3 May 2012 1:53 PM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

We often like to refer to the never-ending hunger for remakes, reboots, prequels and sequels as the giant development maw. But rarely do films getting the re-imagining treatment feature actual, huge mouths. Warner Bros. planned new take on Little Shop Of Horrors is an exception to that rule, and now Joseph Gordon-Levitt is considering trying to feed it. Broadway and film producing veteran Marc Platt, who has shepherded the likes of Wicked to the stage, Wanted to our screens and Legally Blonde to both, is overseeing the new version of the story about Seymour, a nervy florist who wins fame and success with a giant, human-gobbling plant. Gordon-Levitt is involved in developing the film and may end up taking the lead.This isn’t even the first time the story will have been remade: the original was birthed by Roger Corman back in 1960, but became even more notorious thanks to »


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