In what can only be described as a bad idea comes the news straight from TVLine that Fox is moving forward with its Lethal Weapon adaptation, they have even greenlit a pilot staring Damon Wayans Sr.(In Living Colour, My Wife and Kids) as the co-lead.
The original, classic, not to be tampered with 1987 film starred Mel Gibson (who at that point in history was actually pretty cool) and Danny Glover asmis-matched LAPD detectives Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh who become reluctant partners – some see this film as the birth of the bromance!
Stop remaking stuff!
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