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The marketing team behind the new remake of the horror movie Carrie scared customers in a coffee shop when they used special effects and actors to create a freaky supernatural scene.
The promo was set up in a coffee shop in New York. When an actor spilled coffee on a Carrie look-alike (also an actor), she pushed him up a wall, made chairs and tables move without touching them and caused books and pictures to fly off the wall.
The reactions of unsuspecting customers included screaming, staring in disbelief and running the other way.
According to the Huffington Post, the Carrie was able to fake her telekinetic powers with wire rigging, remote controls and a false wall.
Carrie was originally written as a novel by Stephen King, which was published in 1974. It follows a high school girl, Carrie, who discovers she has telekinetic powers and uses them to get back at everyone who picked on her, according to StephenKing.com.
The new movie will be in theaters Oct. 18.
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