Because a "Goonies" sequel isn't enough to satisfy our 1980s nostalgia, it appears Warner Bros. has placed its long-gestating "Gremlins" remake on the fast track, according to The Huffington Post.
Ain't It Cool News reports that the reboot is "moving quickly," following several years of development. Last May, we learned that Seth Grahame-Smith, who wrote the novel "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" and the screenplay for "Dark Shadows," had acquired the rights and will produce the film. There's also been word that original executive producer Steven Spielberg may be involved again. (He and Amblin Entertainment have to give the okay before anything can happen.) Beyond those two news items, however, there's been little word on the "Gremlins" reboot until now.
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