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Zack Snyder admitted that he sought the approval of Christopher Nolan before he began work on Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice, and his fellow director gave him some sage advice.
We lost one of the greats in the history of entertainment when David Bowie passed away on January 10. The man had a number of film roles but one of his last was as the enigmatic inventor Nikola Tesla in Christopher Nolanís 2006 film The Prestige.
Batman is getting rebooted soon through Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but The Dark Knight Rises is still fresh in many peopleís minds. Which begs the question: how might that universe have looked following the 2012 blockbuster?
A new fan theory about The Prestige will have you thinking long and hard about the film's iconic twist ending.
Christopher Nolan has announced his next directorial project, Dunkirk, and heís looking at some big names to help add some gravitas to the cast. As we know, any movie with this kind of pedigree behind the scenes could also use some big names on screen.†
Months after delivering the news that Christopher Nolan had re-teamed with Warner Bros for a mystery project, we finally have out first clue as to what that project may be. And for the first time, Nolan may be making a film based on actual events.
Michael Caine has worked with director Christopher Nolan on six movies, including Inception and Interstellar, but when it came to his Batman Begins audition, it was a weird process.
Even though it's only fifteen-years-old, still very influential, and the work of one of the biggest filmmakers in the industry, Memento is being remade, for some reason.
Filmmaker Christopher Nolan issued a bleak warning to movie theaters regarding the future of cinema. Nolan warned that if the theater going experience isnít improved the next generation of movie goers will stop going
Christopher Nolan's Interstellar was a very heavily researched film, with the filmmakers attempting to make all of the science in movie as close to reality as possible. However, that doesn't mean that it's safe from the folks over at Cinema Sins.
While there are few superheroes that Matt Damon is eagerly campaigning to portray (he already has an established blockbuster career), thereís one character from the comics he still dreams of playing.
Since the release of Interstellar last fall, Christopher Nolan has kept absolutely mum about what he plans to make as his next big feature film. What we do know, however, is when the project will wind up finding its way to theaters.
The beauty of great film is that it when they end, they often leave room for debate as to what the audience has just witnessed. Seven years after its release, audiences continue to find new and intriguing ways to interpret the events in Christopher Nolanís Batman epic The Dark Knight.
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As with any making of any film, a lot of time went into making Batman Begins a unique product both in front of the camera and in post-production, including one decision that might not seem like a big deal at first glance.
The Dark Knight Rises showcased a number of intriguing female characters. However, one notable actress who was unsuccessful in an apparent attempt to join that group was ZoŽ Kravitz. In a recent interview the actress reveals the rather offensive reason she was allegedly given for her failure to land the Gotham City gig.
The movie-ticket hub commissioned 20 pieces of original art from 20 talented artists, asking them only, ďWhat is your favorite movie?Ē The results will be on display in Santa Monica, California, but we are proud to have an exclusive sneak peek right here.
Ten years ago, moviegoers were first treated to a groundbreaking new adaptation of an iconic franchise in Batman Begins. Director, Christopher Nolanís reimagining kicked off one of the most celebrated comic book film trilogies of all time. Upon the anniversary of its launch, this new supercut effectively showcases the highlights of the epic Dark Knight Trilogy.
Admit it, even now after almost five years since it hit theaters, you still only kind of know what the ending of Inception was about. And Christopher Nolan is here to confuse you even more.
For years the debate has been raging over whether the top is still spinning at the end of Christopher Nolan's Inception, and for years everyone thinks they've got the right answer. Add us to that list, as we've picked a side and we've got the proof.