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Christopher Nolan Asked To Direct The Next James Bond Film
Most of us would say that Inception is the closest thing we'd ever see to a Christopher Nolan James Bond movie, but in fact the real deal might but happening too. The Daily Mail is reporting on "informal talks" between Nolan and Bond producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson about Nolan taking over Bond 24.
Michael Caine To Reunite With Christopher Nolan On Interstellar
The director and the actor first paired up in 2005 when Caine played Alfred Pennyworth in Batman Begins. But not only did veteran character actor reprise that role in both Batman sequels, he also starred in Nolan's in-between movies, The Prestige and Inception. So it's completely without shock that we report the following news.
Jessica Chastain In Talks For Christopher Nolan's Interstellar
ery little is known about the story and the site gives no information regarding how Chastain will fit into the plot, but what is known is that the film will deal with the science of wormholes and their potential use for time travel, as theorized by Caltech physicist Kip S. Thorne.
Christopher Nolan Hires Let The Right One In Cinematographer For Interstellar
Hoyte Van Hoytema, who served as DP on acclaimed films such as Let The Right One In, The Fighter and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, has been selected as Nolan's cinematographer for Interstellar. The new film, which is set to star Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway...
Transformers 4 And Interstellar Will Be Shot With IMAX Cameras
The news at Paramount's Cinema Con presentation tonight in Las Vegas that Nolan would be shooting a "significant" portion of Interstellar using IMAX cameras was not terribly surprising for anyone who has followed his career. The news that Michael Bay will also be using the cameras for the upcoming Transformers 4 was a bit more of a shock
Christopher Nolan's Interstellar vs. Wally Pfister's Transcendence: How To Tell Them Apart
After working side by side for more than a decade, Christopher Nolan and Wally Pfister are going their separate ways-- for now, at least. Pfister is embarking on his directorial debut, assembling the cast for the secretive sci-fi project Transcendence, while Nolan is moving on to his first post-Batman projectÖ the secretive sci-fi project Interstellar. We would expect Pfister to have pretty similar taste to Nolan after working together for so long
Anne Hathaway Reuniting With Christopher Nolan For Interstellar
We know almost nothing else about the story, other than the vague promise that it will "depict a heroic interstellar voyage to the farthest borders of our scientific understanding." We don't even know what role Hathaway might play, but given that she's only the second person to join and that she's a major star, it's safe to assume it's a pretty big role.
Matthew McConaughey Confirmed As Lead In Christopher Nolan's Interstellar
Matthew McConaughey, after having one of 2012's most unlikely breakouts in a variety of excellent roles, has picked the film that will return him to blockbusters-- and it's about as big as it gets. Talking to Minneapolis Star-Tribune, he confirmed that he'll play the lead role in Interstellar, the new sci-fi project to be written and directed by Christopher Nolan
Christopher Nolan Wants Matthew McConaughey For Interstellar Lead
As Deadline notes, "There's no deal yet, but who says no to Nolan?" That person could be McConaughey, who was burned badly by the big studio portion of his career that lead him to nonsense like Sahara and Reign of FIre. Only by teaming up with directors like Richard Linklater (Bernie), Jeff Nichols (the upcoming Mud)
Christopher Nolan Commits To Directing Interstellar, Plans Late 2014 Release
While we try to figure out if he indeed will be involved with Warner Bros.' plans for a Justice League movie, and even if he'll bring back Christian Bale as Batman, Christopher Nolan is moving on to a directorial effort that has nothing to do with comic books-- and, in fact, returns him to the kind of original storytelling that made him famous
Christopher Nolan In, Christian Bale Out In Latest Justice League Rumors
Gossipy high schoolers probably don't have as many rumors floating around them as DCís upcoming (or is it?) Justice League movie does. This film has already in theory mingled with more actors and directors than most of Warner Bros. yearly output. So letís take a look at the most recent facts and fictions
Christopher Nolan Taking Over Justice League, And Bringing Bale Back As Batman?
We've gotten really worried about the Justice League movie lately, with news that Warner Bros. had thrown out Will Beall's script for the film, and a lot of us worried the movie-- like George Miller's attempt years ago-- would fall apart entirely. But of course, Justice League carries enormous potential for the studio, their version of the massively successful The Avengers, and they're not going to give up that fast. Especially if they've got an ace up their sleeve to make it happen with aplomb
Christopher Nolan To Rewrite Interstellar, Merge An Original Concept With The Script
Christopher Nolan likes to play his hand close to the chest. Since breaking out blockbuster-style with Batman Begins in 2005, each of the filmmaker's projects have been surrounded by an air of mystery, be it his two Dark Knight sequels, The Prestige, or Inception. And we expect the same for his next film as well.
Christopher Nolan's Next Movie Could Be Time Travel Story Interstellar
Ever since the end of The Dark Knight Trilogy people have speculated about what director Christopher Nolan's next project would be. Maybe another ambitious sci-fi project like Inception? A smaller-scale drama like The Prestige? An even smaller, more art house pic like Memento? Today it seems that the answer has been revealed.
If Batman Is In Man Of Steel, Can We Please Shut Up About It Until Then?
Why would you even want to know if Batman will appear at the end of Man of Steel? If it's being held as a surprise, like Nick Fury popping up at the end of The Avengers, wouldn't you rather have an actual surprise awaiting you? The world of superhero movies is already far too absent of mystery-- the minute a character is cast