We can add two more films to the "classics" getting the reboot treatment in Hollywood: New versions of 1991's "Point Break" and 1976's "Sparkle" are reportedly in the works.
TheWrap.com reports that Alcon Entertainment is currently working on a reimagining of surfer-heist flick "Point Break," which starred Keanu Reeves as FBI agent Johnny Utah who goes under cover and hangs 10 with a group of surfing criminals, led by Patrick Swayze. The new film will also include an extreme sport, but no word on whether it will still be surfing.
Producer Michael DeLuca explained that the Kathryn Bigelow-directed original was "a Zen meditation on testosterone fueled action and manhood in the late 20th century" that they want to re-create for the 21st century.
In that other remake news, according to Variety, Sony Pictures is readying a remake of "Sparkle," with Jordin Sparks and Whitney Houston (who will also executive produce) rumored to star. Mike Epps has also been attached to the project, with production slated to begin next month.
The original film's plot, inspired by the story of the Supremes, revolved around three Harlem sisters who become a successful 1950s girl group and experience the pitfalls of fame. The new movie will tell the story of an aspiring singer (Sparks) in 1968 Detroit. This will be Houston's first big screen film since 1996's "The Preacher's Wife." This is Sparks' feature film debut.
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