Hollywood's 20 Masters of Horror: The Twisted Talents Raising the Most Hell
Shipka has been living in another decade for several seasons as Don Draper’s outspoken daughter on Mad Men, but for THR’s Horror Issue, the starlet chose to be transported to another time and place — namely, the Overlook Hotel.
Shipka, who soon will take her own stab at horror when she stars in Lifetime’s adaptation of Flowers in the Attic, brought to life the iconic Grady twins from The Shining. “It’s such a psychological thriller. There’s so much hidden detail,” says the actress of the 1980 classic, based on the novel by Stephen King.
And though she’s only 13, Shipka already is a King fan: “His stories are so twisted. They make you think, and I think that’s what horror is about.”
Read THR's complete Masters of Horror list here.
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