Fans of the late singer Whitney Houston are furious following news her 1992 movie “The Bodyguard” will be the latest Hollywood film to get a modern-day remake.

Houston and Kevin Costner starred in the original movie, which had several hit songs and is considered the bestselling movie soundtrack of all time.

Tony-nominated playwright Matthew López has been tapped to write the remake of the film. López has received a slew of awards for his play “The Inheritance” and has been nominated for a Tony Award.

However, Houston’s fans are not happy about the reimagining of the movie and are concerned a remake will tarnish the singer’s legacy.

On Wednesday, the movie became a trending topic with fans expressing their frustrations that the remake could ruin the iconic film

“This is such a horrible idea. There is no need for a remake of the legendary movie, ‘The Bodyguard.’ Hollywood refusing to invest in new talent and create new stories is pure laziness at this point,” one person wrote.

Another person predicted the movie wouldn’t do well in theaters. “Y’all doing too much with these remakes. The Bodyguard is a movie that does NOT NEED TO BE TOUCHED. I know there’s more movie ideas out there... This is asking to be a flop,” the individual wrote.

“The Bodyguard,” starring Houston and Costner made over $400 million at the worldwide box office. The film’s soundtrack received two Academy Award nominations and won three Grammys.

Although no one has been cast in the movie, names like Channing Tatum and Cardi B, as well as Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson, have been mentioned for the lead roles.

Whitney Houston Pictured: Whitney Houston accepts the Favorite Artist Award at the American Music Awards on November 22, 2009 in Los Angeles. Photo: Getty Images/Kevork Djansezian