Witching hour: The Craft is getting a reboot
Oh this is going to be *good*
Well if we hadn't reached peak nostalgia already, the latest news out of Hollywood overnight should just about do it.
Cult '90s film The Craft is getting a remake with a female director at the helm. New Girl actress Zoe Lister-Jones will write and direct the new iteration, reports Deadline.
It is not yet known who will fill the four lead roles of the Catholic school girls —originally played by Robin Tunney, Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell and Rachel True — who dabble in witchcraft with serious consequences. The film also starred Skeet Ulrich, who is now playing FP Jones on Riverdale.
The film was a total #mood in 1996 and became and instant classic (not to mention an endless source of inspo for costume parties) so we can only imagine just how good the new version will be.
Stay tuned to Buro. Middle East for updates.
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