Fede Alvarez's multiple small budget successes in the horror genre have made him the new Hollywood favorite for franchise reboots.
The planned sequel to Labyrinth recently acquired a director, but which actor could take over David Bowie's iconic role as Jareth the Goblin King?
Jim Henson's cult classic film Labyrinth, which starred David Bowie, is getting a sequel to be directed by Don't Breathe helmer Fede Alvarez.
Forest Whitaker is joining Johnny Depp in Labyrinth, a new film about the investigations into the deaths of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls.
Johnny Depp will headline the drama Labyrinth as Russell Poole, the detective who investigated the deaths of Tupac and Biggie Smalls.
According to Guardians of the Galaxy co-screewriter Nicole Perlman, the forthcoming Labyrinth film will be a sequel to the original, not a remake.
Cult classic Labyrinth is being rebooted by Tri-Star with Guardians of the Galaxy co-writer Nicole Perlman set to write the film's script.
The Jim Henson Company is reportedly developing a sequel to the 1986 fantasy adventure film, 'Labyrinth'.
The search for the Holy Grail takes two women separated by over 800 years on a dangerous journey in the CW miniseries event, 'Labyrinth.'
Disney has acquired the rights to 'Labyrinth,' the story of a princess tasked with saving her father from a dangerous maze - not a remake of the 1986 cult classic.