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The first trailer is due to be attached to The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug over the weekend, and here’s to hoping that it will land online very soon after (if not before). In the meantime, Warner Bros. has teased us with the film’s official logo, to help make the wait a little easier.
The official synopsis is still being kept under wraps, and I’m rather hoping that it stays that way, even after the first trailer has been released. We do know that the film will depict a heroic interstellar voyage to the furthest reaches of our scientific understanding, and there’s a possibility that it also involves corn.
- Kenji Lloyd
You found out what Jonathan Nolan protege Wally Pfister’s “Transcendence” was all about yesterday via a helpful official synopsis, and today brings two official images from the film courtesy of EW. Check them out below, check them outers. Just when we didn’t think Johnny Depp’s cinematic personality could get any weirder, he goes and turns him into a computer. Now if they can only paint a funky ‘stache on his computer face… Dr. Will Caster (Johnny Depp) is the foremost researcher in the field of Artificial Intelligence, working to create a sentient machine that combines the collective intelligence of everything ever known with the full range of human emotions. His highly controversial experiments have made him famous, but they have also made him the prime target of anti-technology extremists who will do whatever it takes to stop him. However, in their attempt to destroy Will, they inadvertently »
Directed and co-written by Christopher Nolan (Inception, The Dark Knight Trilogy) was filmed around the globe utilizing a mixture of 35mm anamorphic and IMAX film photography to bring to the screen a script based on the combination of an original idea by Nolan and an existing script by Jonathan Nolan. The story chronicles the adventures of a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage. Starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Bill Irwin, John Lithgow, Casey Affleck, David Gyasi, Wes Bentley, Mackenzie Foy, Timothée Chalamet, Topher Grace, David Oyelowo, Ellen Burstyn, and Michael Caine, Internstellar is currently scheduled to be »
- Pietro Filipponi
Warner Bros. Pictures and Paramount Pictures have launched the official website for Christopher Nolan's sci-fi adventure Interstellar at Interstellarmovie.com/. They also unveiled a fresh logo that is featured on the site. Check it out.
Directed and co-written by Christopher Nolan, the production will travel the globe and utilize a mixture of 35mm anamorphic and IMAX film photography to bring to the screen a script based on the combination of an original idea by Nolan and an existing script by Jonathan Nolan, originally developed for Paramount Pictures and producer Lynda Obst. The new script chronicles the adventures of a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage.
Concept Art by Romek Delmata It has been eight years since Batman vanished into the night, turning, in that instant, from hero to fugitive. Assuming the blame for the death of D.A. Harvey Dent, the Dark Knight sacrificed everything for what he and Commissioner Gordon both hoped was the greater good. For a time the lie worked, as criminal activity in Gotham City was crushed under the weight of the anti-crime Dent Act. But everything will change with the arrival of a cunning cat burglar with a mysterious agenda. Far more dangerous, however, is the emergence of Bane, a masked terrorist whose ruthless plans for Gotham drive Bruce out of his self-imposed exile. But even if he dons the cape and cowl again, Batman may be no match for Bane. The Dark Knight Rises was directed by Christopher Nolan, from a screenplay written by Christopher and Jonathan Nolan. The »
The first trailer for Warner Bros. Pictures' Interstellar, the first movie from Christopher Nolan since last summer's The Dark Knight Rises, is set to debut December 13th. It will be in theaters attached to The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. It will run a total of 1 minute and 43 seconds. This news comes from The Film Stage
— The Film Stage (@TheFilmStage) November 28, 2013
Directed and co-written by Christopher Nolan (Inception, The Dark Knight Trilogy), the production has traveled the globe to utilize a mixture of 35mm anamorphic and IMAX film photography, bringing to the screen a script based on the combination of an original idea by Christopher Nolan and an existing script by Jonathan Nolan, originally developed for Paramount Pictures and producer Lynda Obst.
The story chronicles the »
Person of Interest, Season 3, Episode 10: “The Devil’s Share”
Directed by Chris Fisher
Airs Tuesdays at 10pm Et on CBS
When a show with a cast as small as Person of Interest decides to kill off one of its main characters, the next episode can often give an indication of how the show will feel going forward. In the case of Person of Interest, it handles the change with aplomb and never falters in its ability to still tell compelling character stories. On the heels of Detective Carter’s (Taraji P. Henson) death, Reese (Jim Caziezel) and Shaw (Sarah Shahi) are, separately, trying to locate Officer Simmons (Robert John Burke) and Alonzo Quinn (Clarke Peters) in the search for vengeance.
