Warner Bros. has tapped "Hercules" writer and "Colony" showrunner Ryan Condal to write the script for the long-gestating reboot of "Logan's Run," which previously received a treatment from "X-Men: Days of Future Past" writer-producer Simon Kinberg.
According to Variety, Kinberg is producing the latest take on "Logan's Run," alongside Joel Silver and Greg Berlanti of Warner Bros. Television and DCTV fame.
Prior to this incarnation, a "Logan's Run" remake was in development in 2010 under director Carl Rinsch, and producers Silver and Akiva Goldsman. Bryan Singer, Skip Woods, Robert Schwentke and James McTeigue had also been rumored to direct the project, which never came into fruition.
Based on the 1967 novel by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson, "Logan's Run" was adapted as a popular 1976 film with Michael York, about a man who attempts to outrun cops that kill anyone over the age of 30.