Carrie has released a new clip, Digital Spy said.
The video shows Kimberly Peirce's take on the scene from the horror classic.
It shows Carrie (Chloë Moretz) locked in the closet by her mother (Julianne Moore).
The film centres around the tale of a tortured young woman who develops telekinesis.
Brian De Palma famously adapted Stephen King's debut novel into a film in 1976. Sissy Spacek and Piper Laurie starred in the early movie adaption.
Judy Greer, Portia Doubleday and Alex Russell will also feature in Peirce's remake.
Moretz previously said that film's delay from its originally planned March release was to add content that would make the movie "scarier and more intense".
Carrie will open in US cinemas on October 18 and November 29 in the UK.
Carrie is an American epistolary horror novel and author Stephen King's first published novel, released on April 5, 1974, with an approximate first print-run of 30,000 copies. It revolves around the eponymous Carrie, a shy high-school girl who uses her newly discovered telekinetic powers to exact revenge on those who tease her. King has commented that he finds the work to be "raw" and "with a surprising power to hurt and horrify." It is one of the most frequently banned books in United States schools. Much of the book is written in an epistolary structure, through newspaper clippings, magazine articles, letters, and excerpts from books.
Several adaptations of Carrie have been released, including a 1976 feature film, a 1988 Broadway musical, a 1999 feature film sequel, a 2002 television movie and a new theatrical adaptation of the novel set to be released in 2013.
The book is dedicated to King's wife Tabitha: "This is for Tabby, who got me into it – and then bailed me out of it."
King's 1979 novel The Dead Zone mentions the book in connection with a fire at another high school prom.