A big fear with Carter gone is that a good deal of the spirit that the show had would now be gone as well, »
- Drew Koenig
There will be no twist to bring Carter back now that she's gone, Henson confirms, though "Person of Interest" showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Greg Plageman did tease that Henson might reappear in flashbacks. In the aftermath of "The Devil's Share," Henson went on "CBS This Morning" to discuss saying goodbye to Carter.
"I knew [about the death] when I signed on to do the project," she tells "CBS This Morning," admitting she couldn't even tell her costars she knew she was going to get killed off. "Oh, that was so hard, because I don't lie well. I couldn't even tell my castmates. I'm talking to them everyday, and I felt like such a little liar."
Since Henson has had so »
"Person of Interest" said goodbye to one of its own in last week's "The Crossing," and no one on the CBS drama was going to take that death lying down. But the person who finally took Simmons' life as revenge surprisingly wasn't the person who brought the Hr member to justice, and wasn't even someone we expected.
"The Devil's Share" was a lovely way to send Carter off as the characters on "Person of Interest" all wrestled with her death. From Finch and Reese to Fusco and Elias, the many people whose lives Carter touched remembered her with a respect that caused them to not compromise who they are. For Fusco, that meant arresting Simmons instead of killing him. For Reese, he didn't kill Quinn. For Elias -- admittedly not the most stand-up of men -- he had one of his men kill Simmons because he liked Carter quite a bit. »
In the Nov. 19 episode Person of Interest, the show went to a place that not many TV shows are brave enough to do, when it killed off a main character. BuddyTV spoke with creator Jonathan Nolan and executive producer Greg Plageman about the repercussions of the death on Reese and Finch, the future of the Machine and that unscripted kiss. »
The characters on "Person of Interest" are out for blood after the death of Carter in "The Crossing." Reese, Fusco and even Finch want revenge against Simmons in the Nov. 26 episode, "The Devil's Share."
But they aren't the only ones out for the rogue police officer. In an exclusive first look at the new episode, courtesy of Zap2it, a newspaper reveals that the NYPD is after the ever-elusive Hr member as well. According to CBS, the newspaper will feature a big role in the upcoming episode.
In the above featurette about "The Devil's Share," "Person of Interest" co-showrunner Jonathan Nolan discusses the way Carter's death will affect the team. He says this will be the first time viewers will see a true rift between the surviving team members.
"Loss is never easy in our show, certainly not easy for these characters. They're going to find their way back together, »
David S. Goyer’s name gets tossed around a lot these days. Most fanboys now know him as the guy who wrote the Dark Knight Trilogy alongside Chris and Jonathan Nolan – and more recently, the Superman reboot Man of Steel. But hardcore fans (or just older ones) know that Goyer’s comic book movie resume goes Way deeper than that: He wrote the Blade movie trilogy, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, the superhero-themed Jumper, and even directed Blade 3, the spinoff TV series, as well as the 1998 Marvel TV movie Nick Fury: Agent of Shield with David Hasselhoff – just to name a few.
With a filmography like that, it’s surprising that it’s taken this long for Goyer to find a ...
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- Kofi Outlaw
With so many TV shows holding on to their main characters for dear life, ‘Person Of Interest’ fans were shocked when a fan-favorite character bit it on the Nov. 19 episode. The show’s head honcho has finally told us why, so read on for the gory details. Spoilers ahead!
CBS’ procedural drama Person Of Interest killed off one of its leads during its Nov. 19 episode, leaving viewers stunned and in need of answers. HollywoodLife‘s sister site TVLine chatted with the show’s creator Jonah Nolan to find out why they offed the fan-favorite right after that tantalizing kiss.
