Many moons ago, as covered in our running Series of DCEU Columns, Mad Max's George Miller was set to direct a little movie called Justice League Mortal. The film, which would've come out smack dab in the middle of Christopher Nolan's...Show More Summary
Looks like we're getting another Christopher Nolan prologue in theaters this December. Reports from TrailerTrack and SlashFilm have confirmed that there is a 7-minute prologue for Nolan's Dunkirk playing in front of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Show More Summary
Select theaters will be showing a 7-minute prologue of Christopher Nolan's next film, Dunkirk, alongside 70MM IMAX screenings of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, according to /FIlm. Nolan's World War II epic is set to come out next year,...Show More Summary
Christopher Nolan doesn't do anything by half measures, and that includes just showing off part of his newest film. If you want to get the first real look at Nolan's World War II epic Dunkirk you'll have to check out very special screenings of a very special movie.
Fans who attend Rogue One 70mm IMAX screenings will be treated to a 7-minute prologue for Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk.
We have learned from multiple sources that a seven-minute prologue for Christopher Nolan‘s new film Dunkirk will play in front of select 70mm IMAX showings of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Hit the jump to learn more about the Dunkirk IMAX preview. Show More Summary
Explore what might be the best movies 2017 has to offer. Christopher Nolan, Ridley Scott and Martin Scorsese have releases but most of the other old masters are laying low, leaving it clear for lower profile but brilliant up and comers.There's a ton of highly anticipated sequels and reboots. Show More Summary
Image via Warner Bros. There’s no doubt that Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight was an amazing film — one that managed to become both a critical and mainstream sensation. It was The Godfather Part II of comic book movies, and no matter what followed, it would have had a hard time living up to that performance. Show More Summary
Image via H&M There are a good number of directors whose filmmaking styles ooze off the silver screen. From the pulpy Quentin Tarantino to the highminded pretentiousness of Christopher Nolan, Hollywood is never short on unique talent. Show More Summary
For as much as Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan’s Batman movies varied wildly in tone and aesthetics, one thing both franchises got right was the character of Catwoman. Michelle Pfeiffer played Selina Kyle in Batman Returns as a demented...Show More Summary
How Christopher Nolan frames an intimate family drama in an epic sci-fi context. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
It is, unfortunately, awfully difficult to revisit Tim Burton’s Batman with an impartial eye in the wake of Christopher Nolan’s genre-defining Dark Knight trilogy and now, of course, Affleck’s Batman. However, you don’t get Nolan’s Batman – heck, the very idea of Batman, his modern age personification, might never have been realized had it not […]
Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival is this year’s big, somber, confusing space epic. Audiences who have managed to regain their senses after Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar can happily re-enter the movie theater and have their brains whisked...Show More Summary
There are three things everyone should by now know about Christopher Nolan: he’s red-green colorblind, most of his characters have dead wives, and he’s a digital skeptic. (Also, his older brother once tried to escape from Chicago’s futuristic,...Show More Summary
Christopher Nolan loves shooting on film and having his movies projected on film and according to the latest round of internet buzz, he’s looking to give those that share that enthusiasm a chance to see Dunkirk a few days early. Indie...Show More Summary
Talk about an incentive... Revered filmmaker Christopher Nolan is a huge fan of physical film. In an age when most young filmmakers have embraced the digital format, Nolan has aligned himself with other beloved directors like Steven Spielberg, Quentin Tarantino, Paul Thomas Anderson, and J.J. Show More Summary
Film purists and Nolan fanboys, rejoice. Read more...
Until now, Dunkirk has been expected to be released on July 21, 2017, but a new report states that it could arrive a couple days earlier for select theaters.
Batman: The Animated Series was often a better show when it wasn’t taking on the topics that Christopher Nolan would later put at the center of the modern bat popular consciousness: in Batman’s […]
It’s almost impossible for filmmakers and executives to discuss sequel ideas without name-dropping Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight (the same goes for discussing reboots / origin stories without citing Batman Begins). Such is the case with director Scott Derrickson, who was recently asked about his ideas for a potential sequel to Doctor Strange. Show More Summary