'1408' Writer Penning 'Pet Sematary' Remake   

March 5, 2010 Another 1980s horror classic that does not need a remake is "Pet Sematary". But the hugely successful Stephen King film is indeed getting a remake. Matthew Greenberg, the man who wrote the script for the good King adaptation "1408," is writing it too.

No solid word yet on a director or a star, although George Clooney was once rumored to be making this remake.

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