A year and a half ago, Fionn Whitehead was an unknown aspiring actor working in a coffee shop in the Waterloo district of London. On his off hours, he’d go in for every audition he could, hoping to catch a break that would free him, he says, from “washing dishes and taking orders from angry businessmen.”...
The 2010 Christopher Nolan film Inception has people still discussing its concept seven years later. And like many complicated movies, there are a lot of facts behind it that only come out after the fact. For instance, the special effects that went into it aren't nearly as complicated as we imagined when we saw the finished product. Show More Summary
One Direction fans have lately had to soak up as much Harry Styles as they can via the respectable first single, “Sign of the Times” from his forthcoming album, or via Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk trailer. All the while, the 1D army has been writhing and fidgeting with one question on ... More »
Edgar Wright is one of those filmmakers that it’s hard not to get excited about. He may not have the same household name as, say Christopher Nolan, but ever since his first major feature, Shaun of the Dead (not counting the one film before his tV work), which came on the heels of his TV show Spaced, the man has not made a bad movie. Show More Summary
Harry Styles landed his first acting role by auditioning just like everyone else. The 23-year-old “Sign of the Times” singer beat out thousands of people for the role in Christopher Nolan‘s war film Dunkirk. “When we put the cast together, we had some established names: Kenneth Branagh, Mark Rylance, Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy,” Christopher told [...]
For quite some time now, Christopher Nolan has been dabbling in the world of science fiction. Between all his Batman flicks, The Prestige, Inception, and Interstellar, he’s certainly had his focus high in the sky. However, with his latest film, Dunkirk, he’s turning his attention to the world of reality with a World War II film. Show More Summary
Director Christopher Nolan reveals why he feels comfortable working within the PG-13 realm, while discussing rumors about a vintage plane.
Well, I feel a little foolish. Ever since Inception director Christopher Nolan announced, he’d be making a film called Dunkirk that centers on one of the turning points in World War II, I assumed he’d be making a traditional war movie. Show More Summary
Christopher Nolan has been the man behind the camera on a lot of stellar films, including the well received Dark Knight trilogy, Inception, Interstellar and more. Here's how Batman got him ready for his latest film.
We’re looking forward to seeing “Dunkirk” for many reasons, most importantly because it’s Harry Styles’ feature film debut. Director Christopher Nolan spoke with the Los Angeles Times about his new movie and ended up disclosing why he...Show More Summary
"She'll fight on the beaches. She'll fight in the fields, in the streets. But she'll never surrender." Warner Bros has started revealing new TV spots for Christopher Nolan's highly anticipated new WWII action thriller Dunkirk, about the Dunkirk evacuation in 1940 at the beginning of WWII. Show More Summary
The real life battle and how Christopher Nolan might be misinterpreting its results. Read more...
For years, Christopher Nolan has set most of his films in the realm of fantasy. He explored the maze of the subconscious mind in “Inception,” sent astronauts through a wormhole in “Interstellar,” and offered what many consider the definitive take on the caped crusader in “The Dark Knight” trilogy....
Christopher Nolan has had a long-standing love affair with IMAX, using the grandiose cinematic format in many of his films — but he promises that Dunkirk will push the boundaries of the technology beyond anything you’ve ever seen. It’s...Show More Summary
Director, Christopher Nolan says his World War II drama 'Dunkirk' will transport viewers to the heart of the battle in which British led forces freed 330,000 Allied troops from the Nazis.
The director shows off more of his World War II epic and earns one of CinemaCon's biggest ovations.
Movie studio chiefs have been conspicuously quiet so far in their CinemaCon speeches to theater owners on the key question facing the industry right now — how to make movies available for digital home video earlier than usual. But Sue Kroll, Warner Bros. marketing and distribution president, broke...