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New image from Carrie remake

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While most remakes leave us less than impressed, the upcoming revamped version of Stephen King's Carrie looks set to be pretty good.

Despite the fact its release date has been pushed back 10 months, we can at least console ourselves with a look at one of the latest images from the film.

In it we see Carrie, played by Chloë Moretz, drenched in what we imagine is pigs blood, just after her school mates have poured a bucket of the stuff over her.

Based on this image alone, we'll be booking tickets for opening night.

Carrie is out 18th October

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