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Despite being linked as director of the forthcoming Escape From New York remake, Robert Rodriguez won't confirm or deny his involvement.
John Carpenter has given his blessing to the Escape From New York remake script, which re-imagines Snake Plissken's original adventure.
Legendary horror director John Carpenter says that he supports all remakes of his films, as long as the people behind the remakes pay him.
Shared movie universes might be all the rage now but Kurt Russell claims he was there first, pitching an Action Hero version in the 80s.
Escape From New York will reportedly get a Robert Rodriguez-directed remake. Which actor could take over the role of Snake Plissken?
Robert Rodriguez is reportedly the frontrunner to direct 20th Century Fox's remake of the John Carpenter classic, Escape From New York.
Potential new details about the Escape From New York reboot reveal major changes to John Carpenter's 1981 cult classic, but promise the same thrills.
Check out these preview pages for the second issue of the Big Trouble In Little China/Escape From New York comic crossover.
Escape From New York/Big Trouble in Little China director John Carpenter and writer Greg Pak discuss the comic book crossover series.
Fox has signed Luther writer Neil Cross to pen the upcoming remake of John Carpenter's 1981 classic Escape From New York.
Fox has secured the rights to remake 'Escape from New York' - and apparently John Carpenter will have 'creative influence over the project.'
A recent report suggests a new shortlist of actors - including Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy) - that may play Snake Plissken in a team-based remake of ‘Escape from New York.'
Producer Joel Silver (Die Hard, The Matrix) provides an update on the long-in-development remake of 'Escape from New York.'
A recent report indicates that Tom Hardy and Jason Statham are on the shortlist to play Snake Plissken in the 'Escape From New York' remake.
It sounds like the 'Escape From New York' reboot is being set aside in favor of an entire trilogy. A wise move, or still a misguided attempt?