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Jason Momoa Wanted as Duncan Idaho in Dune Remake Jason Momoa is negotiating for a role in Denis Villeneuve's upcoming Dune remake.

AVENGERS: ENDGAME Action Figure Offers A Closer Look At Thanos' Updated ArmorAVENGERS: ENDGAME Action Figure Offers A Closer Look At Thanos' Updated Armor Another Avengers: Endgame action figure has been spotted out in the wild & this one may provide our best look yet at the Mad Titan wearing an updated suit of armour, ready for his rematch with the heroes.

Rebecca Ferguson is in talks to join the cast of Denis Villeneuve's Dune Our future is looking likely to be filled with Rebecca Ferguson as the MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT actress recently signed on to star in both the upcoming MEN IN BLACK spin-off as well as DOCTOR SLEEP. Rebecca Ferguson may also be adding one more sizeable project to her slate as it's been reported that she's in negotiations to star in Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of Frank... Read More...

Rebecca Ferguson May Join The Timothee Chalamet-Led ‘Dune’ Reboot Getty Image The path to reboot Dune has been as complex and twisty as Frank Herbert’s Dune books themselves, and at least as confusing as the movie David Lynch made from the first back in 1984. But this latest threatened movie adaptation seems to be really happening. To wit: The production, which will star young Oscar-nominee Timothée Chalamet, is now officially courting Rebecca Ferguson, reports Variety.

Denis Villeneuve says his Dune remake will consist of at least two films Over the years, Frank Herbert's "Dune" has proven to be a notoriously difficult project to adapt. As the novel is quite dense, it's been almost impossible to whittle down the story in order to get it to fit into a single film, but it seems that Denis Villeneuve may have found a way around that. The BLADE RUNNER 2049 director will be the next to tackle DUNE, and he offered a... Read More...

Dune Remake Director Calls It Star Wars for Adults Denis Villeneuve wants his Dune remake to be like the Star Wars movie he never saw.

Blade Runner 2049 Director Addresses The Criticisms Of Women In The Movie Blade Runner 2049 didn’t exactly make a killing at the box office, but it was a critical darling. People that did see it tended to really enjoy it. However, the movie did come under fire for its portrayal of women, which director Denis Villeneuve was asked about during an interview with Vanity Fair. Villeneuve said: “I am very sensitive to how I portray women in movies. This is my ninth feature film and six of them have women in the lead role. The first Blade Runner was quite rough on the women; something about the film noir aesthetic.

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Paramount wants to remake Frank Herbert's "Dune," but after four years of trying to make it work, a new "Dune" movie may happen with another studio since Paramount no longer have the option to the movie.