Just when you thought a classic couldn't possibly be improved on, director Zoe Lister-Jones has taken on the brave task of reimagining The Craft in today's setting.
And if the cast is anything to go by, it's going to be a great addition to the growing cannon of '90s reboots. Today brings the official lineup for the four stars and wow, is it perfect.
Lovie Simon was just announced as the latest addition — she's best known for the TV series Greenleaf.
She'll be joined by Blockers' and The Society's Gideon Adlon.
And Pose's Zoey Luna.
Plus, Cailee Spaeny from Bad Times at the El Royale and Pacific Rim: Uprising will be playing Hannah (a new character, as the reboot follows the next generation of friends), which was revealed a while ago.
As for who will be playing which roles, the reboot's IMDb page is still waiting to be filled.
But we do know that this new version of The Craft will most likely be even more women-centric.
As the 1996 film's director, Andrew Fleming, who is executive coproducing the new one, teased back in 2016 to the Huffington Post, "It’s not so much a remake. It’s sort of saying young women exploring their power, what would that be like right now? Obviously it’s an incredibly relevant, exciting subject … a new group of girls, much more of this era, who begin some explorations with power that they don’t understand."