5 Reasons Sony Doesn't Need To Remake 'The Craft'

05/13/2015 11:07 pm ET | Updated May 13, 2015
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In completely unnecessary remake news, Sony is remaking the 1996 cult-classic "The Craft."

The original movie starred Robin Tunney, Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell and Rachel True as a group of misfit teens who practice witchcraft for personal gain, before everything ultimately spirals out of control.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the studio has tapped filmmaker Leigh Janiak to write and direct the film, which really has no reason to be remade for the following reasons:

1. The film was the pinnacle of '90's fashion.


The clothes are half of the reason to watch the "The Craft" in the first place.

2. It's a perfect primer for the timeless sleepover game Light As Feather, Stiff As A Board.


What? You never tried it?

3. High school bullies haven't changed in the last 19 years.

Technology may be different, but being mean is a constant.

4. This:

5. Fairuza Balk as Nancy.

Seriously, who are they going to cast in the remake? Selena Gomez?

That's all.

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