Dunkirk General Information/Discussion

The 2017 World War II thriller about the evacuation of British and Allied troops from Dunkirk beach.
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Sky007 wrote:Yes that's what I meant. Memento was the last film that followed an original work.
Ah, I misread your post. Apologies.

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I really like both of the DPs but I would also love to see Nolan work with either Deakins, Lubezki or Kaminski.

i just need more cronenweth in my life, if nolan could facilitate that that'd be nice of him

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mchekhov 2: Chek Harder wrote:i just need more cronenweth in my life, if nolan could facilitate that that'd be nice of him
That would honestly be the most interesting film ever made.

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Considering Interstellar was one of the best looking films I've ever seen, I'd like to see Nolan continue to work with Hoyte.

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CHRIS NOLAN has finished a "comprehensive draft" of the screenplay for his next film.

:?:

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nolannolanchrischris wrote:@mccrabb_will
CHRIS NOLAN has finished a "comprehensive draft" of the screenplay for his next film.

:?:
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We're looking at a late fall shoot for a late 2016 release. I bet it is not a massive film set in London. 60-100 budget range.

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Hope at last.

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That's probably a correct guess. London noir film?

Oh and FINALLYYYYYYY :gonf:

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WB Comic Con announcement maybe?!?

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