If last week’s Inception parody on South Park seemed a little familiar, it could be because you’d already seen parts of it online; the creators of the Comedy Central show have apologized for accidentally stealing lines from a viral video.
Even in light of the sizable hole created by the South Park gang in “Insheeption,” there’s still no denying that people remain bowled over by Christopher Nolan’s Inception. And some of those people include the folks at Warner Bros., who are reportedly interested in expanding the Inception brand with sequels.
Christopher Nolan’s dream-centric action thriller has been in theaters for months now, so most of you have probably seen it at this point. Are you still scratching your head over the ending? Well, scratch no more, as Michael Caine has an explanation — and needless to say, spoilers lie ahead!
Did it keep spinning? Did it fall? What does it all mean?! Oh, and spoilers for the ending of Inception lie ahead, of course.
The Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan discussed his writing process Saturday at the Los Angeles Times Hero Complex Film Festival. Revealing how he uses diagrams to maintain the often-complex structures of his work, Nolan said he tends to begin with the blank page.
Warner Bros. has released a new 60-second TV commercial and seven character posters for Inception, Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi thriller about a skilled thief who can steal secrets from deep within the subconscious during the dream state.
Warner Bros. has released a new trailer for Inception, Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi psychological thriller about a skilled thief who can steal valuable secrets from deep within the subconscious during the dream state.