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Christopher Nolan’s Next Film to be Released July 2017 by Warner Bros.


But don’t get too excited yet, because if you read the headline, that’s about all there is to know. The Wrap is reporting that Christopher Nolan’s next film will release on July 21, 2017. The untitled movie will be released by Warner Bros., but in true Nolan fashion, the rest is shrouded in secrecy.

July 21, 2017 will be perhaps the most crowded release date of any Nolan film. The date is set to be shared by Pitch Perfect 3 and Luc Besson‘s Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. This is all also just two months after Star Wars: Episode VIII, two weeks after the next Pirates of the Caribbean, one week after the next Planet of the Apes, and one week before Sony’s next Spider-Man. Here’s to hoping Chris is working on an original idea! I know it’s tough to get excited off so little information, but you’re excited right? Who am I kidding? You’re pissing your pants.

by Teddy Blass
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Christopher Nolan Wins Big at the 2015 Empire Film Awards


Last Sunday at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel, Empire Magazine along with Jameson hosted their film awards. Christopher Nolan attended and ended up walking away with 3 awards. Christopher Nolan was guaranteed the Empire Inspiration award, presented to him by Jessica Chastain. Henry Cavill presented Nolan with the Best Director award for Interstellar. Interstellar also won the big prize of the night, Best Film, which Emma Thomas and Jessica Chastain joined Nolan on stage to accept.

Read on for the transcripts of the acceptance speeches.
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by Kelly Williams
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Interstellar: A Reckless, Mad Masterpiece


For those of you still uninitiated with Interstellar, last year’s shrouded-in-secrecy film by genius and innovator Christopher Nolan, stop reading here. It is the personification of discovery, an eyes-wide-open love song that dares to ask what if and opens doors to places both new and unexpected. As Christopher Nolan himself has said to the press, this film, perhaps more than any other of his, relishes in its untold story. There are the expected Nolan twists and turns, but so much of the meat and bones of the story has been lovingly withheld that spoiling seems rude. Interstellar is in a constant state of evolution and metamorphosis, with distinct phases that differ in look, structure, and theme. Continue reading

by Brendan Hodges
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