Bloody-Disgusting has a scoop on the remake of Larry Cohen's 1974 horror film It's Alive:

B-D reporter Hunter Daniels discovered that on the new DVD release of It's Alive 2: It Lives (It Lives Again), which hits retailers on November 7, Director Larry Cohen reveals that he personally is working on a remake of It's Alive, which follows a monster baby with the nasty habit to kill when it's scared. Cohen reveals that this time the baby will be CG but kept mostly in the shadows. We suspect the remake is being set up at Warner Bros. Pictures even though Cohen purchased the rights back in 2005. Cohen reveals that the first film, It's Alive, has made more than $7 million in rentals alone, which could be the reason for the remake. Originally released in 1974, the film starred John P. Ryan, Sharon Farrell, James Dixon, William Wellman Jr. and Shamus Locke.

No word on when the film will go into production!