Behind Enemy Lines gets tv reboot
FOX wants the war film Behind Enemy Lines to a television pick up. The Us transmitter has a pilot episode ordered for a full series.
Behind Enemy Lines, in which the character of Gene Hackman tries a crashed straaljagerpiloot (Owen Wilson) from Bosnia to pick back up, was in 2001 a modest hit.
The series is loosely based on the film, and according to filmblad Variety described as a “military soapthriller’, in which a group of American soldiers gets trapped behind enemy lines, and a rescue operation is launched.
The pilot is written by Nikki Toscano, a producer of the upcoming series 24: Legacy, a spin-off of 24. The reboot of Behind Enemy Lines is the latest in a whole series of old movies and series that the last time a new jacket may be provided. Thus, recently, new versions or seasons of Will & Grace, Prison Break and Charmed were announced.
By Behind Enemy Lines are also three ‘vervolgfilms’. It consisted of films with a completely different cast and a different story, that is not in the cinema appeared. The latest, from 2014, SEAL Team 8: Behind Enemy Lines, was directed by the Dutch director Roel Reiné.