12 November 2012 12:29 PM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

New Line is finally moving forward with their MacGyver movie, and they’ve made a surprising director choice on the project.  Variety reports that Saw and Insidious director James Wan is now in talks to helm the adaptation of the 1980s TV series, which already has an existing script by Jason Richman that was recently reworked by Brian and Mark Gunn.  For those unaware, the premise of MacGyver centered around the title character (played by Richard Dean Anderson) bringing together random everyday objects in order to save the day.  Wan recently directed the supernatural horror film The Conjuring for the studio, and execs were so pleased with the results that they recently moved the release date from this coming January to a prime July date. A MacGyver movie is all well and good, but the film adaptation will surely have to make some tweaks in order to make the series »

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