Christopher Nolan’s acclaimed Dark Knight trilogy may be over, but that doesn’t mean the most beloved entry in the trilogy can escape the wrath of the nitpickers.
Good news, sci-fi fans: We won’t have to wait too long to see what Dark Knight mastermind Christopher Nolan is working on next.
With his Dark Knight trilogy out of the way, Christopher Nolan looks to be heading into hard sci-fi for his next big screen adventure. Enter: Interstellar.
Despite some recent box office success, the Batman franchise was a creative mess when Christopher Nolan stepped in to reboot the whole thing with Batman Begins in 2005. But, did you know he wasn't even thinking of a sequel when he shot the flick's Joker-teasing finale?
Evidence is mounting that 2013's Man of Steel could lay some type of groundwork for DC's upcoming Justice League flick, and now producer Christopher Nolan has responded to the buzz.
He's played the Mad Hatter, Sweeney Todd and Barnabas Collins, and now he's about to take on possibly the strangest role of his career: Johnny Depp has been cast as a computer.
Not sure if you understood how The Dark Knight Rises ended? Don't worry, Michael Caine is once again here to clear up any misconceptions about the finale of a Christopher Nolan film.
Christopher Nolan has said over and over again that he is done with Batman now that his Dark Knight trilogy has been completed. But are there more superhero movies in his future?
For some folks, the ending to The Dark Knight Rises was self-explanatory. For others, it left more questions about Bruce Wayne and Batman's future. Luckily, director Christopher Nolan did an interview in which he discussed the message behind the film's uncertain finale.
So you think that the team that brought us the Dark Knight trilogy is going its separate ways now that the saga has ended? Think again.