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Christopher Nolan's new movie explores the man behind the Manhattan Project in the Second World War.
"I don’t know if it came directly from Chris Nolan," says Kravitz, now playing Catwoman in "The Batman."
Christopher Nolan is adding more star power to his World War II drama “Oppenheimer.” Oscar winner Rami Malek, Oscar nominee Florence Pugh and “Uncut Gems” director Benny Safdie have joined an ensemble that already includes Robert Downey Jr., Matt Damon, Cillian Murphy and Emily Blunt. The film, with its oh-so-commercial-sounding story about the development of […]
Christopher Nolan is reportedly still so incensed with Warner Bros that he might not ever work with the studio again.
A brace of UK movie giants have signed an open letter to the chancellor asking for more money to help save the UK cinema industry.
Legendary, the producer of Denis Villeneuve's new version of Frank Herbert's sci-fi classic Dune, is threatening lawsuits if the movie goes straight to streaming.
Warner Bros shook the film industry last week when announcing its 2021 slate of movies – including Dune, Matrix 4 and The Suicide Squad – would launch on HBO Max simultaneously with cinemas in the US.
Watch: Tenet trailer Considering the circumstances in which it was released – amid a global pandemic – Christopher Nolan's Tenet had the privilege of being the only new movie out in months.
Tenet star John David Washington says that even he doesn’t understand Christopher Nolan’s latest blockbuster, which has bamboozled critics and viewers.
Warner Bros have denied claims that Tenet director Christopher Nolan forced the studio to release it into cinemas.
Christopher Nolan says that he and Robert Pattinson originally didn’t talk about his casting as Batman while shooting Tenet.
Christopher Nolan's latest is causing some fans to shell out a lot of money to see it on the big screen.
The first reviews for Tenet, Christopher Nolan’s repeatedly delayed blockbuster, have finally emerged, and they are very much a mixed bag.
One particular scene, filmed one night in India, caused problems for leading man John David Washington.
The 'Black Panther' composer used some innovative methods to make the 'Tenet' score sound as unique as the movie's story.
The 'Tenet' director said he has always been inspired by seeing the Roger Moore adventure on the big screen as a child.