The 90s classic 'Clueless' is getting the remake treatment, proving once and for all that nothing is sacred.
The feature is in the early stages of development at Paramount, Deadline reports.
'Girls Trip' writer Tracy Oliver is producing while 'Glow' story editor and writer Marquita Robinson will pen the script.
There has been no news yet on whether the project will be updated to a modern setting. There has also been no confirmation of any of the former cast returning.
The original 1995 was loosely based on Jane Austen's 'Emma'. Set mostly in a Beverly Hills high school, it starred Alicia Silverstone as the spoilt but charming Cher, a teenage girl who loves setting people up. However, when it comes to her own love life, she hasn't a clue.
'Clueless' co-starred Paul Rudd, Stacey Dash, Donald Faison and the late Brittany Murphy.
It was previously adapted for a TV series that lasted three seasons.
'Clueless' also recently got a stage adaptation. 'Clueless, the Musical,' starring Dove Cameron, will debut next month in New York.
Fair enough, but does anyone actually want to see another movie of it? As if!