Hollywood once again proved that nothing was as successful as 1980s IP when Amazon Prime Video announced that a remake of the eternal TBS,

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1989's Road House, had begun production, Variety reported. The irresistible 1989 original starred Patrick Swayze as martial arts-trained runner Dalton (Jack, James, John?),

Who strives to obliterate Missouri's noisy Double Deuce with his Zen koans and the odd great throw slam him into a petty-gangster for an incredible third act.

Along the way, there's some memorable dialogue as one man's throat is amputated without surgery and another teammate is entangled in a stuffed polar bear.

Jake Gyllenhaal will play ronin 'ramblin', this time a veteran MMA fighter who has moved the bout to the Florida Keys.

Doug Liman (whom Mr. and Mrs. Smith sold out Angelina Jolie to Brad Pitt) will direct the screenplay by Anthony Bagarozzi and Charles Mondry.

The original film's producer, Joel Silver, is leading the effort for his Silver Pictures. The streaming giant shared its excitement yesterday. "'It is a home run for us"

But it's also a great movie that will be enjoyable for a wide audience,” said Jennifer Salke, head of Amazon Studios.

Director Doug Liman also released a statement, "I'm delighted to be putting my own spin on 'Road House' beloved legacy.

Silver told Variety that the new film will combine his previous work with Liman's work. Silver told Variety: "'Road House' originally had a special place in the corner of my heart.