Return of the "Heathers"?

by | July 11, 2006 | Comments

One of the 1980s’ true cult classics is Daniel Waters‘ "Heathers," and now comes word that the screenwriter and his leading lady, Winona Ryder, might be interested in suiting up for another dish of brazen black comedy.

From EW and JoBlo’s: "According to the "Deal Report" in the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, Winona Ryder and writer/director Daniel Waters are cooking up a sequel to HEATHERS, that dark gem released during the otherwise neon year of 1989. Says Winona, "There’s Heathers in the real world! We have to keep going!"

That’s all the news we have so far. Waters and Ryder recently reunited to create "Sex and Death 101," which will hit theaters early next year.

So yeah, a "Heathers" sequel. Thoughts from the Comment Brigade?

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