Deadline is reporting that Ken Levine, the creator of the amazing Bioshock video game series, has been tapped to write the script for the remake of the 1976 cult classic, Logan's Run. The movie is based on a 1967 book by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson, about a dystopian society in the year 2116 where individuals are voluntarily executed at age 21 (30 in the film) for population control. Warner Brothers has been trying for a long time to get this remake made and hopefully the introduction of Levine will be just what this project needs. Levine started his career in screenwriting before rising to become one of the most influential people in the video game industry. Don't worry video game fans, Levine will continue to focus on Bioshock: Infinite's downloadable content while working on the script.