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Steven Spielberg is to direct a remake of 1950 Oscar-nominated film Harvey, adapted from the Mary Chase-written play.

The classic film starred James Stewart who befriends an invisible 6ft tall rabbit.

Film publication Variety reveals that the Spielberg remake will be a co-production between 20th Century Fox and DreamWorks.

Variety also speculates that Spielberg is hoping that Tom Hanks or Will Smith will play the title role.

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