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Boys Don't Cry Director Kimberly Peirce In Talks To Direct Carrie Remake

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boys dont cry director in talks for carrie remake

This is an interesting directing choice!

Back in May, Stephen King opened up about the upcoming Carrie remake, and he suggested both David Cronenberg and David Lynch as good choices to direct.

While we agreed that the Davids would both be good for the job, it looks like MGM/Screen Gems has decided to go with Boys Don't Cry director Kimberly Peirce instead.

Peirce is currently in talks for the directing gig, and while we'd probably still lean towards Team Davids if given the choice…we're inclined to approve of this director choice as well.

Now the REAL question is…will Lindsay Lohan get cast as Carrie?!?!?!?!?!?

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7 comments to “Boys Don't Cry Director Kimberly Peirce In Talks To Direct Carrie Remake”

  1. 1

    So Sad that Hollywood can't come up any NEW freakin' ideas and has to keep remaking stuff.

  2. Catty says – reply to this


    WHY OH! WHY????? have they lost their imagination?, soon they"ll be remaking Fatal Attraction or The Cookoos Nest. These type of movies have to be left alone! see what happenned to that awful remake of Psycho?

  3. 3

    I'll probably go see this but I challenge them to find someone better for the lead than Sissy Spacek…

  4. 4

    This is scary

  5. 5

    They should stop messing with the classics!

  6. 6

    This has already been remade very badly! Can't Hollywood come up with ANYTHING new anymore?

  7. 7

    UGH!!! So sick of these remakes but we only have ourselves to blame, if the public would just rent the original and NOT go see these stupid remakes maybe it would force Hollywood to look at some original scripts.