Hollywood has been trying to remake Logan’s Run for years, and today, a new creative team has reportedly locked a deal to do just that. Simon Kinberg (X-Men: Dark Phoenix) will apparently direct, and the news also says he’s “currently writing a forthcoming Star Wars movie.”
Do the new McDonald’s uniforms remind you of anything? If you answered “every dystopian sci-fi movie ever,” you’re correct. To me, they invoke a very Logan’s Run future. But mandatory gray-on-gray with a dash of black is pretty much universally recognized as the standard uniform for bleakest of futures.
Science fiction classic Logan’s Run has long been rumored to be grinding its way through the remake machine, and now there’s some fresh intel to be had: Warner Bros has hired Ryan Condal (USA’s Colony) to pen a new screenplay. And it won’t be a remake—not exactly.
Yesterday, science fiction author and screenwriter George Clayton Johnson passed away at the age of 86. He’s best known for novels such as Logan’s Run and shows such as The Twilight Zone and Star Trek.
The Hunger Games movie franchise is about to make another billion quatloos this weekend, so it’s probably not surprising that the people making the Logan’s Run remake want it to be another Hunger Games. But patterning Logan after Hunger, in any way, is an immensely silly idea.
One of the great movies Hollywood has been trying and failing to remake for a long time is Logan’s Run. A who’s who of filmmakers and actors have tried to reimagine the film—and now, X-Men, Fantastic Four and Star Wars producer Simon Kinberg will give it a shot.
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There have been several recent attempts to remake the 1976 dystopian film Logan's Run, with directors like Oblivion's Joseph Kosinski and Drive's Nicolas Winding Refn attached to the project at various points. It appears that at least one of those attempts made it to the concept art stage, giving us these 21st century…
OK, this is pretty cool. There's going to be an organized Logan's Run chase this weekend in the streets of San Francisco. Some folks will be designated Runners, while others will be designated Sandmen, hunting them down.
Nowadays, when you go see a big movie, you assume everything is going to be computer animation and greenscreen, and nothing is real. But a lot of the biggest, craziest movie stunts, past and present, have been entirely practical. Here are some of the most complicated stunt sequences that were created in reality.
The weirdest moment in Logan's Run is probably that bit where we see Logan selecting a sex partner via a remote control, and the chosen partner teleports into his home. But the trouble with that scene isn't just the weird "dialing for casual sex" vibe — it's the terrible user interface, argues expert Chris Noessel.
A “utopia” is a fictional place where everything is perfect; it’s supposed to give us a goal to aspire to, a place that we hope we — or maybe even the entire human race — can one day reach. But not all perfect societies are created equal. In fact, here are nine utopias that actually sound pretty goddamned terrible.
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While some actors insist on performing their own, sometimes dangerous, stunts, many iconic movie action moments were performed by brave stunt doubles. Here are some of the great stunt people of the last hundred years, sometimes captured alongside the actors they've doubled.
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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.
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Hollywood loves remakes. After all, old movies have instant name recognition, and material that's already been proved to work on the screen before. When remaking a book adaptation, you can draw on the previous movie as well as the source material. Of course, remakes are hit and miss — as witness the trail of films…
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.
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