Rogue Pictures is in development to bring out "The Last House on the Left", a remake of Wes Craven's 1972 horror classic.
After Fox Searchlight hit the big screen with "The Hills Have Eyes", it's now Rogue Pictures' turn to bring out another new version of Wes Craven's work. Making an announcement on Thursday, August 17, the company's co-presidents Andrew Karpen and Andrew Rona have revealed their intention to develop "The Last House on the Left", a remake of the filmmaker's 1972 horror classic.
While there is no word yet on cast and director, Craven has been confirmed to take seat as the film's producer alongside his longtime producing partner Marianne Maddalena and the original film's producer, Sean S. Cunningham.
Eyeing an early 2007 start date, pic is likely to follow the plot of the earlier version which focused on the fate of a gang of murderers upon meeting the vengeful parents of their victims who are eager to mete out punishment to fit the crimes.