We've complained about Hollywood running out of ideas before, becoming ever increasingly reliant on sequels and reboots. This latest sees a well-known '60s property turned to for a second time, in the hope that this time they'll strike gold.

'Bewitched' is getting rebooted for a second time at Sony Pictures.

The sitcom was previously brought to the big screen in a 2005 comedy starring Nicole Kidman and Will Ferrell.

It did not go down well...

The original 'Bewitched' starred Elizabeth Montgomery and ran for eight seasons (254 episodes) from 1964.

It follows a witch as she marries an ordinary man, who is unaware of his bride's magical powers.

'Bewitched' was recently parodied in the Marvel series 'Wandavision' which could explain why the reboot is gaining momentum.

Mind you, Sony is still in the early development stage with the project and there are currently no plot details.

There are also no stars attached. But they do have writers in Terry Matalas and Travis Fickett, the creators behind the series 'MacGyver' and '12 Monkeys.'

Additionally, John Davis and John Fox ('Dolemite is My Name,' 'Game Night') are developing the film.

They're basing it on the original sitcom of 'Bewitched', rather than the Ferrell-Kidman flick. (*breathes sigh of relief*)