Will release 7/17/20
'The Dark Knight' Director Christopher Nolan's Next Film Gets a Release Date
And thats the end of the news But I've been waiting to hear when his next movie will appear and now we know. Let the speculation begin!
As you can see above, Hoyte van Hoytema, who shot Interstellar and Dunkirk, is reuniting with Christopher Nolan for Nolan’s new untitled film. That film is “described as a romantic thriller, North by Northwest in tone meets Inception.” The idea of Nolan doing anything romantic is certainly fascinating. I’m not one of those people who thinks Nolan’s movies are cold and emotionless – Interstellar is loaded with emotion – but he’s never done anything romantic before. The closest thing to romance in his movies has been the toxic relationship between Leonardo DiCaprio and Marion Cotillard in Inception.
Saying the film is like North by Northwest in tone is another interesting tidbit. That Alfred Hitchcock classic, which starred Cary Grant as a man being chased by spies after he’s mistaken for a government agent, is loaded with typical Hitchcockian suspense, but it’s also quite playful and even humorous at times. Humor is another thing Nolan doesn’t do often.
Then you throw in the Inception element, which throws the whole thing off. Does that mean another mind-bending saga awaits us? More fantastical elements? No matter what this film is about, this very brief description makes it sound as if Nolan is trying to stretch himself a bit, and break out of his usual mold…while also remaining true to his style (this the “meets Inception” bit).
DoP Hoyte van Hoytema is planning to re-team with Christopher Nolan on his upcoming production scheduled to begin filming this June. The Warner Bros. feature is described as a romantic thriller, NORTH BY NORTHWEST in tone meets INCEPTION
According to the outlet, Nolan’s next movie is called Tenet. There are little to no details about the plot, but it’s being described as “an action epic evolving from the world of international espionage.” As we already knew, the movie stars John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, and Elizabeth Debicki, but they won’t be alone. Joining them are Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Kenneth Branagh, Michael Caine (shocker!), Dimple Kapadia, and Clemence Poesy, the latter of whom played Fleur Delacour in the Harry Potter movies.
They did flip a semi truck end over end so yeahThe Tenet plane crash in the most recent trailer for Christopher Nolan's movie used a real 747, and it was actually more efficient than doing it with VFX.www.slashfilm.com