What do filmmaker Christopher Nolan and renowned pilot Charles Lindbergh have in common? On Friday afternoon, versions of their words seemed to come from the mouth of President Donald Trump, … Click to Continue »
Fans of Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight Rises noticed very quickly that Donald Trump (accidentally) quoted the Batman villain Bane in his 2017 Inauguration speech. In his speech, the 70-year-old President said, about power, “giving it back to you, the people.” In The Dark Knight Rises, Bane, played by Tom Hardy, says, “we give it [...]
Illustration: The Dark Knight Trilogy by Krzysztof Domaradzki AoiroStudio Jan 18, 2017 We are sharing an illustration poster series about Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy by Krzysztof Domaradzki. I have been a huge fan of this trilogy because it’s a modern take of what Batman could have been in our times. Show More Summary
James Bond needs a new face for a new age, and these two are the perfect pair to do it.
Tom Hardy doesn't want to jinx his chances at becoming the next James Bond, saying he wants to see director Christopher Nolan take on the iconic character.
Setting aside the fact that we still don't know who will be playing the titular spy in the next James Bond flick, there's one name that's been floated as the perfect director for the upcoming project: Nolan. Christopher Nolan. The director is Tom Hardy's top pick for the coveted gig, anyway. Show More Summary
Tom Hardy has had a prolific acting career, and he usually has quite a few projects that he is working on. You may first remember him in his first role from HBO's Band of Brothers where he played John A. Janovec for 2 episodes, from his The Dark Knight Rises role as Bane, Mad Max: Fury Road, or his most recent movie role in The Revenant. Show More Summary
In the great world of fancastings and dream pairings, the thought of a Christopher Nolan-directed James Bond gets me excited in so many different ways.
Last fall, there was a lot of buzz regarding whether or not Daniel Craig would eventually return to the role of James Bond. The actor was rather vocal about how exhausting the work on Spectre was, going so far as to say that he’d rather...Show More Summary
The actor addresses those James Bond rumors, and what the film might be like with Nolan behind the camera. The post Tom Hardy Ponders Bond Film With Christopher Nolan appeared first on CBR.com.
For many, Michael Keaton's version of Batman was the best ever to grace the big screen, even surpassing director Christopher Nolan's more recent films. So when the actor left the character before Joel Schumacher's 1995 "Batman Forever"...Show More Summary
Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight" trilogy marked a departure for the superhero genre, and particularly the "Batman" films, exploring the character's darker roots. But those still cringing over Joel Schumacher's cheese-tastic entriesShow More Summary
You can thank Christopher Nolan. Actually, you can thank Frank Miller. Bob Kane’s original “Batman” was little more than the latest entry in the burgeoning comic book pantheon of the early 20th century, fighting crime with a colorful backdrop, alongside a colorful sidekick, whiling away the days as his millionaire playboy alter ego, Bruce Wayne. [...]Show More Summary
How Nolan’s first war movie will be his first without the obvious heroes. Not even Harry Styles. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
The fevered anticipation that surrounds any new Christopher Nolan movie—the secrecy! the leaks!—is almost as delicious as watching a new Christopher Nolan movie. In late 2015, reports began to surface that he and his brother Jonathan...Show More Summary
Christopher Nolan's next movie, Dunkirk, has a key difference from his previous projects, and it's not just that it's set in World War II.
I was one of the people who thought that they were heading into a presentation that would consist of merely a trailer, if we were lucky. Yet there we all were, sitting in the auditorium, when the IMAX logo had kicked in again for some strange reason, and then some studio logos that looked oddly...
Wednesday, an official trailer was released for Christopher Nolan’s 2017 film, Dunkirk. The trailer for Dunkirk, which is still experiencing an internet buzz, comes about four months after an official teaser for the film was released by Warner Brothers. Show More Summary
New Dunkirk Trailer Beloved Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan is BACK with a larger-than-life war epic…starring Harry Styles. What could possibly go wrong? Dunkirk invades theaters July 21, 2017.
Sir Kenneth Branagh (Gilderoy Lockhart) stars in Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, alongside Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance and acting debut Harry Styles. Nolan – known for The Dark Knight and Interstellar – is directing the Warner Bros. action thriller set in WWII during the evacuation of the French city of Dunkirk, and based on a story of the Battle of Dunkirk on the...read more!