Howard Stern, the infamous disc jockey, is now on board to produce a remake of the 1979 cult classic, Rock 'N' Roll High School.
In the original School, the film focused on a musically-opressed high school whose students rebelled against their principal with assistantance from the punk bank, The Ramones. According to Variety, Stern came on board for thr remake because he was a big fan of the original.
The remake will be written by Alex Winter of Bill from Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure fame.
No other casting or production information has been released. The big question, of course, is who will replace the Ramones as the ban that helps lead the Rock N' Roll revolution?