Nolan's Next Film

Speculation and discussion about Christopher Nolan's possible and confirmed future projects.
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Whatever it is, Bale must be in it. Did he already ended filming the Cheney pic?

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I don't know, probably not, but maybe we'll hear some informations during his visit to India next week.

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Blade Runner 3 :twothumbsup:

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what would make him change his mind though

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So actually he's got his beard so if we trust the theory, he is in the middle of something, it's only a matter of time now.

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I think Nolan should direct a movie with the bright young actor Tom Holland in it. A good project the two could work together on is an adaptation of the video game Kid Icarus, with Holland playing the protagonist Pit.

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natalie wrote:
January 14th, 2018, 2:00 pm
What about a Dan Eldon's biopic starring Timothée Chalamet?
Oh I didn't know that Chris knew Dan Eldon (they were friend?) and went to a safari in Africa, a biopic would be interesting, especially if it's something very personal.
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with all the 2001 stuff...what are the odds he'd try adapt the remaining Space Odyssey books? (2061 and 3001) Tom Hanks was initially attached in the early 2000s, then Syfy were gonna do a miniseries but that fell through.

If there's any director working today that could do with 2001 what Villeneuve did with Blade Runner, it's Nolan.

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Haven't gotten around to see 2001 yet (dont shoot me thanks), but I'd love to see that.

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antovolk wrote:
April 4th, 2018, 7:50 am
with all the 2001 stuff...what are the odds he'd try adapt the remaining Space Odyssey books? (2061 and 3001) Tom Hanks was initially attached in the early 2000s, then Syfy were gonna do a miniseries but that fell through.

If there's any director working today that could do with 2001 what Villeneuve did with Blade Runner, it's Nolan.
Perhaps seeing Blade Runner 2049 he thinks it can be done with 2001 as well? I mean, 2049 is an incredible sequel to a classic.

I wouldn't mind seeing Nolan return to science-fiction.

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