Fuck me, a Police Academy remake?
Yes, say Hollywood Reporters:
New Line is looking for recruits for a relaunched "Police Academy" movie. Original producer Paul Maslansky is back for the new iteration, which has no writer or director attached.
"Academy" was a seven-film lowbrow comedy series from Warner Bros. that saw a city throw open the doors of its police force to any recruit, much to the chagrin of its serious officers. The misfit officers band together and, of course, save the city.
I don't like to throw around the saying, "There is literally nothing on this Earth I want to see less than a Police Academy remake," but there is literally nothing on this Earth I want to see less than a Police Academy remake. Not because it's some untouchable franchise; just that it's so full of misery I never want to hear about it again. It's like hearing that McDonald's is coming up with a new recipe for Filet-O-Fish. What, will it inspire slightly less feelings of shame with each bite?