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Warner and Paramount to Co-Produce and Distribute New Christopher Nolan Film

Posted March 8, 2013 06:03 PM by Webmaster

ParamountParamount Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures announce that director Christopher Nolan's latest film, Interstellar, will be be co-produced and distributed by the two studios, with Paramount Pictures handling domestic distribution and Warner Bros. Pictures distributing the film internationally.

Directed and written by Academy Award-nominee Nolan (Inception, The Dark Knight Rises), Interstellar is based on a script by Jonathan Nolan. The film will be produced by Emma Thomas and Christopher Nolan of Syncopy Films and Obst of Lynda Obst Productions. Kip Thorne will executive produce. The film will depict a heroic interstellar voyage to the furthest reaches of our scientific understanding.


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rollinwith26s
  Mar 08, 2013
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Cannot wait.

dirtylemons
  Mar 08, 2013
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Is this the same project that Spielberg was attached to? If so, I long wondered what had become of it and am glad to hear that both Nolans are now involved.

Debbie Downer
  Mar 08, 2013
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This movie would be better off if Nolan just directed it and didn't actually write it. The exposition dialogue is going to be unbearable.

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Spitfrnd
  Mar 08, 2013
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Sounds good to me. I think he is actually better suited to straight Sci Fi than the more fantasy oriented Superhero genre.

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Irrob
  Mar 08, 2013
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This will do big numbers.

aiman04
  Mar 08, 2013
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Why did Steven Spielberg drop this? Was looking foward to this when he was attached to direct.

It was Steven who hired Jonathan Nolan to write years ago.

rotatingfish
  Mar 08, 2013
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My guess is Jonathan Nolan's draft might have been a little cold for Spielberg's sensibility. Christopher will likely rewrite and make it more his own.

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wnicholas76
  Mar 08, 2013
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Can't wait.

Poya
  Mar 08, 2013
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Does that mean we won't see the WB logo in front of the movie in the US?

RoboDan
  Mar 09, 2013
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We will see both WB & Paramount logos in front of the film most likely. I have a feeling Paramount will be distributing the Blu-Ray/DVD's however.

mishal
  Mar 09, 2013
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Cannot wait. Any info on the cast?

HD Canuck
  Mar 09, 2013
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"The film will depict a heroic interstellar voyage to the furthest reaches of our scientific understanding." I saw it already when it was released as Prometheus.
Micheil794
  Mar 09, 2013
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Bluyoda - There's usually a fair bit of humour in Nolan's films. Alfred & Lucious provide some nice lines in the TDK trilogy, also If I remember rightly Tom Hardys & JGL's characters are quite funny in Inception.
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Wooden Lens
  Mar 09, 2013
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Actually, HD if you've watched movies beyond the past few years then you've seen it in science fiction since A Trip to the Moon.

Sometimes it's how you tell the story.
This will be better than Prometheus.

PBateman87
  Mar 09, 2013
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I'm kind of lukewarm on Nolan, but I love sci-fi and space adventures, so the concept of this film is very intriguing.

BobbyPeru
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@Bluyoda - Bane was funny in "The Dark Knight Rises." It was great comic relief when they dubbed his voice with Rick Moranis doing a bad Sean Connery impression !

Bluyoda
  Mar 10, 2013
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Sounds good. Hopefully, there will be some humor in it, and not the usual dead serious Nolan film.

ShellOilJunior
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Look for plenty of expository dialogue.


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