American actress Jessica Biel thinks 'Total Recall' was ''ripe for a remake'', although she admitted there are plenty of people who think the 1990 original should be left untouched.
Jessica Biel thinks 'Total Recall' was due a remake.
She told WWD.com: "It's ripe for a remake. There are two camps, some who want a remake and some who think it should be Left Alone."
Jessica is set to star as prostitute Melina - who was previously played by Rachel Ticotin - in the motion picture, which will see Kate Beckinsale take up the role of Sharon Stone's old character Lori, with Len Wiseman directing the project.
The sci-fi movie, which is based on the book 'We Can Remember It for You Wholesale' by Philip K. Dick, tells the story of a construction worker Doug Quaid (Colin) who thinks he is a secret agent.
Producer Neal Moritz recently revealed the latest adaptation of the film will follow the novel more than its predecessor.
He said: "It's closer to the book, the big different is we don't go to space. Instead of it being a spaceship that takes us to another planet, there's something that takes us from one side of the plane to another that's really interesting."