British actor Phil Daniels is wary of starring in a QUADROPHENIA remake - because he's convinced film bosses should focus on making new movies.
The star played hero Jimmy Cooper in the 1979 film set in 1960s England, but he's anxious about plans for a big screen revamp.
He tells Britain's The Sun, "I think they've got a script and are seriously thinking about a remake. If there was a sequel I could play Michael Elphick's part, the drunken dad.
"But I don't think there should be a remake. They should move on, do something else, make another cult youth movie."