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"Die Flucht ins 23. Jahrhundert" (1976) basiert auf dem Roman "Logan's Run" von William F.Nolan...

Im Jahr 2274 lebt der Rest der Menschheit in einer gigantischen Stadt unter riesigen Kuppeln. Man lebt nur zu seinem Vergnügen und tut, was man möchte. Doch die Zeit, die jedem verbleibt, ist begrenzt. Mit 30 Jahren, sobald die in jede Handfläche eingebaute Lebensuhr leuchtet, müssen alle Bewohner ins sogenannte Karussell, wo sie sich in einer religiösen Zeremonie erneuern. Tatsächlich jedoch werden die Geburtstagskinder im Augenblick höchster Entzückung liquidiert. Für die Einhaltung dieser Regeln sorgen die Sandmänner, Polizisten der Kuppelstadt. Jeder, der nicht ins Karussell geht, wird zum Läufer, zum Flüchtling, der von den Sandmännern wie zum Spaß ermordet wird. Kontrolliert wird die ganze Stadt von einem gigantischen Computer...

Eines Tages beauftragt dieser den Sandmann Logan 5 (Michael York, u.a. "Austin Powers") mit der Auffindung aller geflohenen Läufer, die die sogenannte Zuflucht gefunden haben und aus der Stadt geflohen sind. Zu diesem Zweck wird seine Lebensuhr vorgestellt und er selbst zum Läufer. Von den Widerstandsgruppen beinahe umgebracht, findet Logan tatsächlich mit der Läuferin Jessica einen Ausweg aus der Stadt, verfolgt von seinem Kollegen Francis. Nach einigen Abenteuern gelangen die beiden tatsächlich in die Außenwelt und erfahren von einem alten Einsiedler (Peter Ustinov), daß es die angebliche Zuflucht gar nicht gibt...

Nach einigem Hin und Her steht noch immer nicht fest, wer das "Logan's Run"-Remake inszenieren wird... *g*

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[26.10.2012] Wie CS! meldet, ist Ryan Gosling raus aus der lang geplanten "Logan's Run"-Neuverfilmung...

[24.06.2011] 24 Frames berichtet über die Remake-Vision von Nicolas Refn und Ryan Gosling...
[...] Gosling and Refn said the main challenge facing anyone trying to remake the 1976 cult hit is that its futurism needs to be completely scrapped.
" 'Logan's Run' is dated in the sense that everything came true," Refn told 24 Frames. "They've been trying to make it for years with the notion of just trying to remake the original movie. And it has to be rethought." [...]
Gosling, who said he hadn't seen the first film until Refn recommended it on the set of "Drive," added that he believes the group (he, Refn and screenwriter Will Beall) will do things other filmmakers didn't try. "We'll put together a team of futurists and artists and we'll dream on this world," he said. Refn also notes that they're not working in a vacuum: they have the advantage of several sequels to the William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson novel as well as a spinoff TV show.
There may be more than just creative challenges, though. Andrew Niccol's upcoming film "In Time," starring Justin Timberlake and Olivia Wilde, traffics in the same conceit of a society where humans are not allowed to age past a certain point (there they can buy more time), which could complicate the greenlight bid from studio Warner Bros.
And although Gosling could conceivably shoot the movie after he makes "Tales From the Gangster Squad" this summer, don't expect a new "Logan's" to be heading to multiplexes any time soon.
"We're still in the stage of trying to figure out the rules of the road," Refn said. Added Gosling: "Joel [Silver] said the other night, 'Take your time and make it good. It doesn't have to be ready at any point.' "

[14.11.2010] Heat Vision meldet...
Carl Rinsch is no longer attached to direct Logan’s Run.
The Warner Bros. sci-fi project, a fresh adaptation of the 1967 novel by William F. Nolan that was made into a 1976 feature, had Rinsch on board to direct but the commercial director has left the project to devote his energies on Universal’s 47 Ronin.
Both projects were vying to be the feature debut for the director, a hot commercial helmer who only became more in-demand after directing sci-fi short The Gift.
But Ronin pulled ahead in recent weeks when Universal, slotting in a November 21, 2012 release date, became a go picture. [...]
Run has always attracted high-profile filmmakers and visionaries, who have been magnetized by the hook of a future society where people are executed upon reaching a certain age and those that seek to avoid their fate are deemed "runners."
Bryan Singer, Robert Schwentke and Joseph Kosinski are those that have been previously attached as directors.
Warner and producers Joel Silver and Akiva Goldsman have a strong script by Alex Garland and are not inclined to wait for Rinsch to come back after he’s done with Ronin, thus Run now has a director vacancy sign lit outside its door. [...]

