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LiLo Says She's Done Partying

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We're expecting some kind of "wink, wink" or catch that tells us this isn't true…yet.

Lindsay Lohan has announced that her partying days are over. But, she admits that her words hold little weight.

The actress will be appearing on SNL this Saturday and LiLo says that the show is about timeliness and having your affairs in orders.

She states the following about her turnaround:

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The New Version of Dune Is Doomed

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At least we'll always have the David Lynch version…

Back in November, we heard that Paramount planned to put the new version of Dune into turnaround and sell off the rights if progress wasn't made by Spring.

Unfortunately, significant progress has NOT been made, and the studio has decided to scrap the project, after four years of trying to put it together!

Here's what Richard P. Rubinstein, the man who controls the rights to Frank Herbert's novel, had to say about it:

“Paramount’s option has expired and we couldn’t reach an agreement. I’m going to look at my options, and whether I wind up taking the script we developed in turnaround, or start over, I’m not sure yet.”

“Sure, it’s frustrating, how long this has taken, but most of what I’ve done that worked out well over the years, like the miniseries The Stand, took a long time."

"Since I know what I want, eventually, I’ll find someone who’ll agree with me. What I like is that talent has interesting things to say on how they would approach it.”

“Right now, Dune has no commitments or attachments."

It's too bad Paramount wasn't able to make this happen, but we suppose it'll re-emerge one day at another studio.

Are U sad to hear that Dune is no longer happening?

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Is The New Version Of Dune Doomed?

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The new film version of Frank Herbert's classic science fiction masterpiece Dune has once again hit a snag…a BIG one this time!

After almost a year in development, it looks like Taken director Pierre Morel has left the project and Paramount is just about ready to call it quits.

The studio plans to put the project into turnaround and sell off the rights if progress isn't made on the film by Spring.

Guess we'll see if they're able to find a director who feels ready to take this project on. It's no small task!

We'd certainly like to see this movie get made, but we'd like to see it done right, so maybe it's not the worst thing if they hold off until someone truly devoted to the project takes over.

Who would U like to see direct the new version of Dune?

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