Well, look what the kitty dragged in. The beloved high-school black comedy Jawbreaker will be making a return — to the small screen. In 1999, Jawbreaker writer and director Darren Stein introduced us to three of the most popular girls at Reagan High who ruled the school and dealt in (accidental) death by gigantic candy. Now, Stein is set to co-write and executive produce a television remake of the movie for E!. “The adaptation follows a new clique whose world is rocked by an accidental killing at a bachelorette party,” writes Deadline. “The incident sets in motion an audacious, juicy soap in which the women will go to great lengths to keep their secret hidden.” With cult teen ‘90s movies on the brain, we went shopping for some fun march that pays homage to the best ‘90s kids on film.