Hollywood will come up with yet another new version of one of their hits: the comedy "Look Who Speaks."
The 1989 film written and directed by Amy Heckerling became a huge success thanks to the idea of hearing a baby voice the thoughts and concerns with the voice of Bruce Willis.
The story revolved around her mother, played by Kirstie Alley, abandoned by her boyfriend and looking for an ideal father for the baby Mikey, whom he wanted to be James, a fun taxi driver who, in a role as John Travolta , knew how to dance and fly airplanes.
Though crushed by critics, the comedy was a success and spawned two sequels with more babies to speak, "Look Who's Talking … Also" (1990) and "Look Who's Talking Now!" (1993).
At the time, being a solitary mother was still quite controversial in the US, but now the times are different and Hollywood wants a "modern" version and a "diverse" cast.
The project is still at an early stage and the director and scriptwriter will be Jeremy Garelick, who wrote the comedies "Separated from Fresco" and "The Friend of the Chest" (also performing the second).
Speaking to American media, he said he will enjoy the experience of being the father of four children, including twins.