“The Fugitive” is getting another crack at the big screen.
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On Tuesday, Deadline reported that Warner Bros. has hired director Albert Hughes to helm a new reboot of “The Fugitive” from writer Brian Tucker and producer Erik Feig.
Based on the 1963 TV series, the property was previously adapted for the big screen with the Oscar-winning 1993 movie adaptation starring Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones.
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“The Fugitive” tells the story of a man accused of murdering his wife who goes on the run while trying to find the one-armed man who actually committed the crime.
Hughes previous directed the film “Alpha”, and before that helmed the hit “The Book of Eli” with his brother Allen.