When they run out of ideas, people tend to do remakes.
And that's just what's being done.
Set to premier Wednesday at Paris' Theatre du Chatelet will be the opera adaption of David Cronenberg's 1986 horror flick, The Fly.
Cronenberg will also be directing the show.
The opera will even include tenor Placido Domingo conducting a score by Oscar-winning composer Howard Shore, from The Lord of the Rings.
Cronenberg says, "Someone's 6-year-old said, after seeing one of our rehearsals, that she thought she would have to sleep with her parents for a while, so I guess it's working."
And don't worry, the show will be coming to the US!
It's set to make it's premier here on September 7th at the Los Angeles Opera.
Let's hope the opera lives up to the movie.