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As we edge ever close to the autumnal release date, a new poster has arrived for the much-anticipated remake of Carrie.

Stephen King's iconic novel and Brian De Palma's much-loved 70s adaptation are being given a contemporary update by Boys Don't Cry director Kimberley Peirce. Chloe Moretz and Julianne Moore star as telekinetic outcast and religious fanatic mother respectively.

The new poster recreates the classic bloody pose we know so well and, like the recently released trailer, it promises to be every bit as dark and gruesome as the original.

Carrie hits UK cinemas on November 29

[via Empire]

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