CBS is reworking the Lucas Till-led "MacGyver" pilot with a different concept and new batch of actors.
"Arrow's" Katrina Law joins "Aliens" and "Agents of SHIELD" actor Bill Paxton in "Training Day," "X-Men's" Lucas Till stars as MacGyver.
"X-Men" actor Lucas Till will star in the"MacGyver" remake, which joins such new series as "Training Day" and Matt LeBlanc's "Man With a Plan" in the network lineup.
The young actor will play the role made famous by Richard Dean Anderson in the television drama pilot.
The actor is the first person cast in the CBS pilot that reimagines the classic 1980s action-adventure series.
Original executive producer Henry Winkler is returning to "MacGyver" for CBS' reboot.
Hide your household items -- "MacGyver" may return to TV, with a reboot in the works at CBS and James Wan on board to direct the potential pilot
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Director James Wan (Saw, The Conjuring) is in talks with New Line about helming a big-screen adaptation of the '80s action-adventure television series MacGyver.
Augie travels back to his childhood to review the new "MacGyver" comic, whose transition to sequential art is sadly bumpy. Also, we have Cerebus, New York Comic-Con, "The Walking Dead" and more.
"MacGyver" creator Lee David Zlotoff discusses the upcoming Image Comics series based on the character, co-written with Tony Lee, the character's importance in today's world and why he always carries a Swiss Army Knife.