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The 2017 World War II thriller about the evacuation of British and Allied troops from Dunkirk beach.
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Ruth meltdown when

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Hmmm....

Barrett wrote:
Exclusive: we've had word that Warner Bros is now planning 3 Akira films, and that Christopher Nolan could be involved in at least one.

...it's been announced that Akira's still happening, with the movie being handled by Leonardo DiCaprio's production company Appian Way and Sons of Anarchy screenwriter Marco J Ramirez penning the script.

We've now heard from a source close to Warner Bros. that the studio is planning to make a trilogy of films based on Akira - all the better to do justice to Otomo's sprawling dystopian sci-fi yarn, perhaps.

Most intriguingly of all, we're told that Christopher Nolan has met with a previously attached filmmaker (who we can't name here) within the past three months to talk about the project.
http://www.denofgeek.us/movies/akira/24 ... n-involved
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Looks like the Forbes guy knew something after all. Also, I guess this means he's working with Leo again just off screen? Did Leo turn him onto the project?

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Let's not say ridiculous stuff. Nolan was going to do Akira , and only one third of it ? It doesn't make a lick of sense.

He might produce it like he did with MOS.

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Hopefully his involvement would only be in an producing capacity like Man of Steel.

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Maybe he's involved in some capacity but I seriously doubt he's directing it.

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mchekhov 2: Chek Harder wrote:
Barrett wrote:
Exclusive: we've had word that Warner Bros is now planning 3 Akira films, and that Christopher Nolan could be involved in at least one.

...it's been announced that Akira's still happening, with the movie being handled by Leonardo DiCaprio's production company Appian Way and Sons of Anarchy screenwriter Marco J Ramirez penning the script.

We've now heard from a source close to Warner Bros. that the studio is planning to make a trilogy of films based on Akira - all the better to do justice to Otomo's sprawling dystopian sci-fi yarn, perhaps.

Most intriguingly of all, we're told that Christopher Nolan has met with a previously attached filmmaker (who we can't name here) within the past three months to talk about the project.
http://www.denofgeek.us/movies/akira/24 ... n-involved
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Nobody reports news with "could". Could ? The hell is that ?

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MyCocaine wrote:Hopefully his involvement would only be in an producing capacity like Man of Steel.

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