Jesus of Suburbia wrote:I would love for him to direct Devil in the White City if Martin Scorsese does not make it. Devil in the White City is about H.H. Holmes. America's first serial killer. He had a hotel in Chicago during the world's fair in 1893. He murdered people at his hotel and had all of these trap doors and he used gas in people hotel rooms to kill them. He even had his own furnace in the basement to remove the bodies. He made all these different allies as well. The movie would be like Zodiac meets Psycho.
I wouldn't because he would probably make it PG-13.
He did Following, Memento, and Insomnia as R-rated films. With it being a small budget film I think he would make it rated R. David Fincher is my third choice.
Nolan has said quite clearly that he's gonna make huge blockbusters till he gets the chance to.
m4st4 wrote:Stephen King's Doctor Sleep adaptation... Nolan, after Kubrick, just imagine.
But there should be few things that needs to make it a good feature film:
Let the author, himself, writes a screenplay version of his novel, finds the right cast for the sequel, and one original cast to play danny, have it shot in 35mm film, and have an original score by either, Danny Elfman, Wendy Carlos, Thomas Newman, quincy jones, or John Williams.