Los Angeles: Filmmaker Christopher Nolan’s “Memento” is set to get a remade. AMBI Pictures, led by Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi, will financial and furnish a reconstitute of a 2000 dermatitis thriller, pronounced The Hollywood Reporter.
The association has acquired a reconstitute rights by a merger of a library of Exclusive Media Group.
The plan was green-lit after AMBI launched a USD 200 million film account final week, that followed a merger of a library.
“‘Memento’ is a masterpiece that leaves audiences guessing not only via a film, though prolonged after as well, that is a covenant to a adventurous approach. We intend to stay loyal to Christopher Nolan’s prophesy and broach a noted film that is each bit as edgy, iconic and award-worthy as a original.
“It’s a large shortcoming to broach something that lives adult to a poise of a original, though we are intensely vehement and encouraged to move this nonplus behind to life and behind into a minds of moviegoers,” Bacardi pronounced in a statement.
“Memento”, formed on Nolan’s younger hermit Jonathan Nolan’s brief story “Memento Mori”, starred Guy Pearce as a man, who is tracking down his wife’s killer, though suffers from a singular from of memory loss.
The film was successful during a box bureau and perceived Academy Award nominations for Best Original Screenplay and Best Film Editing.