Although it’s not explicitly stated in the rating notification, it’s likely this prologue will take the form of an IMAX-exclusive sneak peek.
Christian Bale has revealed that he and Christopher Nolan were approached to make a Batman 4, but here's why they turned it down.
The 'Ad Astra' filmmaker says leading man Brad Pitt is one of the last true movie stars working in Hollywood.
Ex-EastEnders star Himesh Patel has landed a role in the mysterious new Christopher Nolan action movie Tenet, according to reports.
Maintaining his reputation as the most secretive blockbuster director in the world, Christopher Nolan has dropped an unannounced teaser for his new movie, Tenet.
Christopher Nolan really took his time getting Christian Bale into the cape and cowl of the Dark Knight in Batman Begins.
The 'Dunkirk' breakout star made his movie debut with Christopher Nolan who he describes as "incredibly intelligent".
Harry Styles gives a fascinating insight into Christopher Nolan's meticulous attention to in this new behind-the-scenes look at 'Dunkirk'.
Christopher Nolan's new World War II movie 'Dunkirk' might have wowed the critics in the US and on this side of the channel, but in France? Not so much.
Christopher Nolan's 'Dunkirk' is being called the first sure-fire Oscar contender of the year, in a rash of blisteringly good reviews.
Reviews are still embargoed, but some critics shown early screenings of Christopher Nolan's war movie 'Dunkirk' have gone as far as to hail it as 'a classic'.
With Christopher Nolan's WWII epic 'Dunkirk' getting the widest 70mm distribution in 25 years, we take a look at what that means for cineastes.
Movie fans have taken to social media to lambast the studio for its 'crass' attempt to compare the playoffs to the 'miracle of Dunkirk'.
The Bond series has always been a producer-driven affair, going back to the 1960s heyday of the suave British super-spy. Production company Eon may have allowed film-makers of the calibre of Marc Forster (’Monster’s Ball’) and Lee Tamahori (’Once Were Warriors’) to take on 007 over the past two decades, but there’s a reason Quentin Tarantino was never hired despite making it clear he would have loved the job. The ‘Pulp Fiction’ director would have delivered a typically eccentric, stridently idiosyncratic take on Her Majesty’s top secret agent, shifting M’s man radically away from the basic Bond blueprint that has worked so well for decades.