Run, run as fast as you can, but you’ll forever be “The Fugitive”.
It seems like ’tis the season for remakes/reboots as Warner Bros. is looking to develop another instalment of “The Fugitive” for the big screens.
It is unsure whether the adaptation of the movie will be a remake or a reboot, but it is confirmed that it will feature a completely new interpretation of the movie. It is possible that the characters will change, or the plot will be taking a twist.
“The Fugitive” was originally an American TV series broadcasted from 1963 to 1967, with David Janssen starring in the titular role as Richard Kimble. He played a physician who was wrongfully accused of murdering his wife, and was sentenced to death as a result. However, he escaped and began to look for the real killer across the country.
There’s no word on whether any of the original cast members will reprise their roles.
Christina Hodson will be writing the screenplay for the movie while Arnold and Anne Kopelson, who produced the original movie, will be returning as producers.
Production is expected to start by early 2016.