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A Lifelong Fascination Led Christopher Nolan To Inception

Christopher Nolan isn’t afraid to make high-concept films. From the never-ending memory hole at the center of “Memento” to the high-level theoretical science that propelled “Interstellar,” Nolan never feels the need to dumb himself or his ideas down.This is part of the reason that Nolan is one of the better-regarded directors in the business today. […]

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The Infernal Machine Clip: Guy Pearce Is Driven Mad By Cryptic Messages [Excusive]

In “The Infernal Machine,” Guy Pearce plays a reclusive author lured out of hiding by an obsessive fan. Maybe his character was written in response to cinephiles demanding more leading roles from the star of “Memento.” In the past, Pearce has seemed content to inhabit supporting roles, like when he donned old-age makeup for “Prometheus” or […]

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Christopher Nolan Exits Warner Bros. After Nearly Two Decades, New Film Set Up at Universal

Christopher Nolan is officially leaving Warner Bros. after 19 years. Deadline confirms the director’s next movie, a biographical drama about J. Robert Oppenheimer and his role in the development of the atom bomb, has landed at Universal Pictures. Since 2002’s “Memento” and through 2020’s “Tenet,” Nolan made all of his movies for Warner Bros. Nolan’s […]

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Christopher Nolan’s Next Project Will Tackle J. Robert Oppenheimer And The A-Bomb

Big news, Nolanites: Christopher Nolan is lining up his next film and now we know what it will be about. The director of “Memento” and “The Dark Knight” trilogy is shopping his latest script around Tinseltown, and in a move that should surprise no one, he’s looking to movie studios outside his usual sandbox of Warner […]

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‘Disturbing the Peace’ Review: Guy Pearce Marshals This Ruthless, Pointless Western

When you look at the filmography of actor Guy Pearce, you see classics like “L.A. Confidential” and “Memento” beside box office and critical duds like “Factory Girl” and “Seeking Justice.” Active since before 1990, Pearce has worked with great directors, impressive co-actors, and played a plethora of roles. Continually, he veers back in the direction […]

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‘Tenet’ Trailer Breakdown: Has Christopher Nolan Made a Time Travel Movie?

Christopher Nolan loves playing with time. Films like Inception and Dunkirk are both based around a ticking-clock timeline, and Memento runs in reverse order. And now he might be going all-in with a time travel movie. Maybe. After a theater-only teaser, the first Tenet trailer has arrived online, and as is usually the case with […]

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Sigourney Weaver, Margaret Qualley to Star in ‘My Salinger Year’ (Exclusive)

Sigourney Weaver and Margaret Qualley are set to co-star in “My Salinger Year,” the big-screen adaptation of Joanna Rakoff’s international bestseller, which will be directed by Oscar-nominated Canadian director Philippe Falardeau.Memento Films International (“Call Me by Your Name”) has come on board to handle international sales and is co-representing the U.S. rights with UTA Independent […]

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