Tony Scott Talks About His "Warriors" Remake

by | October 12, 2005 | Comments

MyMovies.net had a recent sit-down with director Tony Scott ("Domino," "Man on Fire") and the always-busy filmmaker had a few rather interesting things to say about his upcoming remake of "The Warriors" and the original film, as directed by Walter Hill.

"I see it as "Kingdom of Heaven" meets "The Warriors" because with these gangs, instead of having twenty or thirty guys, I‘m going to have three thousand, five thousand guys in the LA river beds and it‘s going to look like LA during the riots," Tony told us explaining "I love the original movie, that‘s why I‘m in doing this but I‘m not going to copy the original".

The remake is a Paramount / MTV Films production, and it’s expected to get underway some time in 2006.

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