‘Tenet’ fans have been suggesting that Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster movie was inspired by Sheldon Cooper! Christopher Nolan is known for original Hollywood movies. After his blockbuster films such as the ‘Dark Knight’ trilogy and ‘Inception’, Nolan released his much-awaited action…
Did you think Christopher Nolan was done with his Protagonist and the time inversion theory? Nope, ‘cos he totally has a ‘Tenet’ sequel in plans. ‘Tenet’ was undoubtedly one of Christopher Nolan’s best and worst movies at the same time.…
It’s about time the MCU introduces fans to its darkest corners of witchcraft and supernatural. The new WandaVision trailer flows in this direction, but also reminds a little of Christopher Nolan’s 2010 masterpiece Inception.
With the launch of the trailer of Matt Reeves’ Batman, the discussion regarding the Dark Knight is back in the popular culture.
The summer of 2020 will be remembered as the toughest time in Hollywood’s history. With the constant rise in popularity of streaming platforms and theatres shut since March, the rather bleak health of the theatre business is in more danger than ever before. While studio executives and theatre owners wonder what the new movie-going experience will be like, everyone is watching the release of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet closely – the first big test of Big Cinema.
Christopher Nolan is the rare breed of filmmakers who believe in making cinema only for the theatres. In the age of rapid consumption of more and more screen time, Nolan’s lucid ideas spin magic on the big screen in the briefest span. ‘Time’ is one of Nolan’s favourite cinematic subjects and also the theme of his directorial next, Tenet.
Touted as Nolan’s most ambitious film of his career, there are certain things which definitely make Tenet a remarkable film in its own way. Nolan filmed Tenet while keeping its storyline under lock and key.
Interestingly, what Matt Reeves intends to shoulder and compete with is the legacy of his predecessors Zack Snyder and Christopher Nolan. Snyder tends to spin a mystical world with real moral obligations of its various characters.
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Wonder Woman’s golden armour will debut in WW 1984 on the big screen. The armour first came up in 1996, the third issue of Elseworlds: Kingdom Come. Diana wearing it in the comic shows the stakes are really high. She dresses the part to embrace the soldier side of her. The armour is a symbol of war. When she dons it, she is invoking the Spartan side entering the battle.