What would you do if someone stole your mind?
That question was first asked in the summer of 1990, when the original "Total Recall," starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as a construction worker who finds he's involved in a revolution on Mars (OR IS HE?), hit theaters.
Now, Sony will ask that question again -- 21 years later -- as a new "Total Recall" will hit theaters this summer on August 3, according to Deadline.
The new "Total Recall," starring Colin Farrell and directed by Len Wiseman (the "Underworld" movies and "Live Free or Die Hard"), is coming out this August? They better hurry up with some stills or a trailer or a "I Love Mars" Facebook page or something.
Sony's summer slate also includes "I Hate You, Dad," which features the highly anticipated team-up of Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg as father and son (Sandler is old enough to be Samberg's father? Shoot us now). The film centers on a father who moves in on the eve of his son’s wedding and promptly begins feuding with the bride-to-be. Look for it on June 22.
Sony will continue the man-child shenanigans with "Here Comes the Boom," in which Sandler's "Grown Ups" and "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" co-star, Kevin James, stars as a high school biology teacher who moonlights as a mixed-martial arts fighter in an effort to raise money to save the school's music program. This bizarre scenario will be unveiled on July 27.
So there you have Sony's plans for the summer. We're up for all of it, though we still can't believe "Total Recall" is actually coming out this year.