Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Ferrari333SP, Feb 1, 2017.
how was i not subbed here jfc
Doubtful. Not with that cast. I think Blade Runner 2049 didn't attract people because not many mainstream movie goers have seen the original, it's a cult movie.
first nolan movie since prestige without him. but he’s working with ludwig gorannsen so i’m sure both movies will sound poppin
This is a dumb opinion but Zimmer is regularly so solid that I don’t even get excited when he joins a movie. Maybe because he’s just such an obvious choice for a big blockbuster, I’m just like...yeah, that’ll sound good.
I’m actually totally fine with Hans doing Dune instead of Tenet. It’s good for artists like Nolan to shake up their creative team. When Nolan started working with Hoyte van Hoytema instead of Wally Pfister we got the incredible visuals of Interstellar and Dunkirk out of it. I’m excited to see what Ludwig does for Tenet and also excited to see what Hans does for Dune.
Denis Villeneuve's 'Dune' Delayed as WB Sets Elvis Presley Movie for 2021
Only a month, so not too bad I guess.
Every extra day between me and this movie is like an eternity :(
Can't wait for Baz's Elvis to sing some Jay Z songs
Doing this in IMAX is a no-brainer right?
I would think so. I'm guessing it costs more to shoot something in IMAX? BR2049 wasn't exactly a box office hit, so maybe WB wouldn't approve of that, assuming Denis would want to shoot it that way.
Only a month, let's not worry too much
Any more news on Dune? Any promo images released yet?
I feel like I heard there might be a teaser before Rise of Skywalker?
Hmmm, yeah seems like that'd be a good choice to start building some buzz for the film, with how many people will be seeing RoS
I didn't know/forgot there was going to be a series for HBO Max, but the showrunner was let go and is going to work on the sequel to this movie, which he co-wrote the screenplay for with Villeneuve.
'Dune: The Sisterhood' Showrunner to Exit HBO Max Series (Exclusive)
Has there been a mention of the film's budget? Knowing that it's one of the most stacked casts I've ever seen, the salary budget alone must be crazy. The studio must have given Denis a blank check for this
A blank check would be odd, considering BR2049's box office performance was not great. Of course, I would have no complaints if they gave him a huge budget.
Hoping we get a teaser this month, maybe before Star Wars or 1917, even if it's just the smallest glimpse like that Blade Runner 2049 "announcement" trailer.
as much as that is, unfairly, the case for BR2049, i feel like it’s kinda offset by the success of Arrival