According to some news sources, Warner Bros. is currently talking to Steven Spielberg about possibly selling the rights to Gremlins, so they can start production on a new movie for the franchise. There's no official word if the new movie would be a sequel, remake, reboot or even a prequel, but WB is very interested. Granted, there's no official word from Spielberg about whether he even wants to give it the okay, but what are your thoughts. Assuming he says yes, would you be in favor of another "Gremlins" film? And if you are, would you want it to be a reboot? A remake? A sequel? Or possibly a prequel? What are your thoughts?
I loved original movie. Hopefully if they remake it they don't screw it up.
I loved the old "Gremlins" films, but I shudder to think of what a new one might look like. I'm thinkin' lots of unconvincing CGI.
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