Illustrating Karl Marx’s lesser-known maxim that history repeats itself first as a chick flick and second as a stage musical, the 1990 romance “Ghost” will become the latest cinematic weepie to be translated to the stage. The creative team of “Ghost: The Musical” announced that they would be adapting the supernatural film, in which Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore famously got frisky around a pottery wheel, for a production to open in London’s West End in 2010. Bruce Joel Rubin, who won an Academy Award for the original screenplay, will write the book and lyrics, and Dave Stewart and Glen Ballard will write music and lyrics; Matthew Warchus (Broadway’s coming “God of Carnage”) will direct. No casting or theater was announced. A musical version of the romantic comedy “Sleepless in Seattle,” planned for Broadway in 2010, was announced earlier this week.