Michelle Rodriguez is urging Hollywood bosses to come up with some new ideas because she's bored of seeing remakes and 1980s revivals hit cinemas.
Movie theatres have been bulging with big budget reboots in recent years, with new versions of "The A-Team" and "The Karate Kid" among 2010's most high profile offerings.
But the "Avatar" actress is adamant the current trend of re-imagining classic films and bringing 30-year-old ideas back to the big screen has grown tiresome.
She tells Showbizspy.com, "I think the industry needs to wake up and stop doing remakes because I'm kind of falling asleep. They need to start doing movies about something other than comic books and stuff that come out in the Eighties. We've exploited that already. Let's do something new. It's sleepy time in Hollywood right now and we need to find something else."
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