With THE GREY opening this weekend, it looks like Joe Carnahan isn't resting on the laurels of that movie, and judging from the many reactions online, people are generally happy with what they got. But people's ideas may change, considering the negative opinions of remakes going on right now and considering what the L.A. Times put on their site today.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Joe Carnahan's next film could very well be a remake of the Charles Bronson classic DEATH WISH, if Paramount and MGM have their way. It's even possible that the new DEATH WISH would be a start of a new franchise.
I was really hoping that Carnahan would use any clout from THE GREY to bring KILLING PABLO back into development, and obviously this is from an unnamed source so it's definitely not a certainty yet, but if true it wouldn't be much of a stretch to imagine Liam Neeson playing the iconic Paul Kersey. That may be too easy, though. I'd love for Carnahan to cast someone like George Clooney and just go all the way with it. Who would you cast?