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January 3, 2013
‘Carrie’ pushed back from March to October
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After watching “Let Me In,” the American remake of “Let The Right One In,” I was waiting for Chloe Moretz’s next dark role. When I heard she had the lead role in the upcoming “Carrie” remake, I was more than excited to see the film. Now it looks like the original release date in March has been pushed all the way back to October.
A horror movie being pushed to October…can’t say that I’m surprised. A release during the month of Halloween probably means a bigger opening weekend due to the fact that most people will be in the horror mood during the month of Halloween. I’ll admit that I am disappointed that I have to wait that much longer to see the film, but it’s probably a smart move.
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