For this mesmerizing video simply titled “Quadcopter,” videographer Parker Paul used drone footage captured by Alban Roinard to transform cities in Europe into what could be awesome outtakes from Christopher Nolan’s Inception: [via Sploid]
Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk has officially crossed a major financial milestone for Warner Bros. Here's what we know.
Not long after I saw mother! at an early morning screening at the Toronto International Film Festival this week, I ran into Christopher Nolan at his Dunkirk event and he was asking which movies I had seen, particularly curious about Darren Aronofsky’s. Show More Summary
Batman Begins (2005), The Dark Knight (2008), and The Dark Knight Rises (2012), directed by Christopher Nolan and starring Christian Bale, are considered as the Dark Knight trilogy. To some Batman fans, they represent the best incarnation of the Caped Crusader. Show More Summary
Dunkirk, as memorialized in arguably the best movie of the summer, foreshadowed the catastrophic events wrought by Hurricane Harvey in Texas. The Christopher Nolan masterpiece recounted the heroic events in May of 1940, when at the outset of World War II, the English citizenry rallied to the rescue of more than 330,000 British and French […]
Dunkirk, the sweeping WWII epic from director Christopher Nolan which is still playing around the world in 52 markets and tucked away another $15.4M from both domestic and international audiences this week, has just crossed the $500M milestone at the worldwide box office today. Show More Summary
Before Christopher Nolan gave Batman a gritty makeover and Zack Snyder doubled down on the grimdark take, there was Darren Aronofsky and his shelved Batman: Year One project. The project, which drew inspiration from Frank Miller‘s similarly-titled...Show More Summary
Video. It looks like drone pilot and videographer Alban Roinard somehow managed to fly his quadcopter into the dream worlds of Christopher Nolan's Inception. But watching these European cities fold onto themselves isn't the result of a million dollars-worth of special effects; it's just simple mirroring tricks applied to captivating aerial footage. More »
Before Christopher Nolan crafted his Dark Knight saga and Zack Snyder teamed Batman with Superman, Darren Aronofsky had a different concept for a Batman movie that we never got to see. And now we have his take on why it didn't happen, as you'll see inside.
World War II has always been a popular topic for movies. Most recently we saw Christopher Nolan's take on the rescue at Dunkirk, next we're going to get a movie about the climactic Battle of Midway.
Despite a nearly two-month delay, “Spider-Man: Homecoming” finally opened in China, raking in a staggering $70.7 million and pushing Christopher Nolan’s “Dunkirk” into second place. It was the highest-grossing “Spider-Man” movie opening in China, according to the film consulting company Artisan...
It’s been a surprisingly big year for Dunkirk. Earlier this year, Lone Scherfig’s Their Finest and Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk both told stories about the evacuation of British troops from the beach at Dunkirk during World War II. Now...Show More Summary
More than a decade ago, actor Heath Ledger took on the role of the Joker for Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins sequel, The Dark Knight. At the time, there were few who actually had faith that he could pull it off. Jack Nicholson had portrayed the Clown Prince of Crime in 1989’s Batman, and since then, […]
By H. Perry Horton Manipulating the past to inform the future. The article History Rearranged: Christopher Nolan, ‘Dunkirk,’ and Time appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Warner Bros. gets bragging rights for leading all major studios at the summer box office with $790M, fueled by DC’s Wonder Woman, Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk and New Line horror film Annabelle: Creation. After being beat up by film reviewers last year for its DC titles Superman v. Show More Summary
Refresh for latest…: Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk sailed into China this weekend with a No. 1 start and over 50% of the Top 5 films at an estimated $30M (RMB 196M) on 15,000 screens. The full international box office weekend on the Warner...Show More Summary
Seventeen years ago, Christopher and Jonathan Nolan bamboozled us with their breakout film, Memento. If the film’s alternating backward and forward stories still puzzle you, imagine the mental gymnastics that the Nolan brothers had to go through to bring it to life.
Authored by Andrew Syrios via The Mises Institute, When Christopher Nolan was promoting his previous film Interstellar, he made the casual observation that “Take a field like economics for example. [Unlike physics] you have real material things and it can’t predict anything. Show More Summary
After establishing itself as a Best Picture candidate in a summer launch that brought $412 million in global ticket sales, Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk will still get a berth at the Toronto Film Festival that has been a launch pad to so many Oscar season films. Show More Summary
Seventeen years ago, Memento introduced a wide audience to the mind-bending storytelling techniques that have become synonymous with Christopher Nolan’s films. Though, for some reason, Memento isn’t remembered as fondly or as reverently as the other films in the director’s oeuvre. More often than not, audiences look… Read more...