The Incredibles is already a dark movie at points — It deals with ideas of individuality and conformity, even if it is in a wacky cartoon shell. I'm just glad The Dark Knight director Chris Nolan didn't get his hands on it.
Director Christopher Nolan builds a lot of rules into his movies. From The Prestige to Memento to The Dark Knight, each film is an intricately created network of systems and balances, shapes and lines set in motion against one another. It can be exhilarating, but it can be exhausting. It's certainly distinctive.
To make a film about a character like Batman is to reckon with the notion that all of the good stories have been told.
And if you must invite Batman to your birthday party, make sure it's the nice one. Not the Christopher Nolan version. He's kind of a dick.
The first The Dark Knight Rises trailer was just a tease, but this one really gives the people what they want. Bane, the return of The Joker and even some Cat Woman S&M action. If this doesn't get you excited for the end of the Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy, nothing will.
Just a few months ago, the director of The Dark Knight and Memento, Christopher Nolan, said he was "looking at" developing a video game based in the world of blockbuster hit Inception. Now he sounds more serious about it.
The director of The Dark Knight and Memento wants to turn his latest film, the $750 million grossing Inception, into a video game. Just don't expect it any time soon.
Hollywood stars Gary Oldman and Ed Harris are lending their vocal talents to the upcoming Call of Duty, publisher Activision has revealed.