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Little Shop of Horrors Remake in the Works

littleshopffhorrors-041509Wrong Turn 3 director Declan O’Brien tells ShockTillYouDrop that he going to be updating Roger Corman’s Little Shop of Horrors:

“I just optioned the remake rights,” O’Brien said. “We’re going to set that up as a studio feature.” The director is going to be shepherded by Roger Corman and The Bourne Identity producer Andrew Tennenbaum.”

O’Brien won’t give up any details on what his approach to the film will be, saying only, “I have a take on it you’re not going to expect. I’m taking it in a different direction, let’s put it that way.”

The original The Little Shop of Horrors was made in 1960.  In 1986 it was remade with Frank Oz at the helm, and starred Rick Moranis, Steve Martin and Bill Murray.

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  • Joshua Critchfield

    what I've read Declan O’Brien has done a good bet of horror, most of it tv work, he would be a good canadate to write or direct a non-musical take on the film. Other wise I'm not sure. Side Note; I didn't like the way the first movie in 1960 or the musical play ended. The 1986 end was fine, but more could have happened. Howard Ashman told Frank Oz, "I wrote it to be stupid."

  • Joshua Critchfield

    what I've read Declan O’Brien has done a good bet of horror, most of it tv work, he would be a good canadate to write or direct a non-musical take on the film. Other wise I'm not sure. Side Note; I didn't like the way the first movie in 1960 or the musical play ended. The 1986 end was fine, but more could have happened. Howard Ashman told Frank Oz, "I wrote it to be stupid."