'The Lost Boys' remake officially in the works

Warner Bros. is creating a modern-day version
Noah Jupe
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Warner Bros. is getting ready to sink its teeth into 80s vampire classic "The Lost Boys."

The Hollywood Reporter notes that the studio is planning a big screen modern reimagining of the film.

There's already some big names attached, including Noah Jupe from "A Quiet Place" and Jaeden Martell fro "It."

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Jonathan Entwistle will direct the remake.

It's not yet known if filming will return to Santa Cruz, which served as the backdrop for the original film.

The 1987 horror-comedy focused on two brothers who moved to a California beach town terrorized by a stylish vampire bike gang and their foes, the vampire hunters. Kiefer Sutherland, Corey Haim, Corey Feldman and Jason Patric starred in the film, which grossed over $32 million at the box office at the time.

Warner is moving forward with its adaptation after it was announced the pilot at The CW was not moving forward.

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