doctor Sleep was released on Digital HD on January 21, and was released on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K on February 4.[42][43] The director's cut is 28 minutes longer.

Reception[edit]

Box office[edit]

Doctor Sleep grossed $ million in the United States and Canada, and $ million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $ million.[4][5]

In the United States and Canada, the film was released alongside Last Christmas, Midway, and Playing with Fire, and was initially projected to gross $25–30 million from 3, theaters in its opening weekend.[44]BoxOffice wrote, "Early social and trailer trends are indicative of a potential box office hit should reviews and audience reception prove favorable," but added, "Doctor Sleep's primary barrier to breakout status could be how reliant it is on younger audience familiarity with the source Stephen King novels and/or The Shining."[45] The film made $ million on its first day, including a combined $ million from advanced preview screenings on October 30 and Thursday night previews on November 7, lowering weekend projections to $12 million. It ended up debuting to $ million, getting upset by Midway for the top spot. Deadline Hollywood speculated that despite it being "well-reviewed and well-received" by critics and audiences, the underperformance was due to the 21&#;2-hour runtime, as well as the perception the film was meant for older audiences (67% of the opening weekend attendance was over the age of 24).[3]

Following its debut, it was projected the film would lose Warner Bros. around $20 million.[46] In its second weekend the film made $ million, dropping to sixth.[47]Business Insider speculated that, according to box-office experts, Warner Bros. overestimated The Shining's influence among younger audiences, who don't care much about Kubrick's film, as well as the mistake Warner Bros. made to release the film worldwide in November after Halloween.[48]

Critical response[edit]

On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 78% based on reviews, with an average rating of / The website's critics consensus reads, "Doctor Sleep forsakes the elemental terror of its predecessor for a more contemplative sequel that balances poignant themes against spine-tingling chills."[49]Metacritic assigned the film a weighted average score of 59 out of , based on 46 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[50] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "B+" on an A+ to F scale, while those surveyed at PostTrak gave it an average four out of five, with 60% saying they would definitely recommend it to a friend.[51]

Brian Tallerico of RogerEbert.com gave the film three out of four, stating, "Flanagan was tasked with making a sequel to a film that stays loyal to a book that ignores the changes made in the first movie. That ain't easy And while one can sometimes feel Flanagan struggling to satisfy both King and Kubrick fans when he really should be trusting his own vision, he's talented enough to pull off this difficult blend of legacies."[52] Simran Hans of The Guardian gave the film four out of five, noting "adapting Stephen King is one thing, writing a spiritual sequel to a Stanley Kubrick movie quite another. Director Mike Flanagan takes on King's follow-up novel to The Shining, but adjusts some details to ensure continuity with Kubrick's cult adaptation of the original book The new material is fresher and considerably more fun."[53]

BBC's critic Nicholas Barber gave the film four out of five and stated, "Credible in its characterisation, rich in mythological detail, and touchingly sincere in its treatment of alcoholism and trauma, the film is impressive in all sorts of ways. But its greatest achievement is that it makes The Shining seem like a prequel – a tantalising glimpse of a richer and more substantial narrative."[54] Chris Hewitt of Empire gave the film three out of five and noted, "Working off source material that is very different from its predecessor, anyone expecting a straightforward Shining sequel will be disappointed. This isn't a gruelling exercise in pure horror. It's odder and more contemplative, but worth checking in."[55] Kyle Smith of National Review wrote "Though Kubrick's adaptation and The Shawshank Redemption are the only films made from King's stories that achieved greatness, nearly everything he writes contains at least one brilliantly twisted element, and Doctor Sleep has lots of them. It's a shame that more top-tier directors haven't chosen to dig around in the capacious mines of King's imagination."[56]

Peter Travers of Rolling Stone gave the film three out of five stars, saying: "Doctor Sleep relies way too much on borrowed inspiration and eventually runs out of — pardon the word — steam. But this flawed hybrid of King and Kubrick still has the stuff to keep you up nights."[57]Angelica Jade Bastién of Vulture wrote "The film aims in its closing moments to be bittersweet yet hopeful. Instead, it has an unintended, even dour messaging about the cost of escaping your past and whether that's even possible in life. Doctor Sleep could probably never fully stand on its own, and perhaps it's not meant to. It's a horror film with messy pleasures if you're able to meet it on its own level."[58] Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter stated, "It doesn't have Jack Nicholson, Stanley Kubrick or even much of the Overlook Hotel, but Rebecca Ferguson and other good actors provide some shine of their own in Doctor Sleep, a drawn-out and seldom pulse-quickening follow-up to The Shining that still has enough going on to forestall any audience slumber."[59]

