The sequel to Stephen King's 'The Shining' gets a release date
Thirty-six years after Stephen King published 'The Shining,' his sequel – titled 'Doctor Sleep' – is scheduled to come out in September 2013.
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“Doctor Sleep,” which will follow Danny Torrance as an adult, will be released Sept. 24, 2013.
In the sequel, Danny is now a worker at a nursing home who becomes known as "Doctor Sleep" because of his psychic abilities, which he uses to give comfort to those who are dying. After meeting a young girl with powers like his own, he embarks on a quest to save her from a tribe called the True Knot which ingests the psychic powers of children known as the “shining.”