After having his soul pounded into dust by Sean Connery on 2003’s The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, writer/director Stephen Norrington is slowly re-emerging after his seven-year-hiatus. Already in the process of developing a remake of The Crow, THR reports that Norrington will write and direct The Lost Patrol. THR says not much is known about the project beyond it being, “a supernatural action thriller set against the backdrop of World War II.” Norrington says Patrol hit all of his “geek-buttons” which are apparently “hardware, heroes, grime, insane monsters.” I’m surprised “Working with old Scottish actors who formerly played James Bond,” isn’t on his geek console.
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