Ken Levine Affirmed Writing Screenplay for Logan’s Run Remake

By   /   Jul 31, 2013

In an interview with Gamespot, Bioshock Infinite director Ken Levine has affirmed that he is working on a new project which is a redo of a 1976 sci-fi film called as ‘Logan’s Run’.

It was also told that the film will be maneuvered by Warner Bros. Pictures.

Speaking with Gamespot in an event in Boston, Levine said that dystopian stories has always had a huge impact on him and it is also evident from his games.

“It was the first dystopia story I ever saw and if you know my games, obviously it had a huge impact on me.”

He further added that he talked to Warner Bros. about the whole project and asked them to give him this job as he thinks of himself the best man for the job.

“So I actually talked to [Warner Bros.] and I sort of forced them to give me the job because I said there is no person on earth who spent more time thinking about Logan’s Run and spent more of his career sort of doing things that came off that experience.”

The news comes well over a month after Deadline reported a similar thing.

In case you don’t know, Levine has already worked for films but that was around 20 years back and now he is making a comeback. As for Logan’s Run remake, it has also been in the pipeline since the mid-90s but the idea never got far away.

The film had Bryan Singer – the director of X-men – at one point as a director along with Christopher McQuarrie who has written countless scripts for the film to no avail.

It’s only a matter of time and we will see how far Levine goes with it!

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