The Shining (1980)

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Release Date
Director
Writers
  • Stephen King
  • Stanley Kubrick
  • Diane Johnson
Cast
  • Jack Nicholson
  • Shelley Duvall
  • Danny Lloyd
  • Scatman Crothers
  • Barry Nelson
  • Philip Stone

Latest 'The Shining' News

Stanley Kubrick's The Shining Had a Much Darker Alternate Ending

Stanley Kubrick's The Shining Had a Much Darker Alternate Ending

Producer Jan Harlan and screenwriter Diane Johnson, who co-wrote The Shining with Stanley Kubrick, reveal new details about different alternate endings.

Brian Gallagher

The Shining Prequel The Overlook Hotel Brings on Director Mark Romanek

The Shining Prequel The Overlook Hotel Brings on Director Mark Romanek

The Overlook Hotel is based on the original prologue to Stephen King's The Shining, which was removed before publication.

Brian Gallagher

The Shining Prequel Eyes Gravity Director Alfonso Cuaron

The Shining Prequel Eyes Gravity Director Alfonso Cuaron

Alfonos Cuaron is Warner Bros.' top choice to take the helm on The Overlook Hotel, but the director is already in contention to directed the Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts.

Brian Gallagher

The Shining 8-Bit Trailer

8-Bit Cinema has taken on the classic Stanley Kubrick adaptation in honor of Halloween. Would Stephen King approve of this version?

B. Alan Orange

The Walking Dead Ex-Showrunner Glen Mazzara to Write The Shining Prequel The Overbrook Hotel

This thriller will delve deeper into the history behind the infamous title locale using ideas from Stephen King's novel not in the original movie.

Brian Gallagher

The Shining Prequel May Happen at Warner Bros.

The studio is exploring this potential prequel that focuses on Jack Torrance and his family before their stint at the Overbrook Hotel.

Brian Gallagher

The SUNDAY FUNNIES: 'Honest' Best Picture Posters and The Vampire Diaries' Racy Ads

We also take a hilarious Kanye West interview, quotes from negative reviews of classic movies and more.

Brian Gallagher

The Shining: Special Edition Goes Nuts on DVD October 23

This Stanley Kubrick classic finally gets the release it deserves.

Evan Jacobs