Christopher Nolan News
7:50 AM 3/27/2014 by Jeff Giles
Any artist who does what he or she loves for a living can't help but battle the occasionally frustrating effects of balancing art and commerce -- in fact, it's sometimes enough to separate one's love from one's craft. So when a director as well-known as Christopher Nolan explains that he prefers film over television because "I just really like movies," you can't help but hope for him to succeed.
joblo.com – During a lunch at CinemaCon for Christopher Nolan, the director talked a little about his highly anticipated new film INTERSTELLAR. Nolan (of course) didn't reveal any plot details, however he did share a few interesting things about his movie, and talked about how shooting with film is still better than working with new digital technologies. 29 weeks 5 days ago via jetli
comingsoon.net – The two major studio presentations on CinemaCon Day 3 were bisected by a special luncheon showcasing the work of filmmaker Christopher Nolan called "From Passion to the Big Screen: The Work of Christopher Nolan." Since Nolan's next movie, coming out in November 15, is the enigmatic Interstellar , one would think that he'd want to talk about that a little bit. 29 weeks 6 days ago via brucelee
thewrap.com – Christopher Nolan was tightlipped about “Interstellar,” his closely-guarded new cinematic spectacular. But he did reveal during an onstage interview at CinemaCon on Wednesday that the film deals with wormhole travel. He downplayed suggestions that the film might have a time travel element, and said that “Interstellar” is about using celestial shortcuts to reach parts of space that might otherwise be inaccessible. 29 weeks 6 days ago via jetli
Matthew McConaughey Calls Christopher Nolan’s INTERSTELLAR the “Most Ambitious Thing He’s Ever Done”
collider.com – While Matthew McConaughey talked about his recent work - including turns in Dallas Buyers Club, HBO's True Detective, and Mud among others - he briefly commented on a highly anticipated upcoming film: Christopher Nolan's Interstellar. Not only did he call the sci-fi film "the most ambitious thing he's ever done", McConaughey also talked about meeting Nolan at his house for what turned out to be his role in Interstellar. 34 weeks 6 days ago via theothersenhman
fb.indiewire.com – Well, it doesn't get any nerdier than this. Over the weekend, theAcademy's Scientific & Technical Awards were handed out—aka the Nerd Oscars—honoring the technicians behind the scenes who make movie magic happen. And on hand to help honor those folks was none other than analog advocate Christopher Nolan. 35 weeks 4 hours ago via brucelee
Paramount Will Make An Exception To Their All Digital Distribution Rule For Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar'
fb.indiewire.com – There are few filmmakers around town who can pretty much get whatever they want, and until he stumbles (if that happens), Christopher Nolan is one of them. The man behind the blockbuster "The Dark Knight" trilogy, and who turned an idea about dream thieves and made it into a massive hit, can basically have it his way. 38 weeks 4 hours ago via theothersenhman
feedproxy.google.com – "Our greatest accomplishments cannot be behind us, because our destiny lies above us." After debuting in front of The Desolation of Smaug this weekend, Paramount has unveiled the first teaser trailer online for Chris Nolan's new sci-fi movie Interstellar, starring Matthew McConaughey. He is singled out because this teaser trailer is a true Nolan teaser, with only a bit of footage mostly featuring an exceptional voiceover from Matthew McConaughey talking about our need for continued exploration, which lies above us. 44 weeks 3 days ago via jackiechan
David Goyer Says He Had To Tell Christopher Nolan What The Batman Canon Was For 'The Dark Knight' Trilogy
fb.indiewire.com – While Christopher Nolan certainly deserves the praise he's received for taking Batman, and updating the character with a 21st century makeover, and placing the superhero in a gritty, realistic context, perhaps his greatest asset was not being overly familiar with the source material. And thus, he wasn't beholden to any pre-conceived notions of what "The Dark Knight" trilogy of films could and couldn't be. 1 year 3 weeks ago via theothersenhman