‘Person of Interest’: Why Carter Was Killed Take Our Poll
Taraji P. Henson‘s Detective Jocelyn Carter was shot and killed during Person of Interest‘s Nov. 19 episode, right after she finally kissed John Reese (Jim Caviezel). Poi creator Jonah Nolan says that killing Carter was a difficult decision, but one that was ultimately necessary. »
- HL Intern
CBS’ Person of Interest this week shocked, and in some cases devastated, viewers by killing off a main character, played by original cast member Taraji P. Henson. But make no mistake, the onetime Academy Award nominee (for her turn in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) was not blindsided by the twist. (As the Poi EPs told TVLine earlier this week, the entire cast was told on Day 1, “Nothing lasts forever.”)
Here, Henson tries to tender comfort to her fans, offers her Pov from the other end of That Kiss and shares her hope that Joss Carter’s legacy is »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Person of Interest creator Jonah Nolan says that when he rounded up his cast almost three years ago, the message was clear: “Nothing lasts forever.” That in unspooling this tale of two men, a Machine and the others in their orbit, the mandate was to keep the stakes real.
That much was confirmed this Tuesday night, when the CBS drama killed off, in the episode’s final moments, the character of newly re-minted Detective Joss Carter, played by Taraji P. Henson. Here, Nolan and Ep Greg Plageman reveal all that went into that difficult but preordained decision, share a secret »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Taraji P. Henson's character's death on "Person of Interest" Season 3 is something fans have had a hard time wrestling with, even if she saw it coming and has come to terms with it. Joss Carter was killed at a high point in her arc, and many viewers have expressed outrage that she was offed and even said they won't continue watching this show without her on it.
Zap2it had a chance to speak with "Person of Interest" showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Greg Plageman about why Carter's death wasn't so surprising after all. They also reveal that the kiss between Carter and Reese wasn't planned and almost didn't make the episode's final cut, and that Henson could be back in future flashback sequences.
Zap2it: Though Carter's death was a surprise to fans, this seems like it was a decision you both made a while ago.
Jonathan Nolan: From the beginning, »
So what does a set feel like when a show is filming one of its main character’s final scenes?
Hell if I know! Back in October, there are few if any signs of the typical sadness I’m expecting when I arrive on set for Henson’s last moment – a midnight shoot on Hudson and Houston, where few passersby are out strolling but security is tight nonetheless. It is, after all, a »
- Marc Snetiker
It has been eight years since Batman vanished into the night, turning, in that instant, from hero to fugitive. Assuming the blame for the death of D.A. Harvey Dent, the Dark Knight sacrificed everything for what he and Commissioner Gordon both hoped was the greater good. For a time the lie worked, as criminal activity in Gotham City was crushed under the weight of the anti-crime Dent Act. But everything will change with the arrival of a cunning cat burglar with a mysterious agenda. Far more dangerous, however, is the emergence of Bane, a masked terrorist whose ruthless plans for Gotham drive Bruce out of his self-imposed exile. But even if he dons the cape and cowl again, Batman may be no match for Bane. The Dark Knight Rises was directed by Christopher Nolan, from a screenplay written by Christopher and Jonathan Nolan. The cast included: Christian Bale as Bruce Wayne/Batman, »
[Spoiler Alert: Stop reading if you haven’t watched Tuesday night’s episode of Person of Interest!]
After setting up the possibility that Detective Fusco (Kevin Chapman) would be the one to kick it, Person of Interest creator Jonathan Nolan and Ep Greg Plageman threw audiences for a loop by sending beloved cop Joss Carter (Taraji P. Henson) to an early grave on tonight’s jaw-dropping episode.
EW talked with Nolan and Plageman about what went into the decision to kill off Carter and how they managed to keep it a secret from…well, pretty much everyone. (Also, check out our interview with Henson!)
Entertainment Weekly: You guys, I’m devastated. This is awful!
- Marc Snetiker
Get ready for a whirlwind, Person of Interest fans! Tuesday night’s episode “The Crossing” may very well leave you gasping for breath – or at least that’s what the show’s creator Jonathan Nolan and Ep Greg Plageman are hoping.
After last week’s Machine-spewing madness (38 numbers!!), things take a big turn this week: For the first time, Reese’s number comes up. “It’s a big deal for our show, it’s never happened before,” Nolan says of Tuesday’s episode, the second in a three-episode arc that began with last week’s “Endgame.” “The man in the »
- Marc Snetiker
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