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Tuesday, April 26, 2005

More Hitchcock remakes on the way
If you've ever wondered how much better a Hitchcock movie would be if only Michael Bay could have somehow been involved in it, you'll soon get your answer. As Ain't it Cool News reports, his production company, Platinum Dunes, is going ahead with a remake of Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds. And that's not all. As one of the talkbackers on AICN points out, there's also a remake of Hitchcock's 1951 classic Strangers on a Train (an even better film than The Birds) in the works. But IMDb doesn't list anyone as being attached to the project at the moment, so there's still some hope that this ridculously bad idea will be ditched before it gets any further.
:: posted by Donald Melanson, 4/26/2005 Comments (0)
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