Nicolas Winding Refn is clearly a serious B-movie fan—an influence that’s shown in the style and content of his own works, like Drive and Only God Forgives. And now his interest has expanded to producing remakes of some of the genre’s classics, with a new title, 1972 giallo film What Have You Done to Solange?, joining…
Yesterday, we learned that the Nicolas Winding Refn-produced remake of legendary B-movie Maniac Cop was zooming full steam ahead. And now the Danish filmmaker is throwing his weight behind a remake of 1968 British historical horror film Witchfinder General. What’s next? Shriek of the Mutilated? Food of the Gods?
The outstandingly trashy cult classic Maniac Cop—made in 1988 by legendary B-movie director William Lustig, and starring the singular Robert Z’Dar—has been threatened with getting a remake for some time, with John Hyams (The Originals, Z Nation) directing from a script by comics writer Ed Brubaker. And it just got a…
Nicolas Winding Refn doesn’t collect movie posters. And yet, he’s about to release a book of movie posters. It’s a typical curiosity from the director of Drive and Bronson, who was at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas to talk about the book, which is called The Act of Seeing.
Nicolas Winding Refn, the director of Bronson, Drive, and the upcoming Neon Demon, has a problem. That problem is his insane amount of exploitation posters from New York’s down and dirty Times Square days. To solve this problem, he put them into a book, and it’s fucking crazy.
Okay, we'll admit it. We did not expect the plot for Nicolas Winding Refn's female-lead horror movie Neon Demon to be centered around cannibal supermodels. You've got our attention now, Refn.
It's officially happening — Neon Demon, Nicolas Winding Refn's female-driven horror movie previously known as I Walk With The Dead is getting made. Let's hope Carey Mulligan, who was previously reported as starring in it, still has a big role.
It's official: Barbarella is coming back as a TV series on Amazon.com. But can a TV show really recapture the miracle that is this 1960s pop-art space opera? Here are all the things the new TV version must include — including all the lingering questions from the original that must be answered!
Heady director of Drive, Nicolas Winding Refn has found a home for his rebooted Barbarella TV series. But will it still have the Excessive Machine?
The Logan's Run movie has been in the pipeline for years — and it was starting to look as though this classic dystopian tale was going to be stuck in development hell forever. But at least now there's some movement.
Nicolas Winding Refn's (Drive) TV adaptation of Barbarella just nabbed an unexpected pair of writers. Neal Purvis and Robert Wade (Skyfall, Casino Royale) have been hired to bring this TV show to life. Please please let one episode just be titled "The Excessive Machine."
Indie darling Nicolas Winding Refn's next project has us A.) scratching our heads; and B.) very, very excited. Refn will be directing and executive-producing the TV series Barbarella. Oh, Pygar!
It looks like the new Logan's Run movie might be moving forward after all. Writer Andrew Baldwin, who got his unproduced Western screenplay The West Is Dead onto the prestigious Black List of hot spec scripts, has been tapped to rewrite Logan's Run for Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn.
There's no shortage of praise for Ridley Scott, Peter Jackson, Steven Spielberg and the rest of Hollywood's science fiction and fantasy titans. But who are the next generation of myth-makers? Who should you be keeping an eye on? Who will make the genre-defining movies that everyone else will feverishly race to copy?
How do you remake Logan's Run? What do you do with Box? Critically adored director Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive) explained to us how he'll have to alter the original novel for modern day audiences.
Big reboot news! Warner Bros is busy trying to bring Ryan Gosling and his frequent collaborator, director Nicolas Winding Refn (Bronson, Drive), together for the Logan's Run remake. Which means, this reboot might actually have more than a snowball's chance in hell at being awesome.