The following story originally appeared in Highsnobiety Magazine Issue 12. In Christopher Nolan’s 2014 film, Interstellar, Murph had to wait seven years for every hour Cooper spent on Miller’s planet. Albert Einstein’s theory of gravitational time dilation explains this odd phenomenon: that the closer one is to the center of gravity, the slower time passes. And […]
Step aide Christopher Nolan, it's Clint Eastwood who is stepping up and making a movie shot entirely with IMAX cameras. Following the success of American Sniper, Eastwood is now working on his next film Sully, about airplane pilot Captain Sully as played by Tom Hanks, and apparently he's shooting most of the film using IMAX cameras. Show More Summary
A bank in Malaysia is offering three different Batman card designs: one inspired by Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy, a classic yellow symbol and one from the 1997, er, "classic".
Via our sibling site I Watch Stuff: The first trailer for Doctor Strange is here, and by initial appearances, it would seem this is in some ways Marvel's Batman Begins--at least in all the Christopher Nolan tropes they've crammed in here. Show More Summary
Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy proved that protagonists in superhero movies don’t have to be spotlessly saccharine good guys without a shred of fallible humanity. In fact, the less they’re like this the more likable they become – just look at the indomitable success of Deadpool. As we can see from this teaser trailer for Doctor […]
Marvel by way of Christopher Nolan.
Haven't had the chance to watch Christopher Nolan's blockbuster trilogy? This video condenses all three Batman films into a minute and a half.
Is there really any doubt that Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight is the best Batman movie? Sure, arguments can be made for others but, with his second film, Nolan was able to strike a perfect balance of all things Batman, and thus anchor a legendary trilogy. Read more...
Few modern directors can inspire the same level of loyalty as Christopher Nolan. It’s not just his fans. Many actors consistently return to star in his movies. The director’s upcoming film Dunkirk will prove no different, as he has already begun to enlist an ensemble of familiar faces to perform in the WWII thriller. Show More Summary
A pretty great cast just got even better. Read more...
'Inception' and 'Dark Knight' trilogy star Cillian Murphy has taken on a key role in Christopher Nolan's WWII thriller 'Dunkirk'.
The two previously made The Dark Knight Trilogy and Inception together The post Cillian Murphy Reunites with Christopher Nolan for Dunkirk appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Dunkirk may feature a crew of newcomers at the center of its cast, but director Christopher Nolan is filling in the margins with as many impressive actors as he can. The latest actor to join this World War II drama is Cillian Murphy,...Show More Summary
Follow director Christopher Nolan's vision in "The Fire Rises," a 76-minute long behind-the-scenes look at the blockbuster trilogy.
Perhaps angling for an entry in The A.V. Club’s Together Again series, Cillian Murphy has just joined the cast of Christopher Nolan’s latest film, Dunkirk. Nolan is directing the WWII drama from his own script, which is a fictional story...Show More Summary
The composer of Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy and the recent Man of Steel and Batman v Superman is done with composing for superhero movies! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. In an interview with theShow More Summary
Hans Zimmer has composed the scores for all three of Christopher Nolan’s Batman movies, Man of Steel, Amazing Spider-Man 2 and now Batman vs. Superman, but the Oscar winner now says after his most recent superhero movie will officially be his last. Continue reading…
How did Zack Snyder convince Christopher Nolan that the ending to Batman v Superman would work? What titles are part of the new DC Comics Rebirth initiative? Which one of Kevin Smith‘s usual buddies will pop up in the episode of TheShow More Summary
About a year and a half has elapsed since Christopher Nolan's fabled Dark Knight trilogy reached its conclusion. Such was the success of Nolan's stewardship of the comic book legend, Warner Bros. was never likely to allow the caped crusader...Show More Summary