The internet isn't done kicking around Interstellar, and this honest trailer has every single complaint about Chris Nolan's movies stuffed into one reasonably sized video. But it still manages to praise its "ambitious" beauty and what not.
If you're going to see Chris Nolan's Interstellar, you really should see it in IMAX just for the space porn. And now if you missed that chance, you're about to get another because the space crying epic is returning to the big screen.
Can't wait to see more of of Chris Nolan's Interstellar? You're in luck, Oculus Rift has set up a public Interstellar experience where you can float in virtual zero gravity through the very ship that Nolan built for the film, the Endurance. Plus, WORMHOLE TRAVEL.
Check out Matthew McConaughey's fly spacesuit in the first official images from Chris Nolan's Interstellar. And maybe, just maybe, get a good look at a strange alien planet? Who can say.
CinemaCon hosted a conversation with Chris Nolan and the exceptionally private director revealed a few details about his wormhole thriller Interstellar. Like the fact that he build practical spaceship interiors on his closed sets. And that sounds awesome.
Chris Nolan affixed a massive IMAX camera to the nose of a Learjet for his next movie Interstellar. This is going to look like nothing we've ever seen before.
We've all been patiently waiting to hear about the plot behind Chris Nolan's next project, the scifi epic Interstellar. A press release has finally given the movie's first (admittedly vague) summary, and I don't want to blow your mind or anything, but it does seem to be set in space.
Don’t worry, I’m not getting into another Man of Steel tirade in this week’s “Postal Apocalypse” — now I’m getting into a tirade about whether the entire DC universe is safe in Christopher Nolan’s hands. It’s marginally different! Plus Defiance, future sports, vampire cyborgs, and more!
File this away as the totally unsubstantiated rumor of the day. Latino Review is reporting that Warner Bros. is ready to do just about anything to make a Justice League movie happen, including bringing back Christian Bale and Chris Nolan.
We are bowled over with the amazing detail in this collection of forgotten Dark Knight promo shots. Specifically these gorgeous images of The Joker — the detail on Heath Ledger's costume, face, gloves, it's beautiful. There's even remnants of white face paint on his coat, and the orange lining inside it's all amazing.
Rumors have been spreading that The Dark Knight Rises DVD would have and extra 30 minutes of footage including more details on Bane's origin story. Sadly those rumors are all false.
Ever wonder why Batman's voice in the Nolan trilogy sounds so familiar? Utubelor has your answer: he's not our hero. He's a silent sweets-fiend. A hungry protector. A Dark Cookie-Knight.
It's time for another "How it should Have Ended" webisode. This one focuses on the problems and loop holes in The Dark Knight Rises. Some of these hits come a little too easy, but we will agree about the brilliant plan to put every cop underground. Ah well, can't win them all.
Last year, we got to see the first six minutes of The Dark Knight Rises early — and the supervillain Bane sounded terrible. Weeks later, director Chris Nolan promised that audience members would be able to understand the villains mumbles, but there's been some controversy over how much, exactly, Bane was overdubbed.
Check out three brand new Dark Knight Rises clips, showing off all of your favorite citizens of Gotham — plus a few new ones as well. Watch Morgan Freeman show off his new Bat-wares, Anne Hathaway dance around as the sexy but kind of pissed Catwoman, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt get serious with Gary Oldman. Can't. Wait.
There's no listening experience more thrilling than a Hans Zimmer Batman soundtrack. Who could forget the The Dark Knight track "Why So Serious"? And now, you can get a taste of the brand new soundtrack from the final movie in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy right here, right now.
The official time of Chris Nolan's final Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises, has finally been revealed. And it's clocking in at a whopping two hours and 45 minutes long. Thus making it the longest movie in Nolan's trilogy. Yipes. This makes us a little nervous, given that The Dark Knight already felt a wee bit long…
MTV capped off its Movie Awards show with an incredible collection of new footage from Chris Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises. Check out an amazing moment between Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Anne Hathaway's Catwoman, which we only just glimpsed in the last trailer. Looks like Selina Kyle is nervous about someone — it…
A new crop of freshly released Dark Knight Rises toys from the Quick Tek line has potentially revealed the a brand new Batman character.
Take a good, hard look at Bane's breathing apparatus, as featured in Chris Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises. These two new images show you just how much detail goes into creating this half-mask, including those little holes around the mouth area.