April Fools Inception
Posted on Friday, April 1st, 2011 at 1:46 pm by TeddyBlass
Well it seems that someone over at WaterTower Music has heard our collective cries and decided to release a Collector’s Edition of Hans Zimmer’s score to Inception. Hardcore fans of the film have noticed the more than fair amount of score in the movie that is missing from the original soundtrack release. Well guys, this new release contains over 40 minutes of unreleased music and 3 brand new remixes produced by world renowned remixers. The 8-1/8″ by 8-3/4″ package also comes with a 42-page booklet with photos and stories by Hans Zimmer, Johnny Marr and Christopher Nolan, as well as a DVD with 5.1 audio and video interviews. Check out the tracklisting below. Warning: For those who haven’t seen the film yet (seriously, do you people actually exist?) there are mild-spoilers (if you’re smart enough to piece it together) in some of the track titles. Read the rest of this entry »
April Fools Inception
Posted on Thursday, April 1st, 2010 at 2:00 pm by AlexHaas
Awesome! It looks like we didn’t have to wait until Iron Man 2 for the release of the third Inception trailer.
According to the Warner Bros. Exhibitor website, this is the trailer that will be attached to Clash of the Titans tomorrow!!
Posted on Wednesday, April 1st, 2009 at 5:16 am by AlexHaas
[April Fools] You read it correctly. Batman fans are getting their wish. Earlier today, Syncopy Films announced that Christopher Nolan will shift his attention from the Inception project to focus on the release of a third Batman film, entitled “Batman Redemption.” This decision came after Leonardo DiCaprio, who was set to star in Inception, wanted to push shooting on the film back a number of months so that he may shoot an unspecified passion project. Warner Bros insisted that Nolan push up the schedule on Batman 3 in return. David S. Goyer and Christopher Nolan already had a story outline complete and had handed it off to younger brother Jonathan Nolan, co-writer of The Dark Knight, some months ago to do a couple drafts.
Commenting on the script, the 38 year-old director said, “I have no doubt that a story like this has the potential to top The Dark Knight, otherwise I wouldn’t be doing it.” When asked about fan concern about rushing the film, Nolan commented, “[Batman Redemption] is going to have the exact same timeline which we had for The Dark Knight after Batman Begins in 2005. We’re not rushing anything, we’re just not delaying anymore, that’s all.” Batman Redemption will hit theaters Summer 2011.