Development, Dune

Jon Spaihts steps down from Dune TV series to focus on the Dune sequel Frank Herbert's "Dune" has typically proven to be notoriously difficult to adapt, but Denis Villeneuve will be giving it a shot with his star-studded feature-film, and Legendary Pictures/Warner Bros. seem to have big plans for the franchise as they're also developing a spin-off TV series for HBO Max to go with it. [SEEMORE] Dune: The Sisterhood will explore the… Read More...

New Release Dates for Luhrmann's Elvis and Villenueve's Dune! Warner Bros. announced late yesterday the official release dates for Baz Luhrmann's as-yet-untitled Elvis bio pic and Denis Villenueve's version of DUNE. The King will be rocking his way to a theater near you on October 1, 2021 with Austin Butler donning the sideburns and sequined jumpsuit and Mr. Tom Hanks playing his manager, Colonel Tom Parker. The film will… Read More...

New Release Dates for Luhrmann's Elvis and Villenueve's Dune! Warner Bros. announced late yesterday the official release dates for Baz Luhrmann's as-yet-untitled Elvis bio pic and Denis Villenueve's version of DUNE. The King will be rocking his way to a theater near you on October 1, 2021 with Austin Butler donning the sideburns and sequined jumpsuit and Mr. Tom Hanks playing his manager, Colonel Tom Parker. The film will… Read More...

Rogue One cinematographer Greig Fraser set to shoot Matt Reeves' The Batman After being in a sort of limbo for a few years things seem to be going along nicely for the new Batman movie, and after finding its title vigilante in Robert Pattinson the movie has secured one more important member of the crew in Oscar-nominated cinematographer Greig Fraser. The man behind the lens will reunite with director Matt Reeves after previously working with him on the 2010 vampire movie,… Read More...

Denis Villeneuve to direct first episode of Dune TV series Although Denis Villeneuve is currently in the midst of directing his big-screen adaptation of DUNE, it seems that he'll be remaining in the expansive universe created by Frank Herbert for a little while longer. It was announced today that WarnerMedia has given a straight-to-series order to a new TV series set in the DUNE franchise. Legendary Entertainment must be pretty damn pleased with… Read More...

Denis Villeneuve to direct first episode of Dune TV series Although Denis Villeneuve is currently in the midst of directing his big-screen adaptation of DUNE, it seems that he'll be remaining in the expansive universe created by Frank Herbert for a little while longer. It was announced today that WarnerMedia has given a straight-to-series order to a new TV series set in the DUNE franchise. Legendary Entertainment must be pretty damn pleased with… Read More...

Margot Robbie talks Birds of Prey rating, Quinn's "less male gaze-y" outfits The 2016 comic book movie SUICIDE SQUAD may have divided critics and audiences, but if one thing was for certain it’s that star Margot Robbie owned the role of the deranged clown criminal Harley Quinn. Her infectious, rebellious charm made her take an instant sensation, and with BIRDS OF PREY she’s taking more charge of the character and giving her a new squad to roll… Read More...

Review: GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS, The Biggest Monster Bash of the Year Michael Dougherty directs the latest installment of the original kaiju franchise. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]

Road to Endgame: ‘The Incredible Hulk’ is Marvel’s Forgotten, and Often Fascinating, Monster Movie (Welcome to Road to Endgame, where we revisit all 22 movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and ask, “How did we get here?” In this edition: The Incredible Hulk, Marvel’s forgotten monster movie, forms a vital puzzle piece of the MCU.) While it features crossover references a-plenty, The Incredible Hulk stands out from the Marvel pack thanks to its distinct approach. It’s less “superhero movie” and more “classic monster picture,” weaving these tones together with surprising ease, while employing the kind of skillful, kinetic camerawork the rest of the MCU seldom matched.

King of the Monsters Director Wants Godzilla Vs. Avengers Movie Director Michael Dougherty would love to watch Captain America and Iron Man take on Godzilla, but there's no way that would ever happen. &#8232

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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.
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