"Jem and the Hologram" fans, get excited!
Jon M. Chu, the director of "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" and Justin Bieber's "Believe" documentary, is making a big screen version of the hit 1980s cartoon.
Chu announced the new project in a YouTube video earlier today, telling fans, "The movie, without giving away too much, is a modern day, live action reinvention of the 1980s Hasbro classic cartoon 'Jem and the Holograms.'"
The film will be produced by Jason Blum and Bieber's mentor Scooter Braun.
While Chu didn't give away too much info about the exciting new "Jem and the Holograms" movie, he did share one very special detail: he wants fans to contribute their ideas via social media!
There are multiple ways fans can help contribute to the creative process. They can upload a photo or video to the film's Tumblr or even submit themselves as a casting possibility to star in the film.
The film already has its own Twitter account. "#JemTheMovie is happening &we want YOU to be part of it! Help @jonmchu @blumhouse &@scooterbraun make the movie!" they tweeted today following the big news.