They are remaking The Wizard of Oz (1939,) they recently announced, like in the past 24 hours at least some. Someone found out and posted it on film|boards.
So far, the director is excited, but people online, like on Twitter, are, as usual, not happy because it ruins the original. People are always at the top making this complaint of any remake, probably especially big ones, like Alice in Wonderland (2010) or Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005.)
Who knows what afterthoughts will come up, maybe one something like when the internet became more widely available and Americans mainly functioned using the browser America Online, or "AOL." It seemed like a huge deal to non-Americans, probably because it was so fancy or it limited them in communication in general, using the English American language as a common factor for more people and its subsequent, resulting opportunity.
Not that I would make it here, but I am about to try to make it in Hollywood for money and because I had to give up music for awhile and this was my following dream. My mom died in 2018 from cancer and my dad is dying this year. I have no way of supporting myself that makes sense.