Paramount, like all Hollywood studios, loves a good reboot. This week they’ve got Terminator Genisys coming out, which reimagines the old James Cameron movie in a whole new light. Earlier this year they had a new version of The Gambler with Mark Wahlberg, and last summer they had a big hit with a reboot of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Lately, they’ve begun exploring ways to take their remaking ways to television; they’re working on a Shutter Island series based on the Martin Scorsese film and a American Gigolo show with producer Jerry Bruckheimer. The latest addition to their remake slate: Fatal Attraction, which is also headed to the small screen.
'Fatal Attraction,' the classic flick starring Glenn Close as an obsessive woman who can't let go of her one-night stand with Michael Douglas, is currently celebrating its 25th anniversary -- and there's much to celebrate. Aside from turning "fatal attraction" into an overused phrase describing the same sort of warped relationship shown on screen, the film has presently grossed more than