A new viral video titled the "Carrie Prank" has captured the interest of millions to date. To promote the upcoming release of movie remake of Stephen King's 1974 best seller "Carrie" marketing company Thinkmodo created the prank video that freaked out a New York City coffee shop's customers according to People reports on Tuesday, October 8.
The viral Carrie prank video depicts a telekinetic "Carries-like' customer who appears to unleash her fury on stuntman in front of the unsuspecting customers.
The Carrie prank was cleverly pulled off and orchestrated with the aid of a well hidden, but harnessed stuntman and some fancy remote controlled tables. and portrays a young woman is using telekinesis after someone knocks over her coffee while hidden cameras capture the freaked out and hilarious reactions of everyone around her.
What do you think about the clever movie marketing "Carrie Prank?"
Carrie – starring Chloe Grace Moretz as the bullied kinetic teen – hits theaters Oct. 18.
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