Ron Howard open to Backdraft adaptation

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Ron Howard would love to see ‘Backdraft’ get adapted for television. The 68-year-old filmmaker has seen a number of his movies get the small screen treatment, including 1989’s ‘Parenthood’ and ‘Willow’, and he would be open to seeing more of his films brought to TV. He told Entertainment Weekly: “‘Backdraft’ would be fun. You could get the scope and the intensity that we had to do all in-camera — now we could do it efficiently and safely.” The 1991 film stars Kurt Russell and William Baldwin as feuding firefighter siblings forced to work together to deal with a dangerous arsonist. Howard noted…

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