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by Whistler
June 11th, 2015, 12:06 pm
Forum: Jonathan Nolan
Topic: CBS' Person of Interest
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ChrisTilford wrote:Erik & Greg did one for Panopticon.
http://bit.ly/1GzQ7RH
Forgot about that one. Thanks! :)
by Whistler
June 10th, 2015, 10:21 pm
Forum: Jonathan Nolan
Topic: CBS' Person of Interest
Replies: 5850
Views: 462833

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I don't think i have even seen what Denise The looks like. maybe shes been some behind the scenes photos on twiter or instagram and i just don't research. if not she truly hides in the dark. She did commentary with Greg for Liberty. https://screen.yahoo.com/person-interest-audio-commentary-01470089...
by Whistler
May 28th, 2015, 1:59 am
Forum: Jonathan Nolan
Topic: CBS' Person of Interest
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GeneMod wrote:Perhaps a better example of a classic tragedy is Romeo and Juliet or MacBeth, both Shakespearien plays of great repute.
Especially given the Shakespeare references in Endgame.
by Whistler
May 16th, 2015, 2:25 pm
Forum: Jonathan Nolan
Topic: CBS' Person of Interest
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How do you guys prefer the world would look like under the Samaritan regime: 1. A false utopia like Gotham in the beginning of The Dark Knight Rises? 2. A cyberpunk dystopia like the one in Batman Beyond (or DCAU in general)? Could be an extension of The Cold War (before the flood of numbers). Very...
by Whistler
May 14th, 2015, 12:23 pm
Forum: Jonathan Nolan
Topic: CBS' Person of Interest
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Whistler & Chase haven't spoken much about Westworld, but can't see why they wouldn't be there too, given how much they love the sci-fi aspects of this show, which will very likely be explored in a much edgier tone there. If the name Nolan is prominently attached, it's worth at least checking out. ...
by Whistler
May 13th, 2015, 9:01 pm
Forum: Jonathan Nolan
Topic: CBS' Person of Interest
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Views: 462833

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Havoc1st wrote:Anyway, shorter season = less writers, unless there's collaboration.
Good point. Would they have every episode be a co-write? Hopefully David Slack can do some heavier stuff again.
by Whistler
May 13th, 2015, 4:17 pm
Forum: Jonathan Nolan
Topic: CBS' Person of Interest
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thedarkshaw wrote:i will say i wouldn't mind a short season 5 and a short season 6... i can dig into that. i just hate uncertainty.
Agreed on both counts.
by Whistler
May 12th, 2015, 6:57 pm
Forum: Jonathan Nolan
Topic: CBS' Person of Interest
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I re-watched the pilot today. till this day that episode holds a place in my heart. The grenade launcher towards the SUV scene is still one of my favorites till this day. Yeah, it's still one of my favorites in Season 1 (just started a rewatch last night, too). oh and a fn made this custom season 5...
by Whistler
May 10th, 2015, 7:32 pm
Forum: Jonathan Nolan
Topic: CBS' Person of Interest
Replies: 5850
Views: 462833

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On another note, do you guys suppose that Alistair Wesley & The Ghost Caller were killed as part of the Correction? They're characters aren't those I particularly cared about, and if this were true, it'd be a quick & efficient way to write 'em out. That could work, at least as head-canon if it's no...
by Whistler
May 10th, 2015, 2:38 am
Forum: Jonathan Nolan
Topic: CBS' Person of Interest
Replies: 5850
Views: 462833

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I'd pegged the mid-season arc of next year, kicking off with Episode 100, to feature the new Machine finally coming online. Parallel to that would be Shaw's return in semi-regular capacity, and how both their re-entrances shake up the core of the plot & the character relationships, which could last...