Sept 2009 – Setting the Record Straight on Robert Pattinson Roles (Gossip Cop) “But what about Pattinson re-making “Dune,” a rumor which set Twitter atwitter? While it’s true that Peter Berg remains intent on doing a re-make of the 1984 film that starred Kyle MacLachlan, Robert Pattinson will NOT be in the film, a source […]
Archive for September, 2009
I just had a last quick look at the official Dune forum and I saw this from Herbert-grandson Byron Merritt: “He’s not directing. It’s been confirmed by Paramount higher-ups.“ Guess that settles it… does it? Who knows? Does Berg know? I’m off to bed.
Sept 2009 – ‘Dune’ Remake Will Have ‘Hard PG-13′ Rating With Franchise Potential, Reveals Peter Berg (MTV Movies Blog) Josh Zetumer’s script, Berg revealed, is almost 200 pages long—”a massive epic,” Berg said—and it could potentially spawn more than just the one film. With the project still in the script phase, the task now for […]
In a post about Peter Berg’s upcoming Hancock sequel – which seems to have moved up a gear in the past few days, io9.com speculated: “This most likely means director Peter Berg’s Dune will be pushed back another two years.” However Byron Merritt, Frank Herbert’s grandson and admin on the official Dune Forum posted this […]
Kevin J. Anderson, co-author of the new Dune novels was at Dragon*Con Atlanta today on a panel discussing Frank Herbert’s work in prose and film apparently stated that Peter Berg will not be directing the new Dune adaptation. Thanks to Jacurutu.com founder (and Dune Fan Extraordinary) Freakzilla for the early heads-up on this – I’m […]