Remake of the big screen the 1986 sci-fi cult hit "Highlander," with "Iron Man" co-writers Art Marcum and Matt Holloway.
The Russell Mulcahy-directed original starred Christopher Lambert, Sean Connery and Clancy Brown as immortal beings. Lambert played Scottish swordsman Connor MacLeod, Connery an Egyptian and Clancy a barbarian known as the Kurgan. The movie spawned four sequels and three television series. Peter Davis, one of the original producers of the 1986 film, will also produce the new version of the film.
WWE Superstar and Guardians of the Galaxy scene stealer Dave Bautista is rumored to play The Kurgan in Highlander.
Summit Entertainment is courting Tom Cruise for Sean Connery's Juan Ramirez role in the upcoming Highlander reboot.
The project will be the visual effects supervisor's directorial debut. No stars have been attached as of yet.
The actor was going to play Connor MacLeod, but decided to part ways with the project after an extended development period.
The Intruders director is leaving due to creative differences, after spending more than a year working on the remake for Summit.
The Green Lantern star will play the immortal Connor McLeod in director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's remake for Summit Entertainment.
The actor is in the lead for director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's upcoming fantasy adventure.
The 28 Weeks Later director is Summit Entertainment's number one choice to helm this remake of the cult classic.
The 28 Weeks Later director is in early talks for Summit Entertainment's remake after Justin Lin bowed out of the project last month.
The director has too much on his plate with the sequels Fast Six and Terminator 5 moving forward.
Justin Lin will direct this remake centering on Connor McLeod, an immortal Scottish warrior.
The Twilight screenwriter will take on the Connor McLeod saga, with Justin Lin attached to direct for Summit Entertainment.
The Fast & Furious director and producer reunite for a new remake.
If they're going to remake the film, at least the new lead is actually Scottish.