For a film fixated on details and accuracy, Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi epic is plagued by numerous plot holes. Here are the ones we spotted.
Beautifully shot and painstakingly detailed, the filmmaker’s sci-fi epic suffers from a frustrating inattention to its emotional core.
As Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi film examines the need to explore the universe, the cast and crew discuss what space travel has meant to them.
Academy Award winner Anne Hathaway is in talks to reteam with her Dark Knight Rises director Christopher Nolan for the time-travel space epic Interstellar.
Last night’s Academy Awards ceremony was a story of upset and redemption, as Life of Pi‘s Ang Lee beat out early favorite Steven Spielberg for best director, and Ben Affleck, long the butt of jokes for his work in front of the camera, accepted the trophy for best picture of Argo.
Although Les Misérables and Showtime’s Homeland led the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards with three wins each, the night belonged to Argo director Ben Affleck and hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
When asked if she would ever want to star in a Catwoman spinoff, Anne Hathaway got choked up and answered, “It just makes me cry. I miss her. I love Selina so much and I love her presence in my life.”
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group has at last revealed the details for the Dec. 4 Blu-ray and DVD release of director Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises.
As Anne Hathaway circles a role in Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Robopocalypse, outgoing Fox chairman Tom Rothman has signed on to produce the sci-fi action movie.
Warner Bros. has announced that director Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises will be available on Blu-ray and DVD and for digital download on Dec. 3. Expect more details soon.