New Line Cinema is planning to develop a remake of director Herbert Ross's 1973 classic The Last of Sheila.
The murder mystery followed a rich Hollywood producer who invites a group of friends to his yacht for a mysterious scavenger hunt. The party takes place one year after his wife's death, who passed at a previous party from a hit and run accident. The vacation turns from a joyful experience to a deadly game of cat and mouse, with many secrets revealed as the night unfolds.
The original starred James Coburn, Raquel Welch, James Mason, Ian McShane and Dyan Cannon.
Beau Flynn is producing the project. He is best known for his work on Journey to the Center of the Earth, which grossed over $300 million worldwide, and this year's sequel, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island. The studio is currently searching for a writer.