A 'Clueless' Remake Is in the Works

"Ugh, as if!"
A 'Clueless' Remake Is in the Works
In the era of remakes and reboots, no nostalgia-inducing film favourites are safe anymore — and the latest victim is Clueless.
 
As Deadline reports, the 1995 satirical ode to spoiled rich kids in Beverly Hills is the latest cult classic being tapped for a remake.
 
Paramount is housing the rework, with Girls Trip writer Tracy Oliver producing and Glow writer Marquita Robinson working on the script.
 
The original film was written and directed by Amy Heckerling, and starred up-and-comers at the time like Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash, Brittany Murphy, Paul Rudd and Donald Faison.
 
Sure, the original film was technically an adaptation of Jane Austen's classic novel Emma, but that hasn't stopped fans of the 1995 movie from taking to Twitter in its defence (and to appreciate the ageless wonder that is Paul Rudd).

See some of the reaction below.
 
In other Clueless news, the film is also being adapted for the stage, with an Off Broadway rendition of the story opening on December 11 at the Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre in New York.