An imaginative promotion behind the "Carrie" remake sends people at a Manhattan coffee shop running for the door.
In the stunt, a young woman is shown losing her temper and taking it out on a man by pushing him up a wall -- without even touching him. But the man isn't the only one who bears the brunt of her wrath.
The video has gone viral ahead of the new "Carrie" movie, a remake of the 1976 film based on Stephen King's popular novel.
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