The Dark Knight trilogy influenced a number of filmmakers, including Skyfall's Sam Mendes, but what was the driving influence for director Christopher Nolan? The father of the dark-and-gritty comic-book movie has cited A Tale of Two Cities and other "good old books" for The Dark Knight Rises. Show More Summary
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Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight trilogy is one of the most beloved sets of Batman movies ever made. It set the standard for all those dark and gritty comic book movies to come. From Man of Steel to Sin City to Watchmen, this sub-genre has run rampant, with even more being planned by the second. Show More Summary
In a recent career-spanning interview, director Christopher Nolan discusses the inspiration for "Batman Begins" and much more.
Hot off the release of Interstellar, director Christopher Nolan recently gave an interview to The Hollywood Reporter. In the interview, Nolan talked about the huge influence that Richard Donner’s Superman film had on him. Christopher first talked about how the Batman project came to him. Show More Summary
Scott Feinberg, awards columnist at our sister publication THR, has shared an engrossing Q&A with Christopher Nolan. Or, if you prefer, the director of the only top ten international grossing film of 2014 that was not “a remake, sequel,...Show More Summary
It is a fact that Christopher Nolan is an amazing filmmaker, but shooting a movie about space without either going to space or using green screen is quite the feat. In the video below, Nolan shares how he made the mega-hit end-of-the-world...Show More Summary
'Interstellar' director Christopher Nolan explains how he crafted a key scene by using practical sets and on-location filming. [...]
If you haven't gotten a chance to see Interstellar yet, the Christopher Nolan directed film is still playing in theaters amidst all the releases that arrived on Christmas Day. But for those who have already seen the film, now you can take the time to examine a scene, complete with some narration from Nolan himself explaining the anatomy of the scene. Show More Summary
Batman and Green Arrow may not be joining forces on the big screen anytime soon, but now we have a better idea of what that might look like thanks to this amazing fan trailer. If you're a fan of the Christopher Nolan Batman films and the TV series Arrow, you're in for a treat! Created by YouTube user ShadesAtKnight, Batman vs. Show More Summary
One of the best movies this year for many people, Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, certainly proposes an interesting sci-fi scenario for the human race, raising various questions and offering some answers in the process. But do they...Show More Summary
Discovery Channel has released The Science of Interstellar, a 42 minute documentary about the Cosmology and science behind Christopher Nolan‘s sci-fi epic. The documentary is narrated by Interstellar star Matthew McConaughey and takes us behind the sci-fact of the sci-fi. Show More Summary
Christopher Nolan's Interstellar is set for a special limited run at the California Science Center Imax theatre, Imax and Paramount said today. It will initially run from December 26 to December 30, with additional show times every Friday and Saturday at 7 PM from January 2 through January 17. Show More Summary
Far from her early-career princess days, Hathaway gets her hands dirty when it comes to work, such as her tough turn as Catwoman in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises. She's also downright fearless when it comes to the brass tacks...Show More Summary
By Gladstone Published: December 21st, 2014
Despite what directors like Michael Bay and Christopher Nolan might want you to believe, entertainment isn’t all exploding Dinobots and Hans Zimmer bwamps. Sometimes, it’s the quiet moments that pack a punch. Anybody can shout; it takes somebody with authority (or laryngitis) to whisper. Show More Summary
The director discusses a scene from his film.
Christmas morning as seen through the eyes of Quentin Tarantino, Christopher Nolan, Alfred Hitchcock, M. Night Shyamalan, Michael Bay, and more! [Fourgrounds Film | Via IO9] The post Christmas as Envisioned by Popular Movie Directors [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Throughout the year, we've featured some cool artwork from Poster Posse hyping up films like Disney's Big Hero 6, Christopher Nolan's Interstellar and Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy. But the latest efforts of artists paying tribute to films with their incredible art work is for a film that hit theaters decades ago. Show More Summary