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Pet Sematary Remake Moves Forward With Two New Directors

Stephen King’s Pet Sematary was already adapted in 1989 by Mary Lambert to moderate critical and financial success, but that’s not to say it can’t use a fresh coat of paint, right? In fact, that’s what the folks at Paramount Pictures are thinking, as they’re pushing ahead with a remake of it and tonight, they’ve found two directors to steer the ship.

Taking the helm here will be Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch, the duo who directed 2014 thriller Starry Eyes. No actors have been cast just yet, and further details on the project are understandably scarce, but the gears are now in motion and we expect things to come together quickly.

For those unfamiliar with Pet Sematary, the story follows the Creed family as they move to a small town in the Northeast which borders a cemetery enabling the buried to return. Head of the family,

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