As being reported by The Times, Fatal Attraction, the 1987 thriller starring Michael Douglas and Glenn Close, is to make a comeback as a stage play, hopefully debuting in London's West End by the end of the year.

Based on the story of a man who has an ill-advised weekend fling, Fatal Attraction was the second grossing movie in the year of its release. Famous for putting a generation of men off the idea of adultery, it is also created the term 'bunny boiler', after Glenn Close's character infamously uses a pet rabbit to get back at Douglas after his rejection of her.

Read more about the Fatal Attraction stage play after the jump...
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