The remakes…always come home…like the…dead? That’s correct, the Stephen King novel ‘Pet Sematary’ about a indian burial ground that brings things back to life, but not quite right, is getting a remake over for Paramount. Intruders and 28 Weeks Later … Continue reading

‘Pet Sematary’ Remake Circles ’28 Weeks Later’ Director

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The remakes…always come home…like the…dead?

That’s correct, the Stephen King novel ‘Pet Sematary’ about a indian burial ground that brings things back to life, but not quite right, is getting a remake over for Paramount.

Intruders and 28 Weeks Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo is on board to direct the script by Matt Greenberg and David Kajganich who adapted the book over the 1989 film.

Super-producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura is pulling the strings, so that gives me some hope. You know what would give me more hope?

A really convincing kid.

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  • Hephaestus1

    For fuck’s sake, Hollywood. There’s like 30 other Stephen King novels that haven’t been adapted into films. Stop doing the same shit over and over.

    Hell, I’m still waiting for my “Cell” movie.

  • rsixsmith

    insomnia

  • sunnavab

    Give me The Talisman

  • Hephaestus1

    Both great choices.

  • Dylan

    what if they didn’t have a kid and had a teenager instead? I mena the original is pretty damn good on its own.

  • Evan Pretzer

    Why dont they just snort some coke and adapt Under The Dome in a 200 million per film trilogy? All practical effects.