Pet Sematary Remake's Zelda Shows Us Why Dead is Better in New Teaser
The film's latest TV spot introduces its terrifying version of Rachel's sister.
By Chris Morse
Paramount Pictures has released a brand-new TV spot for the upcoming remake of Pet Sematary that gives us a chilling glimpse at Rachel's sister Zelda, who suffered an early death from spinal meningitis and still remains one of the most frightening and stand-out aspects of the original. It would appear that is going to be the case in the new remake as well because that is some frightening footage.
Zelda is portrayed by relatively unknown actress Alyssa Brooke Levine (Un monde à part) but we suspect her role in this one might be a very memorable addition to what looks like it will be a terrifying film. See for yourself in the new teaser above.
The new adaptation of Pet Sematary stars Jason Clarke (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes) as Dr. Louis Creed, Amy Seimetz (Alien: Covenant, Stranger Things) as Rachel Creed, and John Lithgow (Interstellar, 3rd Rock from the Sun) as Jud Crandall.
Pet Sematary will be released early this spring on April 5th, 2019. The film is being directed by Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer for Paramount Pictures. The duo is known for directing other films such as Absence and Starry Eyes, as well as a few episodes of the Scream TV series.
Be sure to keep your eyes peeled on Dead Entertainment for future news on Pet Sematary.
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