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It looks like Christopher Nolan may have found a project perfectly suited to him to follow up his Batman trilogy. The "Dark Knight Rises" director is in talks to helm and produce "Interstellar," a complex sci-fi film written by his brother Jonathan Nolan (who co-wrote "Dark Knight," "Dark Knight Rises" and "The Prestige"), and formerly slated to be directed by Oscar winner Steven Spielberg.  The script, about time travel and alternate dimensions, is based on theories developed by Kip Thorne, a noted Caltech theoretical physicist, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Nolan would produce through his Syncopy banner, with the film being set up at Paramount »

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