UPDATE: A source from Collider has told the outlet that the information below is incorrect. Plus, the tweet in the original story below has been deleted. We apologize to our readers. As will all rumors, continue to take all rumors with a grain of salt.
I can hardly believe it myself, but it is been around the year and a half since Christopher Nolan released his last movie in the form of the war epic Dunkirk. Well, I didn’t really find the movie itself is very entertaining, there was no doubt in my mind that it was the work of a real auteur who is challenging himself to take advantage of the medium to its fullest. In that sense, I believe the movie succeeded.
However, I found myself really hungry for in original, high concept idea. Yes, no one has made the bulk of his box office dollars adapting other people’s works, but there is no denying that movies like Inception and Interstellar are also important in their own way. With that in mind, I was eager to see him headed back to a sci-fi thriller of some sort. Well, according to a new tweet from production weekly, it looks like I may be getting my wish.
Take a look at the tweet below:
https://twitter.com/prodweek/status/1102990235569405952[TWEET HAS BEEN DELETED]
As you can see there, this movie is being pitched as a romantic thriller in the vein of North by Northwest meets Inception. The movie looks to also reunite Nolan with director of photography Hoyte van Hoytema. It’s a bit of an odd mash-up, but one that I am all for. While Nolan has a tendency to be a bit too heavy for his own good, I do think there can be comparisons to someone like Alfred Hitchcock, who above all else desired that an audience member be entertained. Say what you will about Nolan’s movies, but I am always entertained.
How does the new movie sound to you? Are you excited to see him reunite with his Interstellar and Dunkirk cinematographer? Let us know your thoughts down below!
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SOURCE: Production Weekly