Fans of the best ever high school prom scene in the history of rom-coms, we bring you good news.
15 years after it first hit our screens, the Weinstein Company and Miramax are developing a remake of She's All That, reports The Wrap.
Sources told the film news site that Kenny Leon will direct the second installment. Spike Lee's wife, Tonya Lewis Lee, is also thought to be on board as producer.
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The original film, which was based on the story of My Fair Lady, is said to have made $104 Million worldwide since it's released in 1999. It starred Freddie Prinze Jr (he played Zack Siler) and Rachel Leigh Cooke (she was Laney Boggs) along with a supporting cast that included the late Paul Walker, Anna Paquin, Lil' Kim and Usher.
Vanity Fair reports the new version will follow a similar girl-gets-a-makeover-and-becomes-prom-queen story, but it will feature a "diverse cast".
Please, make this happen. And let it include another dance scene, just like this...