Norman goes a conquestin'
“The events of 1066 are some of the most fascinating in history, which have never been portrayed on the big screen before,” said Webster and Garrett, in a statement. “The scale of the piece is emblematic of Shine’s ambitions. It’s a great way to start off the relationship with New Regency. It will be a big-budget film on an epic scale.”Actually, this could go either way. As long as it's "intelligent actioner" epic (Gladiator), not "bloated romance novel" epic (Elizabeth: The Golden Age), we're good. Unfortunately, Nicholson wrote both, so...