If they are making LOGAN's run, make LOGAN's run. If not, call it something else and let a female lead it.
Atomicgirl and LemmyLegosi If you actually read this part of gjb2074's post you will see that he is obviously not against a female lead just against them calling it "Logan's Run".
I would also be against them calling it that because it screams "we can have a female lead but we must attach ourselves to a man" and "we are making a remake" in order to be successful and that is the wrong way to go.
There are many films that are remakes but you would never realize because the titles are different. "The Last Man On Earth" (1964), "The Omega Man" (1971) and "I am Legend" (2007) are all versions of the same book ("I am Legend" by Richard Matheson.
Female leads are able to stand on their own without the attachment to an established male lead film. The thing that really hurts the effort is the hype that surrounds them. Look at "Captain Marvel", "Ghostbusters 2016" and "The Last Jedi" in comparison to "Atomic Blonde", "Alita: Battle Angel" and "The Hunger Games". All 6 films had female leads yet only the first six had any "female lead" controversy.
Why? In my opinion it was not the female lead it was all of the hype surrounding it. People were acting as if "Captain Marvel" was not just the first Marvel film with a female lead but the first film ever with a female lead. Any criticism of the film (I like it a lot personally, She had me at "You wanna fight?") is met with claims of misogyny (exactly like what happened here).