According to Deadline.com, Universal is planning on remaking John Hughes‘ famous 1985 teenage boy fantasy, ‘Weird Science.’ According to the site, the new film will be rated-R, while it’s predecessor was PG-13. (Probably should have been rated-R, all those 80’s movies were so raunchy!)
Details on the proposed remake are non-existent at this point, but writer Brian Lynch floated one brilliant idea: “The WEIRD SCIENCE remake should be two nerdy girls making Channing Tatum.”
The original film, of course, focused on two horny teens (Anthony Michael Hall and Ilan Mitchell-Smith) who used their nerdy science brains to create a perfect woman, complete with “womdigous mammary glands.” Kelly LeBrock played the result of the boys’ science project.
While I hate the idea, I’m kind of intrigued. More intrigued than when I heard they were going to remake ‘Point Blank’ – which I still think is a bad idea.
Man, remember how hot Kelly Lebrock was when this movie came out?
Want to know what she looks like today? Are you sitting down?? AFTER THE JUMP!
Here she is in January! The 53-year-old looks great!