Bruce’s new film Sorry For Your Loss was screened at the 18th Annual Whistler Film Fest Festival this past weekend. While Bruce was not in attendance, director Colin Friesen was there to talk more about the film.
Director Mike Flanagan confirms that filming has wrapped on Doctor Sleep. The film is an adaption of the 2013 novel of the same name and a sequel to The Shining by Stephen King. McGregor will play a grownup Danny “Dan” Torrance and Bruce has been cast as Dr. John Dalton.
Filming commenced in Georgia in September this year and the movie is scheduled for release on January 24, 2020.
That’s a wrap on DOCTOR SLEEP. What an amazing experience. Honored and grateful.
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Based on the 2013 horror novel of the same name by Stephen King, the film follows an adult Danny Torrance (who was a child in King's 1977 horror novel The Shining) with psychic powers he calls "the shining" and dealing with alcoholism like his father did. Danny comes across a cult that feeds on the "steam" of children who have the same psychic powers.
The medical drama revolves around the lives and actions of staff members at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital located in Atlanta, Georgia. Exploring the inner workings of the characters' duties in emergency and hospital medicine, medical malpractice and deliberate violations of medical ethics are also examined, as well as the bureaucracy of the health care industry.
When a new dad has to return home to bury his estranged father, things take a turn for the complicated when the dead man's final wish is to have his ashes scattered on the field of his favorite professional sports team.