I believe that, before they are shown, all films are equal. Whether they are small or big, they are a sum of the personal visions and collaborative efforts. Each time the filmmaker's intentions are the same, whether it is Christopher Nolan or Michael Haneke: to express what he has inside
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Christopher Nolan approached for Bond 24!?
Beauty” for “Skyfall”, didn’t they?! But we’re forgetting someone. Remember how “Batman Begins” and “Inception” wunderkind Christopher Nolan said he’d be interested in doing a 007 movie? Well, seems EON would be as glad to have him as he he’d be of glad to from Moviehole Read more »
Daniel Craig & Dark Knight Director Teaming Up For Next Bond Flick?! We Certainly F**king Hope So!
Broccoli and Michael G .Wilson, the execs in charge of the James Bond franchise, approached Christopher Nolan about directing the next 007 flick!! Don't get us wrong, Sam Mendes did a fantastic job on Skyfall — especially with his inclusion of Adele — but from Perez Hilton Read more »
James Bond: Christopher Nolan To Direct Next Film?
successfully re-envisioned a certain grizzled voice vigilante. According to UK's The Daily Mail, the one and only Christopher Nolan was approached to helm the Bond franchise's next shaken, not stirred sequel. While the modern Bond films typically do not stick from G4 Read more »
When Did Star Trek Become So Damn Dark?
things dark things. It seems to say, here is more Star Trek, only more serious and more epic and, I dunno, more like a Christopher Nolan movie or something. Ever since Batman Begins, Hollywood can't seem to contain its sense of self-importance and self-seriousness. from Esquire Read more »
Comic-book heroes morph on screen
the 1960s) would be unintelligible to modern audiences without major revisions. The psychological insight of director Christopher Nolan’s take on Batman in his mostly excellent “Dark Knight” trilogy has become the gold standard for exploring the inner lives from Minneapolis Star Tribune Read more »