What do you see when you die?
There’s bad, there’s so bad it’s good, there’s so bad it’s gone past good and back to bad, there’s excruciating white heat on genitals, there’s eyeball rupturing, and then there’s the Dirty Dancing remake that aired on ABC last night. Wow, just wow. The entire idea of this needless update seemed to be to hit all of…
Hold onto your petticoats and gather your pickled limes: Yet another Little Women remake is in the works.
Lifetime’s first teaser-trailer for its Beaches remake is the visual equivalent of a slumber party group sob. There are hugs (so many hugs). There’s a beautiful child with a single tear meandering down her face. There’s ye olde slow-motion run through a hospital corridor.
Some delightful news: Ice Cube is teaming up with Disney and Tommy Kail, the Tony-award winning director of Hamilton for a “modern and musical” take on that old chestnut, Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist.
Dynasty is the next popular classic to be unnecessarily resurrected for the modern era. The series is getting a reboot with the help of Gossip Girl creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage.
Hollywood cannot leave well enough alone and so in keeping with the tradition of rebooting things that don’t need to be rebooted, director Jon Favreau is stepping up to the plate with a live action remake of The Lion King.
Warner Bros has just green lit a long-percolating remake of A Star Is Born, directed by Bradley Cooper, who also plans to star with Lady Gaga. Expect to see some A C T I N G in this picture.
Nobody puts Jennifer Grey in a Dirty Dancing remake (sorry, it was low-hanging fruit). Although she was offered a role in ABC’s upcoming television movie, she respectfully declined.
Tilda Swinton apparently wants to star in an updated adaptation of Auntie Mame as the iconic eccentric, socialite, and vital role model for young women. This is, obviously, the best possible news.
Here is your first glimpse of Disney’s latest live-action remake, Beauty and the Beast, coming to theaters March 2017.
Tom Hooper, the prolific director of humorless Oscar-bait including Les Miserables, will direct a movie version of the musical Cats. And I’ll just say if I have to sit through a dirtied-up Anne Hathaway scream-belting “Memory” I swear to God I will burn the theater down.
I watched the entire first season of Netflix’s Fuller House in a state of utter astonishment. And now, after the fact, I think it has altered me for life. This is what tripping on ayahuasca must be like.
Since giving a pilot order to the new Nancy Drew-themed television series, CBS has released more details about its premise, reports Variety. Simply titled, Drew, the show will turn the iconic girl detective into a 30-something who “investigates and solves crimes using her uncanny observational skills, all while…
During a Television Critics Association panel for the new Hulu series 11.22.63., James Franco spoke about his upcoming remake of the Lifetime original movie classic, Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?. The original 1996 film starred Tori Spelling as college student who brings her new boyfriend home to meet her mom, only…
Many, many moons ago, a remake of The Crow was reported to be underway. The original 1994 goth movie starred Brandon Lee — Bruce Lee’s son, who faced an eerie, untimely death when he was accidentally killed on set by a defective prop gun. The remake has been postponed under much less tragic, but still almost eerily…
Looks like what George Clooney said about male movie roles easily being switched to female is putting some things into action. An all-female remake of his 2001 hit, Ocean’s Eleven, has been confirmed with Clooney’s pal, Sandra Bullock, as the lead.
Ever since the Ghostbusters remake was first announced, the film has faced criticism and controversy from fans of the original who are appalled that four talented women have dared to portray the paranormal investigating quartet.
ABC’s newest series is not necessarily a reboot, but it is definitely from the past, a past some of us (not me) are trying to forget. The network has pulled from the Julia Roberts film canon to come up with a new half-hour show, which will act as a sequel to My Best Friend’s Wedding. What in the name of Rupert Everett…
Well look at what we’ve got here, a reboot that actually sounds interesting: NBC is planning to remake 1980s mystery series Hart to Hart, but with a gay couple! The original show, which aired from 1979 to 1984, starred Robert Wagner and Stefanie Powers as Jonathan and Jennifer Hart, a glamorous couple who traveled the…