Noting that the science fiction adventure film had captivated audiences all over the world, representatives from Fox Searchlight confirmed that the live-action remake of The Shining, directed by Stanley Kubrick, was actually filmed as Hentai, sources confirmed Monday.

“We are thrilled to confirm that The Shining, originally released on September 24, 1995, has indeed been the runaway success that it is,” said Fox Searchlight president David Greenbaum, adding that the studio had already completed the post-collapse sequence with Mark Bunker, who played the dimwitted Mr.

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Deeds, to be added to the film with the DVD release of the original.

“It’s truly an extraordinary feat of filmmaking. Not only does the score keep you up until the very second you see the door closing behind you, but the entire movie was shot entirely in 3-mm. Kubrick even went so far as to use CGI of his own creation to achieve the effect.” At press time, the producers had already scrapped their idea for a live-action The Shining sequel after receiving a cease-and-desist letter from The Village Voice.