The Bodyguard, the renowned 1992 romantic thriller starring Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner, is getting a remake and lots of motion picture fans have simply one concern– why?
The task remains in its early phases however Tony-nominated playwright Matthew Lopez has actually been picked by Warner Bros to compose a movie script.
The 1992 film has among the successful movie soundtracks of perpetuity, consisting of the late Houston’s variation of “I Will Constantly Love You.”
Range reports that the motion picture, which earned more than $400 million around the world, is set to be “reimagined” and has actually called the similarity Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson or Channing Tatum and Cardi B as possible leading duos.
However the news has actually left many individuals asking if a remake is required.
” There is absolutely nothing worth remaking in The Bodyguard, a rubbish movie from a threadbare script that we keep in mind just due to the fact that it caught Whitney Houston at the outright, incandescent supernova zenith of her fame. You can’t remake Whitney Houston, so why trouble?” composed movie critic Person Lodge on Twitter.
Reporter Elie Mystal tweeted: “Possibly … perhaps if John Legend is the vocalist and Charlize Theron is the bodyguard. Perhaps *. I still believe no.”
” Stop remaking the classics,” checked out a tweet from one fan. “The Bodyguard does not require a remake.”
Another Twitter user called the remake a “awful concept,” including: “Hollywood declining to purchase brand-new skill and produce brand-new stories is pure laziness at this moment.”
Author Kirk A. Moore joked: “This will star Camila Cabello and Bradley Cooper.”
Another individual published: “Can we simply NOT! Nobody requested for this … why touch excellence!?”
The news of the remake comes as a biopic about Houston, who passed away in 2012, is set for release in December 2022.
I Wan na Dance With Someone will star Naomi Ackie from Master of None and Star Wars: The Increase of Skywalker Kasi Lemmons, who made the Oscar-nominated Harriet, is directing.
The film guarantees to be a “wondrous, psychological and heartbreaking event of the life and music of Whitney Houston, the best female R&B pop singer of perpetuity,” according to TriStar Pictures.
Talking To Due Date about the biopic, Lemmons stated: “Early in my composing profession I established 2 jobs for Whitney and I had the chance to satisfy her. She was an incredible, unparalleled artist and her story is as amazing as it is terrible. I feel fortunate to be part of bringing her life story and music to the audience.”