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New Carrie TV Spot

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In mere days, US audiences will have a chance to see if the new imagining of Stephen King's classic Carrie is worthy of comparison to the much-loved original.

A brand new TV spot has arrived and gives us a deeper look into what we can expect, featuring some new flashes of footage from the frenzied horror pic.

Chloe Grace Moretz and Julianne Moore take on the iconic roles of daughter and mother and the film comes from Boys Don't Cry director Kimberley Peirce.

Carrie hits US cinemas on October 18 and UK cinemas November 29

You can see a previous TV spot below:

(Images: All Star)

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