Via The Hollywood Reporter:
DreamWorks has hired Med Men scribe Marti Noxon to take another stab at their proposed remake of 1985’s cult classic Fright Night. Noxon is a veteran of TV vampire sagas, having worked on both Buffy and Angel.
The project was thought Doa earlier this year when Screen Gems halted production, however talks of the demise were premature and the film will be produced by Michael De Luca, Michael Gaeta and Alison Rosenzweig and was
The original horror comedy was written and directed by Tom Holland, and starred William Ragsdale as a young horror fan who recruits his favorite TV horror host (Roddy McDowall) to battle Chris Sarandon’s suburban vampire.
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