Universal Is Remaking ‘Kindergarten Cop’ With A Possible TV Series To Follow

2015 is becoming the year we revisit classic Arnold Schwarzenegger movies. Terminator Genisys hits theaters next month and a new Conan movie is in development. Joining the bandwagon, kinda, is Ivan Reitman’s Kindergarten Cop.

Universal’s 1440 division — which specializes in both direct-to-video sequels and remakes of old movies — is eyeing a remake of the 1990 film for a possible home video release. If all goes according to plan, Showbiz 411 reports the remake could potentially lead into a new TV series.

Here’s the movie’s synopsis from the folks at /Film:

The new film pairs the protagonist with an Indian sidekick named Sanjit. They’re looking for a flash drive stolen from the Federal Witness Protection Program, which has somehow made its way to — you guessed it — a kindergarten classroom. Unnamed Leading Man Type and Sanjit’s adventures also involve a beautiful teacher who takes a shine to our hero, and a bunch of Albanian bad guys.

The remake was written by David H. Steinberg (American Pie 2) and will be directed by Don Michael Paul (Jarhead 2: Field of Fire). Currently, no casting decisions have been made but it’s reported the filmmakers are looking for TV stars to fill the roles to further help cross-over potential.

And in case you’re curious, Kindergarten Cop may be Arnold Schwarzenegger’s favorite film from his career but he will not be returning to the project. Obviously.

(Via Showbiz 411 and /Film)