There’s two famous sci-fi properties that Hollywood has been trying to remake for well over a decade now: Barbarella and Logan’s Run. While the original Barbarella didn’t have much of a story, it could be interesting to see what a modern day interpretation could look like. Ditto Logan’s Run.
Kepler is Nvidia's lead graphic card technology. Typically, such graphics tech wouldn’t be capable of running on a mobile device - most of which simply lack the necessary electrical horsepower to drive it.
Barbarella is just one of innumerable sci-fi classics that’s been up for rebooting, and like the potential resurrection of Wonder Woman, it’s been a long time coming for both genre heroines.
When listing your favorite genre flicks, sci-fi and horror practically go hand in hand.
Before science fiction stories crossed over to moviegoers of all ages with Star Wars, genre movies were inherently much darker.
Andrew Niccol is the writer/director of the under-rated sci-fi film, Gattaca, which starred Ethan Hawke, Uma Thurman, and gave a great early role to Jude Law, along with the writer of The Truman Show.
What do Logan's Run and Wonder Woman have in common? Why, director Nicolas Winding Refn, of course!
I'm surprised to see any recent news about this at all because it's been in development for about ten years or more, but apparently things may be moving forward on the remake of Logan's Run.
Logan's Run, the classic dystopian novel by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson, looks like it will actually be made into another feature film. Eventually, we are surely going to run out of classics film to remake.