We've learned the lesson by now - Hollywood can't leave anything alone. The latest movie they're looking to remake is 'The Naked Gun'.

Released in 1988, 'The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!', to give it its full title, was directed by David Zucker and starred Leslie Nielsen.

The duo had worked together previously on the renowned comedy 'Airplane!'

Nielsen plays Frank Drebin, a kind-hearted but bumbling cop who just about manages to save the day.

The film inspired two sequels in 1991 and 1994.

Seth MacFarlane, who's behind the series 'Family Guy' and the 'Ted' movies, is looking to remake the '80s movie.

It was action movie dad Liam Neeson who revealed the news.

He told People he's been asked to star in it.

"I’ve been approached by Seth MacFarlane and Paramount Studios to maybe resurrect the 'Naked Gun' films," he said.

"It'll either finish my career or bring it in another direction. I honestly don't know."

MacFarlane and Neeson previously worked together in the film 'A Million Ways to Die in the West'.

The Northern Irish actor has certainly demonstrated a knack for comedy, between his roles in 'Life's Too Short' with Ricky Gervais, 'The LEGO Movie', even 'Cold Pursuit', and more.

But can't we just leave some movie franchises alone?