22 Sep – After the success of "It", it seems that the Muschietti siblings are now looking into adapting another well-known Stephen King tale.
Director Andy Muschietti and his sister, producer Barbara Muschietti, have always loved King's "Pet Sematary" and are now expressing their interest in remaking it for the big screen, according to Entertainment Weekly.
"My affection for "Pet Sematary" will go on until I die. I will always dream about the possibility of making a movie," the director said.
First published in 1983, the horror novel was later adapted into a movie by Mary Lambert in 1989, which starred Dale Midkiff and Denise Crosby as young parents who moved in next to a haunted cemetery.