Christopher Nolan’s next film will officially be Interstellar, the ambitious sounding science fiction movie about the existence wormholes and time travel that has been written for the screen by his brother Jonathan Nolan (Memento, The Prestige, The Dark Knight Rises).
Paramount and Warner Bros have just announced it’ll be released on November 7th, 2014 in theatres and IMAX, in a rare joint venture for the rival juggernaut film studios.
A deal for Chris Nolan to direct his brother’s script was said to be close two months ago and had already been in the pipeline in late 2012, but was continuously delayed as Warner Bros (where Chris is firmly at home after Inception and his Batman trilogy) and Paramount Pictures (who own the script and had struggled to get the movie off the ground for years) tried to thrash out a financial deal that worked for both of them. Thankfully »
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