The trailer reveals Dr Louis Creed, played by Jason Clarke, and his family relocating from Boston to rural Maine.
For those of you who don't know, Pet Sematary is the story of the Creed family, who move to a house in rural ME that's near both a unsafe road where pets are known to get run over and the makeshift cemetery local children have built for said pets. She made a lasting impression on readers and audiences everywhere, and while she can't be spotted in this trailer, she will definitely appear in the Pet Sematary remake - and in a much better way.
Hollywood today is a lot like the animal graveyard in Stephen King's 1983 novel: nothing stays dead for long. Based on the trailer above, this looks like it'll fit the bill nicely. "In the original movie, it's a 21-year-old guy in drag playing it, and in the book, as you recall, it's a 10-year-old girl".
Signing Jamaal Charles is the Right Move for the Jaguars
In Charles, the Jaguars are getting a four-time Pro Bowl performer (2010, 2012-2014) and two-time first-team All-Pro (2010, 2013). The Jacksonville Jaguars signed veteran running back Jamaal Charles to a one-year deal, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on Tuesday.
Japan overtakes Singapore as world's most powerful passport
The index, by Henley & Partners, a citizenship and planning firm, showed Japan to have the most powerful passport on the planet. The countries both climbed to 1st place in February, pushing Germany down to 2nd place for the first time since 2014.
Tropical Storm Michael forms in the Caribbean
The Gulf of Mexico is home to 17 percent of U.S. crude oil and 5 percent of natural gas output daily, according to the U.S. Hurricane force winds extend 45 miles outside the center, and tropical storm force winds extend outwards 175 miles.
XCloud : when Microsoft goes to the Cloud gaming
A new customisable blade hosts the component parts of multiple Xbox One consoles, as well as its associated infrastructure. Microsoft is now testing this service and it will be rolled out for pubic trials in 2019.
China slashes bank reserve requirements amid trade war
Yields of China's 10-year central government bonds have been trending lower this year, standing at 3.633 per cent on Monday. At present, the interest rate on China's benchmark bond is about 60 basis points higher than on the USA one.