[05.10.2010] sprach mit dem Drehbuchautor Alex Garland, u.a. über das Remake...
Logan's Run: "I've been talking to a guy called Carl Rinsch (Ridley Scott's protege) and Warner Bros about making it into a film. I have a slightly uneasy feeling that because I'm now the go-to screenwriter for people who have short lives." [...]

[18.06.2010] Heatvision meldet...
Alex Garland, the writer behind the Danny Boyle-directed movies "28 Days Later..." and "Sunshine," is in negotiations to tackle "Logan's Run" for Warner Bros.
Although best remembered as the 1976 film starring Michael York, Jenny Agutter and Farrah Fawcett, "Run" began as a 1967 novel by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson; it's the book, which had a greatly expanded world compared to the movie, that the studio and producers Joel Silver and Akiva Goldsman are turning to.
Warners has long been trying to get a movie version off the ground and late last month began talking with commercials director Carl Rinsch to come aboard as helmer. [...]

[27.05.2010] Heatvision meldet...
"Logan's Run" might be getting a new pair of legs with Carl Rinsch, who is in talks to direct Warner Bros.' long-in-development sci-fi movie being produced by Joel Silver and Akiva Goldsman.
Rinsch is a huge name in the commercials world who's been looking to make a move into features for quite some time. He was to make his debut with the "Alien" prequel before producer Ridley Scott decided he wanted to helm that himself, and is attached to direct "47 Ronin" for Universal, which has been in development for several years. But he firebranded himself into execs' foreheads in April when "The Gift," the short he made for electronics company Philips, zipped around town.
The sci-fi oriented "Gift" blended realistic robots, a Moscow setting, and a city chase and caught the attention of many execs, who wanted to adapt it into a feature. The process for an adaptation was put on pause by Rinsch as he focused on developing the story (the feature project is now called "Small"). [...]
The project had been set up at Warners since the mid-'90s but heated up in 2004 when Bryan Singer signed on to develop and direct with an eye toward a 2005 release. Singer had begun previsualization work on the project before he bolted to do "Superman Returns" for the studio. "Flightplan" director Robert Schwentke and James McTeigue were helmers that had been associated with the project, while Joseph Kosinski came attached to it in 2007. (Kosinski has since been busy with "Tron Legacy.")
"Run" still has a ways to travel before getting to the screen as Warners' next step after Rinsch's hiring will be bringing on board a new writer to pen a new script. [...]

[28.01.2009] Die meldet...
Remember when Bryan Singer ("The X-Men," "Usual Suspects") was all set to remake "Logan's Run"? Well, Chris Lee, a feature writer at the Los Angeles Times and frequent Hero Complex contributor, was chatting with Singer for a story on the history of the Sundance Film Festival, and the tangential topic of "Logan's" came up. And, well, it doesn't sound like the remake is going to survive through Carousel anytime soon.
"At the moment, I haven't decided. I really don't know," Singer told Lee. "I'm taking a genuine break. The last four years have been really busy with the miniseries, the TV and the movies. I'm taking a few months to collect myself and figure out what I'm going to do in that regard. We did a lot of development on that movie and a lot of work. To start it up again, I wouldn't start it up again without a full commitment. So I have decisions to make. Right now, that's just hanging around." [...]

[12.01.2008] Der TV-Sender Tele 5 zeigt heute um 20.15 Uhr "Flucht ins 23. Jahrhundert"... Die Wiederholung läuft um 2.55 Uhr...

