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|In Movie Theaters:||To Be Announced (TBA)|
|Companies:||Summit Entertainment & 2 more|
The film will focus on the immortal Scottish swordsman Connor MacLeod, who must confront a murderous barbarian -- the last of his kind -- who lusts for a fabled prize.
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Summit plans to expand on the original Highlander premise of immortals hunting each other through the ages. The original 1986 film was directed by Russell Mulcahy and starred Christopher Lambert, Sean Connery, Clancy Brown and Roxanne Hart. It launched four sequels and three TV spinoffs.
28 Weeks Later helmer Juan Carlos Fresnadillo has left the project. According to deadline.com, "Fresnadillo and Summit could not get past the fact they had differing views of the film, and finally agreed to disagree" (11-30-12).
Cedric Nicolas-Troyan will make his feature directorial debut after serving as visual effects supervisor and second unit director on Snow White and The Huntsman (10-28-13).
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Production Updates (23)
- From Sun., November 17, 2013 to Wed., May 21, 2008
- Deadline Sun., November 17, 2013
- changed the production status to Pre-Production
- added Cedric Nicolas-Troyan as director to credits
- Entertainment Weekly Fri., August 23, 2013
- changed the status of Ryan Reynolds to Former
- changed the U.S. film release date from TBA 2014 to TBA
- changed the production status to Development
- Deadline Sat., December 1, 2012
- changed the US film release date from TBA to TBA 2014
- added Ryan Reynolds as The Highlander to the credits
- changed the status of Juan Carlos Fresnadillo to Former
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