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If you havenít seen Interstellar yet, run away! This page is LOADED WITH SPOILERS. The rest of you can spend the rest of the week Ė as well as the weekend -- raving (or ranting) about our newest Nolan epic.
Reading Christopher Nolan's thoughts on how movies should be made just makes us wish he would have taken Justice League when he had the chance. See what he had to say about a key piece of the comic movie landscape after the jump.
Given the heavy scientific bent of Nolanís Interstellar, which opens in theaters later this week, you would think that the director had NASA experts on speed dial, asking them to fact check all of the data in his screenplay. You would be wrong.
Jonathan Nolan has admitted that the Star Wars movies he made as a child with his older brother Christopher Nolan still exist! In fact he even knows exactly where they are as he revealed that they are on his hard drive. Surely it would be a cinematic crime if he didnít release them to the world?
To me, thereís only one clear-cut choice when we are talking about the ďbestĒ film Christopher Nolan has directed. Naturally, the term ďbestĒ implies opinion, and itís highly probable we disagree on what Nolanís finest film is.
Ready that Oscar, because in Instellar, Anne Hathaway doesn't only do her own stunts, she also does her own practical effects. That includes "floating" in zero gravity. And you can see just how she did it in this video.
DC Comics and Warner Bros. has finally started to get their cinematic universe off the ground, but even so, there was a long time when nothing was being done on building a connective world with these iconic superheroes. Hereís the reason for the delay.
While Christopher and Jonathan Nolan spent years improving the stock of DC Comics characters up on the silver screen, it appears that their time making superhero-related movies has come to an end. The latter, who scripted both The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises, has revealed in an interview that he and his brother are no longer affiliated with the growing DC Cinematic Universe.
Thatís what weíre starting to expect out of Interstellar, which has been screening for select groups (and earning rave reviews). A heady trip to the farthest reaches of our galaxies that also appeals to the heart beating in each audience member.
With a press junket on tap for this coming weekend, and a few additional screenings in the pipeline, the movie is starting to show for select groupsÖ and word on the filmís impact is starting to leak across the Web.
Just because Keaton ushered in the modern superhero movie doesn't mean he feels beholden to it nowadays. In fact, he's never watched a one of Christopher Nolan's wildly popular Batman reboot trilogy.
Chrisopher Nolan's Interstellar is probably one of the only films you'll be able to see on traditional 35mm film this entire year. Find out why this is a bit of a problem for theater exhibitors.
Considering his past track record, this is an impressive feat that shows us just how wrong we are when we think we can call all of Nolan's tricks from the off. Here now are 10 images from the latest Interstellar trailer that have us looking at the screen with the biggest "WTF" face we can muster.
If you want to see Interstellar earlier than everyone else, you just might get your wish. However to do so will require a little bit of rocket science on your part, as we've noticed some interesting particulars involving this sneak peek.
Ever since The Avengers: Age Of Ultron wrapped production in August, everyone's been wondering when we'd see our first public look at the finished product. We're dying to see a glimpse at the movie we'll be lining up to see next summer, and now it looks like we may know when that's going to happen.
While Christopher Nolan's recent films tend to run a little on the long side for the average moviegoer, Interstellar is going to be his longest film yet. Prepare yourselves accordingly.
This interactive app takes players on a journey through solar systems that will be designed by fellow players, featuring realistic physics conceptualized by Kip Thorne, the filmís scientific advisor and noted theoretical physicist.
We still don't know a whole lot about what will happen in Christopher Nolan's upcoming sci-fi epic, Interstellar, but we do have a new poster featuring Matthew McConaughey to help fuel speculation.
Matthew McConaughey plays Cooper, a one-time pilot and engineer whose unique skills arenít much help when our planetís food shortage runs dry. But when the government calls on Cooper for an expedition into the galaxies, he leaves his family behind for a wormhole-traveling adventure that might answer to the fate of humanity.
Frank Miller is a comic book author known and admired for his deeply dark brand of visual storytelling, perhaps most recognized from the movie adaptations of his graphic novels Sin City and the upcoming Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. It turns out, Miller is outright hostile to movie adaptations of his characters that he himself didn't have a hand in helming, and that includes every single Batman movie. In fact, he hates them. Every. Single. One.
What do we actually know about Nolan's Interstellar movie so far? Who will star in it? How is it being filmed? We have answers.
Digital filmmaking has overtaken analog, but there are some directors who refuse to let film stock die out. And so Hollywood studios are stepping in to lend support to Kodak in its time of crisis.
This is the text you're reading in the time you could be watching the latest trailer for Interstellar. If you need another reason to click the link and watch this trailer, might we suggest Anne Hathaway and Matthew McConaughey crying?
The powerhouse duo surprised crowds by showing up unannounced at the tail end of the Paramount panel in Hall H. Matthew McConaughey took the stage first, following a new Interstellar clip that largely relied on old newsreels of politicians (like John F. Kennedy), physicists (Neil Degrasse Tyson was spotted) and former astronauts (such as Buzz Aldrin) talking about risk being ďthe price of progressĒ and how our community used to take such pride in moments of human accomplishment.
Nolan is expected to be at the forefront of the theatrical-presentation conversation when his sci-fi drama Interstellar reaches multiplexes in November. Ahead of that curve, the filmmaker took to the Wall Street Journal for a fascinating, sobering conversation about the state of modern cinema and the direction of the major studios.