Since their days as prophets in ancient mythology, the blind have held a special place in fiction. This year, we'll not only see Fede Alvarez's Don't Breathe, where a group of thugs break into a blind guy's house, but we'll revisit the story in an older form: See No Evil, Deadline reports. Check out the trailer for the 1971 Mia Farrow-led psychological thriller.
In case you were wondering, this has nothing to do with Kane's See No Evil — although, at 10 years old, I wouldn't put it past Hollywood to remake that, too!
The remake of 1971's See No Evil will be produced by The Strangers's Bryan Bertino, who is also currently working on The Strangers 2.