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The deal for Jason Clarke to star in Pet Sematary hasn't yet closed, but he's in talks and, should he wind up locking it down, he'll play the role of Dr. Louis Creed, the main character in the novel. When tragedy strikes the family, that Pet Sematary is put to very questionable use, and the results are.well, they ain't pretty. The cat is brought back from the dead, which soon leads to sinister consequences. True, jumping to conclusions at such an early stage would be a tad premature, but the rebirthing of yet another horror classic once again provokes the question whether any piece of cinema history is sacred these days. So, we're willing to watch some fresh talent taking another stab at Pet Sematary and are excited to see how things continue to develop ahead of the film's April 19, 2019 release.