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5-Minute Prologue for Dunkirk to Screen Before Rogue One in IMAX

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Our friends over at Trailer Track uncovered a tweet (now deleted) earlier today from The Minnesota Zoo IMAX Theatre stating they’ll be screening a 7-minute prologue for Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk in front of showings of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. This sort of thing has been rumored or suggested as a possibility for the past few months, with recent reports claiming that a trailer for Dunkirk would screen with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story at the very least. However, the fact that a tweet regarding the report was retweeted by Aneurin Barnard (one of the young stars of Dunkirk) suggests that this prologue rumor is all but confirmed.

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by Teddy Blass
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Christopher Nolan to Direct Dunkirk for Warner Bros. in IMAX and 65mm

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It appears the rumors from Christmas day have forced Warner Bros. to announce details of Christopher Nolan’s next film, which will be titled Dunkirk. The news broke exclusively via Variety this afternoon, and has already quickly spread across the net. According to the report, the film will be from Nolan’s own original screenplay, but based around actual events. Rumors from insiders speculate that yet-to-be cast unknown teens will lead the ensemble cast, with Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance, and Kenneth Branagh to fill out the ensemble.

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by Teddy Blass
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Interstellar: A Reckless, Mad Masterpiece

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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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