U.S. film critic Roger Ebert has affirmed that Michael Bay is set to bring classic horror movie 'Rosemary's Baby' back to the big screen.
Cult horror "Rosemary's Baby" is set to be reborn - a revered U.S. film critic has confirmed Michael Bay is bringing the spooky classic back to the big screen. It was rumored in 2008 that the "Transformers" director would remake Roman Polanski's 1968 movie, which saw Mia Farrow play Rosemary, a young woman who is pregnant with the Devil's baby.
Now respected critic Roger Ebert has taken to his Twitter page to tells fans that the film is in the pipeline. He writes, "Michael Bay is remaking Rosemary's Baby. O... kay." Bay's production company Platinum Dunes is overseeing the making of the movie.
"Rosemary's Baby" follows the life of Rosemary Woodhouse who just moves into the Bramford, an old Gothic New York apartment with her husband Gay. Rosemary is warned by her friend that her neigbors want her baby as a sacrifice to the devil. However, she later finds out that they do not want her child for sacrifice as her baby turns out to be Satan's child and is destined take his father place at his side to rule in Hell.