Director Kimberly Peirce’s Carrie isn’t so much a new adaptation of Stephen King’s novel as it is a disappointing copy of Brian De Palma’s 1976 horror classic.
With Comic-Con on the horizon, movie studios have unleashed new posters for films like Godzilla, The World’s End, Carrie and 300: Rise of an Empire.
At CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Sony Pictures previewed a wide range of upcoming releases, including extended looks at sci-fi movies After Earth and Elysium, and the action-packed White House Down.
Chloë Grace Moretz and Julianna Moore take center stage in the first trailer for Kimberly Peirce’s remake of Carrie, which arrives in theaters Oct. 18.
2013 sees at least two movies promising the end of the world (Comedies This Is The End and The World’s End), but also two movies set after the apocalypse (Oblivion and After Earth). It’s a year that has remakes of horror classics (Evil Dead, Carrie), sequels galore (New installments of The Hobbit, The Hunger Games, Kick-Ass, Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs and, of course, GI Joe: Retaliation) and a relaunch for Superman himself with Man of Steel. In other words, it’s a pretty packed year. But which of the movies due for release next year are you most excited about?
Director Kimberly Peirce discusses remaking Carrie, casting young star Chloë Grace Moretz, and the pressure to create an ending that can stand up to Brian DePalma’s 1976 version.
Four-time Academy Award nominee Julianne Moore talks about playing mother Margaret White in director Kimberly Peirce’s Carrie remake, and the timelessness of Stephen King’s original novel.
Carrie star Chloë Grace Moretz chats with Spinoff Online about what she loves about the Stephen King novel, what attracts her to dark roles, and filming the infamously bloody prom scene.
Mere days after its New York Comic Con premiere, MGM and Screen Gems have released the teaser trailer for director Kimberly Peirce’s remake of the 1976 horror film Carrie.
Carrie director Kimberly Pierce and stars Chloë Grace Moretz and Julianne Moore premiered a teaser for their remake of the classic horror film at New York Comic Con.