Horror fans were anticipating the film adaptation of Stephen King’s “Carrie” on March 15. On Wednesday, Jan. 2, however, Sony Pictures announced that the remake has been pushed back seven long months to October 18.
“Carrie” stars Chloe Grace Moretz, Judy Greer, Julianne Moore, Alex Russell, and Gabriella Wilde. The supernatural horror follows a troubled young teen, Carrie, who is bullied at school and mistreated by her mother. Carrie’s life takes a turn from bad to worse when her newfound telekinetic powers spin out of control and she is pushed too far.
“Carrie” will hit theaters along with Warner Bros.’ “Seventh Son” October 18.
Halle Berry and Abigail Breslin will take the place of “Carrie” in theaters on March 15 with “The Call.”
According to ComingSoon.net, Sony Pictures has also pushed back “No Good Deed” from October 18 to January 17, 2014. And George Clooney’s “Monuments Men” moved up two days to December 18.
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