Tim Grierson of Screen Daily commented, "For a horror director, Flanagan is particularly adept with actors, concerned more about character arcs than cheap frights. That's why Doctor Sleep's uninspired plotting feels even more disappointing. Flanagan gives us such a sense of these people — their demons, their fears, their resilience — that it's a shame that the twists and turns aren't as compelling. Not everyone will make it out alive from the Overlook, but Flanagan brings enough smarts and soul to the flawed, fascinating Doctor Sleep that he manages to escape The Shining's shadow mostly unscathed."[60] Michael O'Sullivan of The Washington Post gave the film two stars out of four and wrote "Part homage to Kubrick's moody atmospherics, and part hyper-literal superhero story, Doctor Sleep is stylish, engrossing, at times frustratingly illogical and, ultimately less than profoundly unsettling Doctor Sleep will by no means make you drowsy, but it won't keep anyone up at night either."[61] Austin Collins of Vanity Fair added "Doctor Sleep is a horror movie, but what's immediately striking is its sudden breadth, it's humble resistance to the usual perils and thrills of blockbuster. It's refreshing. This is a story that feels larger than it is, in part because this story takes the shine and does something with it, reveals it for the tenuous, impermanent, vulnerable force that it is."[62] Michael Roffman of Consequence of Sound mentioned "Doctor Sleep shouldn't work. Even now, the idea of making a big-budget sequel to arguably the greatest horror film of all time reads like a disaster on paper. Yet, to our surprise, Flanagan's execution warrants its existence."[63]

Tom Philip of GQ wrote "while Flanagan delivers an ending that sort of respects King's book and rhymes with The Shining's filmed conclusion, it all feels quite forced. At its heart, this is a film about a son rejecting his destiny to become his ghoulish father and forge his own path. It's a shame Doctor Sleep doesn't have the guts to do the same."[64] Johnny Oleksinski of New York Post gave the film three out of four and said, "The movie skillfully builds to the tense final sequence, in which writer/director Mike Flanagan has re-created the hotel just as it was in the film. He even films it in Kubrick's cavernous, blinding manner."[65]

David Sims of The Atlantic said, "Flanagan clearly understands how Kubrick's adaptation eclipsed King's attachment to the original story and became entrenched in the broader culture. But this movie is still just a very good facsimile. Doctor Sleep is wonderfully reverent when it comes to Kubrick's film, but that means it can't escape The Shining's shadow, no matter how much King might have wanted it to."[66] Eric Kohn of IndieWire gave the film a C+ grade, commenting, " Doctor Sleep shows considerable effort to ingratiate itself to discerning cinephiles, from the moody Newton Brothers score to cinematographer Michael Fimognari's dark blue nighttime palette; as a whole, the movie conjures an eerie and wondrous atmosphere that blends abject terror with a somber, mournful quality unique to Flanagan's oeuvre. But his pandering to dueling source material results in a jagged puzzle beneath both of their standards".[67] Alison Foreman of Mashable stated, "Doctor Sleep could have tried to be The Shining's sequel, an intimidated son yearning to be like his father. Instead, it's entirely new Doctor Sleep isn't The Shining, but it does shine."[68] Justin Chang of Los Angeles Times wrote, "You can't blame Flanagan for fetishizing the visual iconography of Kubrick's movie, for plunging back into his funhouse of horrors like the proverbial kid in a candy store. But the effect can't help but fundamentally alter the tone and intent of Doctor Sleep, briefly transforming a richly disturbing fantasy into an extravagant act of fan service. It taps into the minutiae of Kubrick's masterwork without fully teasing out its mystery."[69]

Accolades[edit]

Future[edit]

Prior to the film's release, Warner Bros. had enough confidence in the film that they hired Flanagan to script a prequel with the working title Hallorann, focusing on the character of Dick Hallorann. Following the disappointing box-office performance of Doctor Sleep, the future of the project is unclear.[71]

Flanagan also confirmed that he was interested in directing a sequel focused on Abra Stone, and that he had asked King, who was open to the idea.[72]

See also[edit]

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