The film, which Stanley Kubrick, perhaps the best director of the cinema industry, could not complete because of his death, is brought back to life.

Stanley Kubrick, who directed films such as 2001 A Space Odyssey, Dr Strangelove, A Clockwork Orange and The Shining, sadly passed away in 1999. Like every big name, of course, he has projects that he could not start or finish before he lost his life. One of these projects is about to be implemented again.

According to Variety’s report, the work has begun to revive the movie Lunatic at Large, which Stanley Kubrick co-wrote with Jim Thompson but could not complete it. The plot of the movie is kept secret for now, but the movie is said to be a noir-themed thriller. The two had previously worked on The Killing, Paths of Glory and Spartacus.

Bruce Hendricks and Galen Walker are the names that have taken steps to bring this project back to life. The production process of the film is planned to start in the autumn of this year. Unfortunately, no further details are currently known.

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