The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that the remake of “A Star Is Born” from Warner Bros. is moving forward, with a due date in the works apparently.

The studio has hired up-and-coming writer Will Fetters to do a draft of the script, which Stephen Rivele, Christopher Wilkinson and Reggie Rock Bythewood have all worked on.

Jon Peters, Billy Gerber and Basil Iwanyk are producing the remake, which has already been remade twice before since the 1937 original film. The film follows a showbiz starlette who falls for an already-established male star, but then while her career continues to rise, his begins to fall.

Stay tuned to for more “A Star Is Born” news.

By Costa Koutsoutis (Source: The Hollywood Reporter)

One thought on “Warner Moving Forward With A Star Is Born Remake”
  1. This is a bad idea. The original was sweet, but dated. The Judy Garland version is a masterpiece. The Barbra Streisand version was a self-indulgent piece of crap. No need for this to happen.

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