xxstefanx wrote:Wish: The Man in the High Castle (Philip K. Dick)
-> reasons: noone else could get it greenlit by the big studios (pretty sure)
-> this sensible SF story needs extraordinarily gifted director! (no doubt in tems of Nolan!)
Expect: Original Material
For The Man in the High Castle
, I love the book, but I think it will need a very large budget. Then again TDKR's budget is, like, what is it again? IMDb says that the estimated budget is $250,000,000.
Agreed, very high budget!
And I love the book so much that I have it twice!
(Hopefully) Chris might be intrigued to adapt such a compelling and delicate story of alternative history for the big screen!
Definately a gifted and sensible director is needed for htis movie AND more: one with big reputation for persuading Warner to invest such a huge budget in such a delicate scenario!
Again, I think Nolan will tackle original material first, but in my heart I hope "The Man in the High Castle" gets made at least someday and who would be better than Nolan to direct?