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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Matt Greenberg is the latest writer to take on Paramount’s new film adaptation of Stephen King’s PET SEMATARY, which the studio previously brought to the screen in 1989.
Greenberg comes with solid King credentials, having co-scripted the 2007 release 1408, which stands as the highest-grossing horror film to be derived from one of the author’s works. Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Steven Schneider are producing the latest take on the story of a family that moves to a small town, where the father discovers an ancient Indian burial ground with the power to reanimate the dead; no director has yet been attached. The redux had previously been set up at Alphaville, where George Clooney was interested in starring with a script by FACE/OFF’s Mike Werb and Michael Colleary. Greenberg’s other genre-scripting credits include GHOST BRIGADE (a.k.a. THE KILLING BOX), HALLOWEEN: H20, REIGN OF FIRE and MASTERS OF HORROR’s THE FAIR HAIRED CHILD.
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