The Peacock is developing a modern take on the 1985 Brat Pack film about a group of recent Georgetown University graduates as they adjust to life in the real world. The film's stars included Rob Lowe, Demi Moore, Andrew McCarthy, Judd Nelson, Mare Winningham and Emilio Estevez. "The potential series is described as a modern adaptation of the feature film that showcases a group of close friends struggling with career, commitment and the responsibilities of adulthood," according to The Hollywood Reporter's Leslie Goldberg. Sony Pictures Television is behind St. Elmo's Fire, whose film arm Columbia Pictures distributed the original movie. Former Drop Dead Diva executive producer Josh Berman will pen the script. Funnily enough, an ABC remake of St. Elmo's Fire was announced 10 years ago this week, with original director Joel Schumacher on board, along with Topher Grace as executive producer and Dan Bucatinsky penning the script.