Drama

PET SEMATARY – Jason Clarke & Amy Seimetz explain the toughest scene to shot

Based on the seminal horror novel by Stephen King, Pet Sematary is playing now since April 5th everywhere. Pet Sematary follows Dr. Louis Creed, played by Jason Clarke, who, after relocating with his wife Rachel, played by Amy Seimetz, and their two young children from Boston to rural Maine, discovers a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near the family’s new home. When tragedy strikes, Louis turns to his unusual neighbor, Jud Crandall, portrayed by John Lithgow, setting off a perilous chain reaction that unleashes an unfathomable evil with horrific consequences.

PET SEMATARY

Amy Seimetz as Rachel, Jason Clarke as Louis, Hugo Lavoie as Gage, and Jeté Laurence as Ellie in PET SEMATARY, from Paramount Pictures. (Photo Credit: Kerry Hayes)

The film also stars you actress Jeté Laurence, who gave an amazing and remarkable performance as Ellie Creed. The screenplay was written by Jeff Buhler e Matt Greenberg and the film was directed by Kevin Kölsch e Dennis Widmyer. Pet Sematary was produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Mark Vahradian, responsible for the famous and successful franchise Transformers.

I had the opportunity to chat with the protagonists, Jason Clarke and Amy Seimetz, about this new adaptation of one of Stephen King’s most famous books, the script, the toughest scene to shot, working with Jeté Laurence, and more.

Check out the exclusive interview in English:

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