Warner Bros. offer Ready Player One to Nolan?

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A month after interstellar opened, and making over $500 million worldwide, rumours concerning Christopher Nolan’s next project have surfaced.

Yesterday, tracking-board.com reported that Warner Bros. have offered Christopher Nolan, as well as other directors the sci-fi adventure film Ready Player One. A novel by Ernest Cline, adapted by Zak Penn. Other directors in contention are Matthew Vaughn, Edgar Wright, Peter Jackson, and Robert Zemeckis. One can assume that if Nolan is interested, he will get it.

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by Kelly Williams
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Christopher Nolan on The Colbert Report (December 3, 2014)

This week, Christopher Nolan appeared on The Colbert Report to talk about Interstellar and his thoughts on “blowing sh*t up”. Naturally, Stephen Colbert is a Nolan Fan.

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Interstellar Opens with $50 Million at the Weekend Box-Office

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Estimates are in, and it appears that Interstellar has earned approximately $50 million this past weekend at the Box-Office. The film also opened two days early for limited 70mm IMAX, 35mm, and traditional 70mm formats, which adds an additional $2 million to the estimated gross since release, brining it to $52.15 million. The weekend gross is less than Nolan’s previous non-Batman release, Inception, which opened with $62.8 million, but was also released during the peak of Summer in 2010. Interstellar took in $13.4 million from IMAX theaters, which eclipses other November releases such as Skyfall and Catching Fire, with $12.6 million and $12.75 million respectively. That makes the IMAX total over a quarter of all earnings, which is an achievement for a film that pushed the premium format so extensively in marketing.

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