Nostalgia or lack of ideas? Here we present you the most anticipated remakes of this year
The nostalgia of the 60s, 70s and 80s is trendy. In recent years there has been a boom in remakes of series and films from those decades. This year some have already been announced. Many may think that this shows the lack of creativity of the producers to write new stories, but the truth is that these remakes will have a generation that met television through these series and movies stuck again to the screen. Here you can find a list with the 5 most anticipated remakes.
According to Variety magazine, the beloved alien will return to the screen. This reboot is in its early stages of production, which Warner Bros. Television chain handles. According to the magazine, it will be Alf out of area 51, where he has been captive since the end of the original series, knowing this new world. We can not wait!
Last month, the remake of the 1960s sitcom Bewitched was announced. It is now a modern interracial couple in our world today. Samantha will now be a black woman married to a white man, Darren. The series will be produced by the creator of Black-ish, Kenya Barris, for the ABC network. Barris told Deadline that the remake will have a new focus, it will be about the difficulties of this woman in the United States and how being magical will not always be enough to overcome them.
The Hollywood Reporter announced in July of this year the remake of Charlie's Angels. These detectives will return to the big screen directed by Elizabeth Banks. This film had already been remade in 2000, but this new version will be based on the original series of 1976. The film will feature the participation of Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska as protagonists.
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Paramount is preparing a remake of the most famous babies of television in the form of a film, which is estimated to be released in 2020. Rugrats is already a classic of Nickelodeon cartoons. All the children of the 1990s saw them and will surely fill the movie theaters that revive the antics of Tommy, Chuckie, the twins Phil and Lil and the evil Angelica.
CBS brings private investigator Sullivan Magnum back to the beaches of Hawaii. This time the role previously played by the iconic Tom Selleck will be done by the Latin Jay Hernández of Suicide Squad. It will be necessary to see how the fans of Selleck, his mustache and his flowered shirts react. Sometimes nostalgia fills movie theaters and raises ratings, but sometimes rejects everything new.
LatinAmerican Post | Juliana Rodríguez Pabón
Translated from "¡Vuelven nuestras series favoritas! Estos son los 5 remakes más esperados"