You didn't ask for it, but yet another '80s property will be recycled and forced down your throat at a theater near you.  It's 'ALF'...the show about an alien who crash-lands on Earth and ends up living with a suburban family.

The show ran from 1986 to 1990, and ALF (which stands for Alien Life Form) was a furry puppet.  It sounds like the new version will be at least partially computer-animated.

But at least he'll be voiced by the same guy who's always played him:  Paul Fusco, who was also one of the show's creators.

Check out the opening credits from the original TV show:

And here's ALF on 'Good Morning America':

Believe it or not, ALF actually has his very own Facebook page too.