Hollywood can't resist a remake, even if it's just unnecessary. But we'll go see 'em anyway, especially Benicio Del Toro's Wolf Man. When it comes to nostalgic, repetitive movie-making, we're like Pavlov's dogs — slobbering all over ourselves.
Forget Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty — Hilary Duffaway and the kid from Air Bud will star in an updated version of Bonnie and Clyde. It's an indie movie, NOT a Disney flick, so you know what that means: Duff in the buff! (Unconfirmed.)
First they say Jaden Smith is taking over for Ralph Macchio. Then we hear Jackie Chan is playing Mr. Miyagi. They should just cast Spencer Pratt as the bully and call it a day. America probably wouldn't mind seeing him get crane-kicked in the face.
Attention Crystal Lake campers: Jared Padalecki and a cast of doomed, hot young bodies will get slashed by hockey-masked boogeyman Jason Voorhies once again. Spooky six degrees of separation: Kevin Bacon starred in the original Friday the 13th.
Daniel Craig will play pirate captain Red Rackham opposite Jamie Bell's boy reporter in The New Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn. Awesome title! But with Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson at the helm, how corny could it be?
Disney is doing a remake of 1975's Escape to Witch Mountain, though this time it's a "Race" starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as a Vegas cabby who rescues two alien kids. We can smell what they're cooking, but it smells sort of weird.