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A reboot of a movie about reboots gone wrong. Only a matter of time, we suppose.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, '1408' writer Matthew Greenberg is returning to the Stephen King library to write the upcoming 'Pet Sematary,' an adaptation of King's 1983 book about a city family who moves in near a burial ground that gruesomely re-animates what's buried there.

The book was first made into a film in 1989, but now, over twenty years later, Paramount wants to give the film new life A reboot of a movie about reboots gone wrong. Only a matter of time, we suppose.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, '1408' writer Matthew Greenberg is returning to the Stephen King library to write the upcoming 'Pet Sematary,' an adaptation of King's 1983 book about a city family who moves in near a burial ground that gruesomely re-animates what's buried there.

The book was first made into a film in 1989, but now, over twenty years later, Paramount wants to give the film new life.

Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Steven Schneider will produce.

Though the "reboot" craze is in full swing, a re-imagining of 'Pet Sematary' has reportedly been in the works for quite some time. Before Greenberg signed on, the closest it came to production was when 'Face/Off' writers Mike Werb and Michael Colleary wrote a script that reportedly sparked the interest of George Clooney.

No word yet on if anyone has been approached to star in Greenberg's version.