Carl Rinsch Directing Warner Bros' New Logan's Run Remake!

May 26, 2010
Source: Heat Vision

Logan's Run

Welcome to the 23rd Century. Heat Vision is reporting that Warner Bros has hired Carl Rinsch, the big up-and-coming director and Ridley Scott protege who most recently directed the The Gift short, to direct their upcoming remake of Logan's Run. We've already known that a remake of this 1979 sci-fi film was in the works, but this is fresh news that we didn't see coming! Joel Silver and Akiva Goldsman are producing the project. Back in 2005 Bryan Singer was attached to Logan's Run and was going to direct, but that was a different iteration. Now it's Rinsch's turn to kick some ass! WB is now looking to find a writer for a rewrite.

Although he's done some shorts and is attached to a number of other projects, such as 47 Ronin, Rinsch still hasn't actually directed a feature film yet. I hear he's been waiting to choose the right project to debut with, and it may be Logan's Run, although I think he might shoot 47 Ronin first. Logan's Run is actually based on a 1967 novel by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson. The film's premise sees a future society that demands the death of everyone upon reaching a certain age. Anyone who veers from that destiny is dubbed a "runner" and is hunted by operatives known as Sandmen. Logan is a Sandman who's forced to go on the run.

I know it's another remake, but I'm actually pretty excited for this, mainly because I think Rinsch may be the next big thing and I'm interested in whatever he ends up directing. Looking forward to seeing this develop!

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Reader Feedback - 8 Comments


Something to look forward too. Great director choice.

Candy Castle on May 26, 2010


At least we all know that this remake will be better than the short lived TV show.

crabby on May 26, 2010


I hope Carl finishes that Russian sci fi joint before tackling Logan. I am very intrigued by that short. It would be a shame to let that one go.

Jeffrey on May 26, 2010


LOVED the first one! (Non-star wars)70's-sci-fi at it's unpractical best!!! I laugh my @ss off everytime I see that tram bubble thingies when they try and run.

jomba joose on May 27, 2010


Enter the Carousel. This is the time of renewal

Lando is a system not a man on May 27, 2010


His debut stars Keeanu Reeves and his sophomore effort will be a remake? This guy's career sounds over before it began.

1-7 on May 31, 2010


I watched Logan's Run for my first time the other day... Totally freakin' loved it! But I'm still looking forward to seeing how Carl Rinsch can modernize it and put his unique style on it. Bring it on!

Alex Billington on May 31, 2010


^ No.

1-7 on Nov 7, 2010

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