[21.08.2007] meldet...
Commercial director Joseph Kosinski will make his directorial debut on the sci-fi thriller, which is being written by Tim Sexton. Joel Silver is producing through his Warners-based Silver Pictures. [...]
While details of the new take are being kept mum, it is known that it will be low-tech science fiction in a futuristic setting and hew closer to the book than the 1976 movie. The new film will tackle idea of the "greater good" and people devoting themselves to an ideology blindly, while keeping the novel's concepts of runners, Sanctuary and gangs outside the system.
The project had been set up at Warners since the mid-'90s but heated up in 2004 when Bryan Singer signed on to develop and direct with an eye toward a 2005 release. Singer had begun previsualization work on the project before he bolted to do "Superman Returns" for the studio. "Flightplan" director Robert Schwenke and James McTeigue were helmers that had been associated with the project, which eventually fell off the radar.
Kosinski is a former architect whose specs caught the attention of director David Fincher, a building buff who eventually convinced Kosinski to move to Los Angeles, where he joined the director at commercial house, Anonymous Content. Kosinski then moved quickly up the ladder, eventually directing award-winning spots for Nike, Apple and Nintendo using cutting-edge computer technology that erased the lines between reality and CGI.
Kosinski came into Warners with a presentation that included graphic art and animated previsualization that set the look, color, tone and style of the movie he wanted to make. The take jibed with Warners, now living in the post-"300" world where filmmakers can create realistic environments at more modest budgets.
Susan Downey and Navid McIlhargey are overseeing at Silver Pictures. Dan Lin is overseeing for Warners.
Sexton, nominated for an Oscar for his work on "Children of Men," is repped by Endeavor. [...]

[30.05.2007] Latino Review meldet...
[...] Joe Kosinski is the latest director to take a stab at remaking Logan's Run for Warner Bros./Silver Pictures, with talks in progress for Jayson Rothwell and Travis Beachman to pen the sci-fi film. The remake of the 1976 film deals with a society that kills their population when they turn 21 and a young man who plans a daring escape on the eve of his fateful birthday.
The film was originally set up with Bryan Singer to direct and write the initial story. Leonardo DiCaprio was also slated to play the lead character Logan.
Kosinski is an award-winning commercial director known for directing the latest Halo 3 commercial 'Starry Night', Gears of War, and several for Nike. [...]

[14.01.2007] AICN berichtet über eine Filmlocation, die es nun nicht mehr gibt... *g*

[05.07.2006] DH über den Stand der Dinge...
"Bryan Singer has revealed the scope of the "Logan's Run" remake is what has put it tentatively on hold: "It's not dead, it's too magnificent. The world we developed and the things we pre-vised is too extraordinary. These [past] two years were very overwhelming and I couldn't jump right into a movie of that scope and LOGAN'S RUN was becoming a movie of tremendous scope and as I explained in the earlier part of the movie, how challenging and exhausting these things can be. Right now I have to take a sort of enforced vacation"..."

[12.06.2006] Harry von AICN sprach mit Bryan Singer...
Harry Knowles - How quickly are you going to go into LOGAN'S RUN?
Bryan Singer - Uh, I'm debating that now. I don't know, I couldn't tell ya. [...]

[16.05.2006] CS! meldet...
Bryan Singer may not direct the remake of Logan's Run after all, says Variety.
Warner Bros. Pictures and producer Joel Silver want to start filming the sci-fi movie this fall, which would mean Singer might end up shooting two tentpoles -- Logan's Run and a Superman Returns sequel -- back-to-back.
The trade adds that Singer probably won't make an official decision either way about Logan's Run until Superman Returns is released in July.
Assuming Singer's take on the Caped Crusader is a crowd-pleaser, Warners plans to start shooting the sequel in the later part of 2007, with Singer again at the helm.
Even if he doesn't direct Logan's Run, Singer is still likely to play some sort of role and perhaps take a producer's credit. Silver has been developing the project for some time now, with input from Singer.
There's been buzz that V For Vendetta director James McTeigue might step in and helm Logan's Run, but at this point it's just rumor.

[18.07.2005] CS! berichtet über die Comic-Con...
During his Superman Returns panel at Comic-Con International, director Bryan Singer answered a question from the audience about his remake of the '70s sci-fi film Logan's Run, which he will proceed to after finishing Superman Returns next year.
Apparently, the film is already in the design phase, and he said that his movie will be a mix of the book, the original film as well as his own stuff and confirmed that the palm crystals and the concept of "Renewal" will remain in his version.

[13.10.2004] Capone von AICN sprach mit Bryan Singer...
Capone: [...] Are you still committed, after SUPERMAN, to LOGAN'S RUN?
B.S.: My desire to do that film is so much so that I'm already pre-vizing [pre-visualizing] LOGAN'S RUN simultaneously while we're making SUPERMAN, so that by the time I'm done making SUPERMAN, I'll have LOGAN'S RUN completely pre-vized. I've already got five major sequences pre-vized, including Carousel. It's extraordinary, things you've never seen before. I'm usually that excited about something this far out, but if I showed you the pre-viz, I think you'd get a big kick out of it.
Capone: The real question is do you have your costume designer lined up for LOGAN'S RUN?
B.S.: As hard as it is to make sure you have a good and solid Superman suit, I think her greatest challenge will be the LOGAN'S RUN costumes. I told her that the other day actually. We had some artists do some preliminary designs to see if certain things are possible, but when she comes on board it's going to be interesting, especially in the world my LOGAN'S RUN takes place in, it's very strange. [...]

