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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.
This video will change the way you watch videos that change the way you watch movies. Did you follow? Clickhole's latest, genius bit is to spoof all those videos that claim to change the way you watch movies with the interesting facts they reveal.
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.
Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy is full of epic, memorable moments, but it turns out the director has one scene that is a personal favorite, and it is indeed a doozy.
Before Christian Bale donned the black cape and mask to become Christopher Nolanís Dark Knight, there were a bevy of actors up for the role. Josh Hartnett was apparently also in the mix, but unlike the other candidates, he made the fatal error of turning down the now iconic part.
Do you want to know why Casey Affleck's Interstellar character was such a jerk? Here are 79 reasons why he was understandably annoying.
The video within the story in front of you is bound to teach you a valuable lesson. That lesson just happens to be, "You can set anything to the right music, and it makes that much more sense."
Interstellar is a film that bends minds like a Black Hole bends light. But does the mission of saving humanity work out in the end? We put the Endurance mission to the ultimate test, after the jump.
If you've just started talking to your friends again after debating Interstellar's true ending for months on end, prepare to end the truce real quick like! Jonathan Nolan has something to say that'll spark the war anew.
If you thought Inception was too long, too complicated and/or too difficult to understand... chances are you're not alone. Lucky for me (and anyone else suffering from Inception confusion) Mashable has released a TL;DW video simplifying the events of the film using animation, dragons, fart jokes and more. Check it out below.
What do you believe? Is there a deeper twist at the end of The Prestige that we arenít seeing? Or did Christopher Nolan leave his cards on the table this time, for all to see?
Interstellar's reign of the box office may be over, but there's always time for a good refresh when available. Well, look no further than AMC Theaters, as they've got some ideas as to how you should be spending this Saturday.