It’s hard to imagine what Kubrick was thinking when he was writing his masterwork of science fiction, The Shining, or the equally influential 1968 classic, Eyes Wide Shut.
But even if you did, there’s a good chance that it’s been out of print for years.
In fact, the final volume of the Kubrick Collection is only now being released, and it’s just in time for a very special anniversary.
That’s because it’s the final chapter in the long-running series, which is currently out of production.
The original film, set in a world of post-humanity, was directed by Stanley Kubrick, and was a massive hit.
The films made a splash at Cannes in 1972 and made $3.2 billion at the box office.
Its sequels, which also starred Paul Newman, earned $942 million.
Kubrick was nominated for an Oscar for The Shining.
The Kubrick Collection features all of the original films, plus many of the new ones, as well as the 1979 remake, EyesWideShut.
It’s also the final Kubrick film in the Stanley Kubrick Collection, which will be released in January 2020.
The series is currently in the works for an upcoming TV series.
“I have a wonderful sense of gratitude to the fans,” Kubrick said in a statement.
“It’s been a wonderful ride.
The last few years have been amazing.
It was a great journey, but it was also the best.
I’m going to be celebrating with a special anniversary event in the spring of 2021.”
The series was first released in 1962.
Kubrick went on to direct two more films, the 1973 original, which starred Newman, and the 1984 remake, which stars Harrison Ford.
He also wrote a book, Eyes of the Dragon, which chronicled the story of the movie and its director.
There are many, many other films in the collection, including The Man Who Fell to Earth, Eyes Without Eyes, Eyes from Outer Space, Eyes From Outer Space II, Eyes, and The Shining as well.
The complete Kubrick Collection has sold more than 50 million copies and is considered the best-selling film series in the world.
But the final film is the one most fans are most excited to see.
“The last one, you’ll be seeing in 2021,” Kubrick told The Associated Press.
“If you want to see it, you’ve got to wait.
We’re waiting on the first DVD release.
We have some very exciting plans.”
For more on the Kubrick Series, check out Entertainment Weekly’s archive of interviews.