Poor 'Justice League.' It just can't catch a break. When news broke that Warner Bros. wanted their own version of Marvel's 'The Avengers' to hit the big screen, fans of the DC universe were in hysterics, but the project has been seesawing back and forth between "Yah, we will make it" and "Nah, it's dead." Now, the biggest report we've heard so far, referring of course to Christopher Nolan's attachment, has been debunked by WB themselves.
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Well alright, alright, alright. Anne Hathaway is looking to be the latest name to join Christopher Nolan's upcoming sci-fi flick 'Interstellar.'
Well, this is quite the career rebound. Matthew McConaughey, after a couple of years of solid character work -- and a lot of stolen scenes -- is now back in the big leagues as it appears Christopher Nolan wants him to be the lead in his next film 'Interstellar.' Not bad for an almost wash-out, yeah?
Back in January, word was that 'The Dark Knight Rises' director Christopher Nolan was looking to follow up his Batman trilogy and 'Man of Steel' production duties with the original sci-fi space adventure film 'Interstellar.' Now, it's official and the project, produced through Warner Bros. and Paramount, has a 2014 release date just a couple months after Marvel's own space movie 'Guardians of the Galaxy.'
For the past year, there's been one big question surrounding a potential 'Justice League' movie: how do you possibly compete with the likes of 'The Avengers'? Well, it looks like Warner Bros. may finally have a game plan: they want to bring back Christian Bale as Batman. And that's not all.
Having concluded his Batman trilogy last year with 'The Dark Knight Rises,' it's been a bit of a waiting game to see what Christopher Nolan would do next. It turns out he wants 'Interstellar' to be his next project.
We recently brought you news that cinematographer Wally Pfister's ('The Dark Knight' trilogy) directorial debut will be a science fiction film, and now it looks as though Christopher Nolan's pal has attracted a big name for his big first outing: Johnny Depp.
'The Dark Knight Rises' hit theaters this past summer to high box office numbers and continued to "rise" in popularity as word spread about Christopher Nolan's last film in the 'Dark Knight' trilogy. And soon, one of the biggest hits of the summer, which gave 'The Avengers' a strenuous run for its money, will be coming home on Blu-ray and DVD. What better way to get pumped than to relive the glory of Batman's final hours in the trailer for 'The Dark Knight Rises' Blu-ray combo pack?
We've known for a while now that 'The Dark Knight Rises' would be hitting DVD and Blu-ray the first week of December (now December 4), but we didn't know the specs for this summer's second biggest hit. Would there be the thirty minutes of deleted scenes that were rumored, or any deleted material at all? The specs are in, the answer is no.
Depending on where you live, Christopher Nolan’s superhero smash ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ might still be playing in multiplexes… sometimes even on your local IMAX screen. But thanks to the ever-shrinking window between theatrical and DVD release, you now can start planning to own ‘Rises’ on December 3, and here are a few of the options that will be at your consumer-driven fingertips.