Suddenly Seymour! ‘Little Shop Of Horrors’ Remake Announced

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It looks like yet another beloved classic is getting remade. A new version of Little Shop of Horrors is being produced, according to ComicBook.com.  The remake is being directed by Greg Berlanti. Berlanti  has made one film the 2010’s Life As We Know It. He is better known as the creative mind behind the hit  DC TV shows The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow. The script will be written byMatthew Robinson and produced by  Marc Platt. No word yet on production start or release date.

The movie has somewhat of a remake history. The fondly remembered musical, which starred Rick Moranis, Steve Martin, and Ellen Green and was directed by Frank Oz, was itself based on an off-Broadway production inspired by an old Roger Corman movie. 

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