Do the words, “I would like… to talk… about Madeleine Ashton…” mean anything to you?

How about, “You pushed me down the stairs?”

Maybe “I can see right through you!” rings a bell?

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If not, then you’re probably not too excited about the news that Bravo is developing a TV series based on the 1992 campy black comedy classic Death Becomes Her, starring Meryl Streep, Bruce Willis, and Goldie Hawn as a trio caught in a nasty love triangle that turns even nastier once a mysterious potion means that neither of the women can be killed. (Not that they don’t try.)

In the years since its release, the Robert Zemeckis flick has become a cult favorite. How could you not love a movie in which “innovative” special effects (at that time) showed Goldie with a giant hole in her stomach? Or Meryl twisting her head backwards?

Writers and casting have yet to be determined, and we doubt that whoever Bravo finds won’t exactly be Meryl caliber. (But who is, really?) Forget Liz & Dick... this is exactly the kind of (intentionally) campy TV project Lindsay Lohan should be a part of.

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The last time an ultra-campy supernatural dark comedy was turned into a TV show, we got Buffy The Vampire Slayer out of it. So this bodes well…

 

What's your favorite line or moment from Death Becomes Her? Share in the comments!