You probably know by now how I really feel about movie remakes. I don't like the idea of Hollywood remaking movies. Yes, I understand that this happens and always will, however, for me some of these remakes are just a little bit too soon. Today I ran across a long list of movies that probably will get redone and released into theaters.

According to these are the movies that are about to be remade.

  • Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

    I can see this movie being remade just for the 3D value of it. However, I don't expect to see Rick Moranis make a cameo since he retired in 1997.

  • Three Men and a Baby

    I loved this movie! Tom Selleck, Ted Danson, and Steve Guttenberg were excellence. I do understand that they were hot in their time, but c'mon, it wasn't that long ago, do we really need a remake already. How about a new installment Three Men and a Bride. I would enjoy that.


    Rumor has it that Adam Sandler is in talks along with Chris Rock and David Spade.  Expect the Adam Sandler version of comedy with this one.


    Why not do a movie with the same premise and call it something else, Hollywood is great with doing the same movie over and over and coming up with new titles!

  • Drop Dead Fred

    I LOVED this movie. To this day I call gladiolas, gladioleeees. Rik Myall was genius as Drop Dead Fred, and Phoebe Cates was awesome.


    So who would be the pick to play Drop Dead Fred in the remake? None other than Russell Brand. Go figure!

  • Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure

    Whoa! Dude! Seriously? This movie was corny but it was a great show (Don't count this movie out because of its sequel).


    However, can you really replace Rufus? George Carlin is dead so honestly that is the one actor that cannot be replaced in this and it would be a bad thing to try and do!


    Get ready to find a wall and beat your head against it, Justin Beiber is being looked at to star.



  • Overboard

    Even though this movie bombed in the theaters, it quickly became a cult hit on video. I fell in love with Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell as a couple after this movie.


    I would love to see Goldie play the mother in the remake and Kurt play the stuck up crazy rich husband, but unfortunately I don't see either happening since Jennifer Lopez is being looked at for the role. 


    Better yet, why not get Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey back together.  At least we know that Matt could pull off the shirtless scenes.

  • Steven King's It

    No! No! No! No! Yes it was a TV movie and it never went to the big screen, but it is still a classic. The only way this will work is if you bring back Tim Curry as Pennywise. Enough said.

  • Soapdish

    Sally Field, Whoopi Goldberg, Kevin Kline, Robert Downey, Jr., and Elizabeth Shue made up a great cast and this movie worked. It was corny, it was crazy, but it was funny.


    I can understand why Hollywood would want to remake this because it leaves room for a all-star cast, but c'mon most of the actors that were in the original are still well known and alive.

    Put this one off at least 30 years.

  • The NeverEnding Story

    When I think of Hollywood remaking this I get the feeling it will have the look and feel of Narnia. However, I'm guessing with this remake it will be 3D.

  • Flight of the Navigator

    With advancement in computer animation, I can understand why Disney would want to remake this movie. You can expect this one to be in 3D.


    However, please bring back Paul Reubens (a.k.a Pee Wee Herman) as the voice of Max! Max is who made the movie!

  • Poltergeist

    They're Here! The most memorable words from this movie, spoken from little Carol Anne, played by Heather O'Rourke. This movie was followed with 2 squeals.


    I can only imagine what Hollywood will do with this remake. I can't help but wonder how they will incorporate the clown scene into the new movie.


    This movie terrified me as a child, to this day I stay away from clowns (IT had a lot to do with this as well) and I didn't go anywhere near my TV when it had snow fuzz showing for the rest of my childhood.