Yup,that film made in 2004 is another getting the remake treatmenthttp://www.denofgeek.com/movies/the-butterfly-effect/26604/the-butterfly-effect-remake-in-the-works
Less than a decade on from its original release, there's a remake in the works - and it has at least a couple of links with the original, including the same producers (AJ Dix, Anthony Rhulen, Chris Bender and JC Spink, in case you were wondering) and the writer and director of the original film, Eric Bress, writing a new take on the script.
It's not yet clear what direction the remake will take, or even why it's being considered so soon. The original was a relatively low-key sci-fi drama thriller which dealt with some fairly heavy themes (and featured Eric Stolz as a highly unpleasant individual). Might the remake attempt to capture a lighter, more crowd-pleasing tone? Or is the remake an attempt to undo the memories of the two sequels, which were made on tiny budgets and went straight to DVD?
Why don't Hollywood remake something useful,like The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones?