If the phrase “Feed me, Seymour!” means anything to you, then you should be excited to know that Warner Bros. is in the process of prepping a remake of hilariously off-kilter musical “Little Shop of Horrors”.

According to Deadline, the upcoming reboot will be helmed by Greg Berlanti, who is currently exec producer on no less than six TV series on the go: “Supergirl”, “Blindspot”, “The Flash”, “Arrow”, “Legends of Tomorrow” and the upcoming Archie Comics adaptation “Riverdale”.

“Little Shop of Horrors” tells the story of a nebbish named Seymour who works in a flower shop, where he discovers a strange plant that will only eat human blood and eventually grows large enough to embark on a murder spree.

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While best known for the 1986 movie musical starring Rick Moranis (and, in hilarious bit parts, Steve Martin and Bill Murray), the original “Little Shop of Horrors” was an el-cheapo 1960 horror comedy from legendary “B movie” producer Roger Corman, featuring one of the earliest screen appearances by a young Jack Nicholson.

“Little Shop” was revived two decades later as an off-Broadway stage musical, upon which the 1986 film was based. No word yet on casting, but Deadline confirms the new film will be based on the musical, not the non-musical 1960 original.