Home Alone reboot
Disney are working on a reboot of the 90's Christmas classic Home Alone.
They're planning to release it on their new streaming service Disney+.
According to ComicBook.com, Disney chief Bob Iger revealed it will be, 'reimagined for a new generation.'
It's believed the company will also reboot Night at the Museum and Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
Home Alone came out in 1990 and it starred Macaulay Culkin as Kevin McCallister.
Kevin's family accidentally leave him behind when they jet off for Christmas.
The movie follows the 8-year-old as he attempts to protect his family home from two burglars.
The first movie did so well that they returned for a sequel in 1992.
Culkin reprised his role in Home Alone 2: Lost in New York.
This time, Kevin was put on the wrong flight and found himself in the middle of NYC.
Following the franchise's success, they released three spin-off's in 1997, 2002 and 2012.
Culkin however, didn't star in any of them which is probably why they weren't as popular as the original movies.
Fans have been reacting to the news on social media and they aren't happy about it.
'Home Alone is a classic. Just leave it alone.'
Home Alone is a classic. Just leave it alone pic.twitter.com/LtFv4L5uY9
— 🍀🌺 (@Aurelie_Salas) August 7, 2019
If they remake Home Alone i will lose all my faith in God.
— paul orgies (@PaulOrgies) August 7, 2019
— tonycross (@tonylfc4eva) August 7, 2019
— Chris (@3vilchris) August 7, 2019
disney really has the audacity to rt at the museum??? pic.twitter.com/tEUMKop7HX
— frank castle’s whore (@CAPTAlNVALKYRlE) August 7, 2019
Just last Christmas Culkin reprised the role for a Google Advertisement.
Click here for more on that.