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Days after celebrating his 8oth birthday, Sir Michael Caine has agreed to join the cast of Christopher Nolan's sci-fi adventure, Interstellar. Jessica Chastain has also cleared room on her busy schedule to sign up for the heroic journey of scientific discovery. With Mathew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway already on board, the film has truly secured a stellar cast.
Christopher Nolan's next film, titled Interstellar, has been confirmed for a November 7, 2014 release in both regular theaters and IMAX. Nolan will both write and direct the film, based on a script by his brother and writing partner Jonathan Nolan. We don't know much else about the film right now, other than that it will feature a story involving worm holes and time travel, and will be based on the ideas of theoretical physicist of Kip Thorne.
The plot thickens. A few days ago, Latino Review got word from their inside source that not only was Christopher Nolan being brought in to oversee DC and Warner Bros.' Justice League film, but that Christian Bale was going to return to reprise his role as the dark knight. Well, according to a new report, that may only be half true.
New Rumor Says Chris Nolan Has Taken Over 'Justice League', Will Bring Back Christian Bale as Batman
You might want to sit down for this one, because if it turns out to be true, we could be seeing the beginnings of the greatest rivalry in movie history. A few weeks ago, we got word that Warner Bros threw out Will Beall's script draft for the Justice League movie, and were considering their options on how to proceed. Given how bad they want their own Avengers, they're not about to give up after just one bad script though. If a new rumor proves to be true, it sounds like their new plan could be a stroke of genius.
As soon as Nolan finished up his run on Batman, all eyes were on what his next project might be. We've been completely in the dark for a while now, but according to some sources, the director might have just lined up his next film. It's called Interstellar, a sci-fi script written by his brother Jonathan Nolan, and based on the ideas of theoretical physicist Kip Thorne.
If for whatever reason you don't already own the first two Nolan Batman films, or you're just looking to complete your collection in style, Amazon has a pretty great deal on The Dark Knight Trilogy on Blu-ray today. The five disc set includes all three movies, as well as two discs of bonus features and a 64-page book entitled, The Art and Making of The Dark Knight Trilogy. The box set is currently 47% off, coming in at $27.96. There's no indication of how long this deal will last, so get on it if you want it!
There are rumors floating about that Chris Nolan's original Dark Knight Rises cut was over four hours long. As much as I loved the film, I would not be at all surprised if that turns out to be true. The finished product plays fast and loose with the timeline, making it hard for some to keep up with when in the movie certain events were taking place. At least one of these cuts has made its way online in the form of an image and script excerpt. It's a very small scene, but let's be honest, I'll take anything that lets me extend my stay in Gotham.
It's a little bit hard to believe, but Christopher Nolan's Batman series is finally over. It's been an incredible journey for us as audience members, and I'm sure a pretty harrowing one for Nolan and his cast and crew. The final shot of The Dark Knight Rises was almost a decade in the making, and one can imagine it's got to be surreal for Nolan to finally be stepping down after all this time.
Were you the saddest panda ever when you found out you missed the awesome Man of Steel footage at Comic-Con? Well here's a consolation prize, a teaser for the Zack Snyder Superman reboot has been released online (it's running theatrically with The Dark Knight Rises), and you get your choice of two different voice-overs!
Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy has been nothing short of breathtaking to watch unfold. From the humble beginnings of both Bruce Wayne and the trilogy with the- for an action film, relatively unassuming Batman Begins, which presented a realistic, emotionally attentive vision of the Batman origin story, to the hype machine that was The Dark Knight, featuring Heath Ledger’s mesmerizing take on the Joker, and a weighty psychological undercurrent to match.