If Ridley Scott’s Exodus: Gods and Kings didn’t satisfy your appetite for seeing the story of Moses on the big screen, then you may be in luck as The Tracking Board is reporting that Paramount Pictures is developing a remake of 1956’s The Ten Commandments.
The site reports that, unsurprisingly, the new film will “center around the Exodus story of Moses, and his leading the Jewish people out of Egypt, freeing them from the oppressive rule of the Pharaoh Ramses.”
The remake of the Charlton Heston classic is being produced by Mary Parent and Distruption Entertainment, who were also involved in Darren Aronofsky’s recent Old Testament movie Noah.
Maybe Disruption is eyeing a Biblical cinematic universe that will ultimately lead to a team-up movie as Moses, Noah and company assemble to do battle with Satan? Okay, probably not…