Christopher Nolan said a derelict metropolis built for 'Tenet' was a historically huge construction.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson has heaped praise on the cast of Tenet and promised that Christopher Nolan's film will push the boundaries of cinema.
Father of four Aaron Taylor-Johnson says his role in Tom Ford’s new film ‘Nocturnal Animals’ made him feel vulnerable as a parent. In the film, Taylor-Johnson’s gang force a car off the road separating a husband (played by Jake Gyllenhaal, one of two dual roles) from his wife and daughter and leaving him stranded in the middle of the desert, and the actor admits it made him ask very uncomfortable questions about fatherhood and male responsibility. “It’s a really difficult character to play for a male lead – to do something like that – it’s a very vulnerable place to be in,” Taylor-Johnson told Yahoo Movies, “and difficult for me also, to play the other side of that, to play that role, it’s pretty disturbing.
A deleted scene which didn’t make Joss Whedon’s final cut of ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ has been revealed that seems to give a new dimension to one of the film’s most shocking moments. The previously unseen clip starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s Quicksilver and Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch features on the DVD and Blu-ray release of Marvel’s superhero sequel, and had it been included in the theatrical release it could have made a vital climactic moment seem quite different. Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye is running across the ruined streets of the fictional Eastern European city carrying a young boy when - out of nowhere - one of Ultron’s drones rakes the street with bullets.