[27.09.2004] AICN zitiert Bryan Singer...
[...] On related subjects, he says that he's going to have a Logan's Run "room" setup in Sydney so he can develop it during the filming of Superman, and move on it immediately afterwards. He says that he feels bad about not participating in X-Men 3 (which he won't). He mentioned a lot of the pre-visualizations on Logan's has already been done, and he seemed really, really excited about it. [...]

[18.07.2004] Wenn man AICN Glauben schenken kann, dann kümmert sich Bryan Singer erstmal um "Superman Returns", statt um "Logan's Run"... *g*

[07.07.2004] meldet...
[...] We also hear that Henry Cavill may not be the next Superman, but rumour has it he is one of the actors being eyed for the lead in Bryan Singer's Logan's Run, set to start lensing in Canada this September. [...]

[12.06.2004] HNR meldet...
[...] Logan's Run has locked into Vancouver for a September production start with Bryan Singer at the helm.
The remake of the classic 1976 sci-fi film will be using the brand new purpose built 4 stage 64,000 sq ft Canadian Motion Picture Park in the Big Bend area of South Burnaby. For a good look at where the studio is check out this link (that's the studio in the middle with Metrotown on the upper right and Downtown Vancouver in the top middle).
They have the studio booked from September 2004 thru September 2005 for what's expected to be one of the largest productions in Vancouver history (if not the largest). The shoot is expected to last until the spring and then the sets will be kept up at CMPP for pick-up shots and re-shoots once the CGI work is nearing completion.
We also hear that they'll be using other studio space around town to supplement their needs; Mammoth Studios has been mentioned to us on a few occasions.
What this does do is potentially throw a clog into Lauren Schuler Donner's plan to have X-Men 3 (and as rumor has it a back-to-back sequel that's either X-Men 4 or a Wolverine spin-off movie) get underway in June 2005. Maybe she means set construction will start in June and filming will take place in late Summer? Or maybe Singer will direct X-Men 4 and someone else will take the directors chair for X-Men 3? Maybe Singer intends to oversee post-production on Logan's Run in Vancouver while filming X-Men 3/X-Men 4? These seem like the most logical options so we'll just have to wait and see how this plays out.

[09.03.2004] DH meldet...
Access Hollywood indicates Matt Damon is tipped to be the lead in the Bryan Singer-directed feature.

[05.03.2004] meldet...
Bryan Singer is ready to run. The filmmaker is in negotiations to develop and direct "Logan's Run" for Warner Bros. Pictures. Singer is producing the project with Joel Silver. Originally a book by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson, the novel takes place in a youth-obsessed future society where residents are euthanized as soon as they turn 21. The story centers on Logan, a police officer whose job it is to track down those who run from their fate. But with his 21st birthday fast approaching, he decides to run as well and search for Sanctuary, a fabled place where older folks live. MGM adapted the book into a 1976 movie starring Michael York as well as a TV series the following year. The '76 version changed the age of euthanasia to 30.

[17.08.2000] The World of Logan's Run zitiert William F. Nolan...
On August 4, 2000, here in Los Angeles, I spent three hours with Skip Woods, the writer/director of the new LOGAN'S RUN. Our talk was intense, detailed, and enthusiastic - and I can happily report that I'm extremely pleased with his plans for the remake. Skip Woods brings real passion to this project. He loves and respects the original novel (having read it "countless times") and he hopes to dramatize as much of it as possible. [...]
Woods is also going to add a number of positive scenes to his script, returning the film concept to a vision much closer to that of the original novel [...]

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Logan's Run
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DVDFlucht ins 23. Jahrhundert (1976)
FSK: Freigegeben ab 12 Jahren
Darsteller: Michael York, Sir Peter Ustinov
Regie: Michael Anderson
DVD Erscheinungstermin: 13. Juli 2007

VHSFlucht ins 23. Jahrhundert (1976)
FSK: Freigegeben ab 12 Jahren
Darsteller: Michael York, Sir Peter Ustinov
Regie: Michael Anderson
Sprache: Deutsch
Laufzeit: 115 Minuten
Video Erscheinungstermin: Januar 1993

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William F. Nolan
Flucht ins 23. Jahrhundert
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