Red Hood wrote:And then the film turns out to be the sequel of Magic Mike.
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Nope.DoubleD wrote:Allstar, are you the one who started this rumor?
http://www.tracking-board.com/tb-exclus ... many-more/Joseph Gordon-Levitt could reunite with “The Dark Knight Rises” lenser Wally Pfister for his directorial debut, UNTITLED JACK PAGLEN DRAMA PROJECT. Details about the plot are being kept under wraps, but it is said to by tonally similar to “Inception.” Christopher Nolan is producing.
Why would he hire someone who is not a skilled DP?oracle86 wrote:It would be beyond cool if Nolan could be Pfister's DP, but sadly I don't think that will happen. If Pfister asks him though, I don't think Nolan would refuse.ArmandFancypants wrote:It seems like a funny thing to look at, but I think at this point I'm most curious as to who Pfister will pick as his DP. I'm thinking he might go with Greg Baldi, his most recent camera op, purely because I can't see him working with another cinematography big wig.
Maybe Nolan should do him a favour and demote himself to DP. Following is a neat-looking film, and it'd have to be a first in cinema history.
It's one of those curiosity items, who a DP picks to be his DP, whether it's Cardiff using Freddie Francis, or Barry Sonnenfeld using Owen Roizman. It can tell you a little bit about what they value in their own work, at the very least.
Yeah, it will be interesting to see who eventually gets the DP job.