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John Lithgow Joins PET SEMATARY Remake

John Lithgow Joins PET SEMATARY Remake

According to The Hollywood Reporter, actor John Lithgow has been officially added to the cast of the upcoming PET SEMATARY remake. He joins the previously announced Jason Clarke. Lithgow will portray the role of Jud Crandall, originally played by Fred Gwynne. Read more about it from The Hollywood Reporter here!

Lithgow most recently starred on Broadway this winter in JOHN LITHGOW: STORIES BY HEART. He is also known for his roles in SHREK, THE CROWN and RAISING CANE. Dancy is most known for his roles in HANNIBAL, BLACK HAWK DOWN, and ELLA ENCHANTED. Scott can be seen on the hit HBO series VEEP and the upcoming VENOM. Hauser was most recently seen in the Oscar nominated I, TONYA.

In 1989, director Mary Lambert collaborated with King of Horror Stephen King to bring his best-selling book PET SEMATARY to the screen.

It's true that sometimes dead is better, but for two New England filmmakers, the story of Stephen King's PET SEMATARY was far too alluring to leave buried. That's why John Campopiano and Justin White spent nearly five years seeking to uncover the story - from book, to film, to cult status - amounting to the most comprehensive look at the horror classic ever produced. UNEARTHED AND UNTOLD: THE PATH TO PET SEMATARY is both an in-depth independent documentary and celebration of King's classic tale of terror, told through the voices of cast and crew from the 1989 hit film, as well as locals in Maine - the place where it all started.


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