Author Stephen King is considering penning a sequel after more than 30 years to his novel 'The Shining,' which was made into a film starring Jack Nicholson.
So says superstar horror author Stephen King, who announced that he's considering a sequel to "The Shining," according to the Torontoist.
King revealed his still iffy plans at a book reading in Toronto for his new novel "Under the Dome" moderated by film director David Cronenberg ("The Fly").
The sequel would focus on the now 40-year-old Danny Torrance, the boy with a gift for second-sight who can communicate with ghosts who was introduced in the 1977 best-seller, according to the Torontoist.
Torrance, still troubled by his spooky past, is now working at a hospice in upstate New York and using his powers to ease the final journey of dying patients.
King mentioned a possible title — "Doctor Sleep" — before adding, "Maybe if I keep talking about it I won't have to write it."