Reports indicate that The Dark Knight Rises director Christopher Nolan has offered Matthew McConaughey the lead role in his mysterious new sci-fi film Interstellar.
A new still from director Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel shows Amy Adams as Lois Lane on the trail of Clark Kent. The Warner Bros. franchise reboot opens June 14.
A new rumor contends Christopher Nolan has agreed to oversee Warner Bros.’ DC Comics properties, with the studio attempt to convince Christian Bale to reprise his role as Batman in Justice League.
Judging from titles, trailers and interviews, 2013 is shaping up to be a grim year for genre films, ranging from Star Trek Into Darkness to The Wolverine to Thor: The Dark World. But why?
Christopher Nolan is looking to follow The Dark Knight Rises with Interstellar, a sci-fi project written by his brother Jonathan Holan for Warner Bros. and Paramount Pictures.
Michael Caine details the backstory he created for Alfred Pennyworth in the Batman trilogy that received the stamp of approval from director Christopher Nolan.
Man of Steel producer Christopher Nolan assures that the approach he and director Zack Snyder took with Superman is different from what was done with Batman Begins. “Superman is a completely different character than Batman,” he says. “So you can’t in any way use the same template.”
Marion Cotillard, who repeatedly lied about her role in The Dark Knight Rises, insists she would do it all over again. Warning: Spoilers?
The Master director Paul Thomas Anderson reveals he admires Christopher Nolan’s ability to combine “the highest level of artistic skill and a kind of commerciality” with his Batman movies.
Jonathan Nolan explains why he thinks the open-ended conclusion of The Dark Knight Rises is important, and why he and brother Christopher Nolan decided to include Robin.
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.