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Digging up King's PET SEMATARY
By Patrick Sauriol
March 11, 2004
Looks like there's life still in Stephen King's PET SEMATARY
. King's 1982 horror novel about a spooked backwoods graveyard with the power to bring back to life dead pets was first filmed and released by Paramount Pictures in 1989, with a sequel following three years later. Now Paramount is interested in making a new SEMATARY
movie again, this time a remake, and so has hired screenwriters Mike Werb and Michael Colleary (FACE/OFF
) to work on the adaptation.
The duo have just finished the pilot script for a proposed S.W.A.T.
TV show and have a sci-fi/action/thriller titled ALIEN PRISON
in development with Columbia Pictures.
This marks the 347,911th Stephen King film project to be made. In further bad joke news, Mrs. Johnson's grade six class at Hebert Hoover Elementary will be performing their version of King's THE STAND
next Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.Got a scoop? Know something that you need to tell us about? Send it to us!