Movies Nolan Officially Piloting ‘Interstellar’ written by Sean Gerber March 8, 2013 Previously reported in January, Warner Bros. has officially announced Christopher Nolan’s next directorial effort, “Interstellar,” in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter. In partnership with Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros. will release the film on November 7, 2014 (henceforth known as the “Skyfall” weekend). Nolan and wife Emma Thomas will also serve as producers on the film. Nolan Officially Piloting ‘Interstellar’ was last modified: February 21st, 2016 by Sean Gerber Related Interstellar 3 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Sean Gerber Sean Gerber is the founder and editor-in-chief of Modern Myth Media. When he's not writing here, you can catch him as the host of Popular Opinion Podcast, Batman News, and Marvel News! previous post Armie Hammer, Male Star of Tomorrow next post Lois & Clark Strike a Pose You may also like TERMINATOR: GENISYS and the Case of the... April 13, 2015 Another New Trailer Showcases The Force Of... September 4, 2013 Trailer: MIDNIGHT SPECIAL (2nd Trailer) February 15, 2016 CinemaCon 2013: Warner Bros. Presentation April 17, 2013 BIRDMAN Takes Flight in New International Trailer July 31, 2014 MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Makes a First... June 26, 2014 MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Comes Out Firing... July 27, 2014 Open Forum: TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: OUT... June 3, 2016 Open Forum: TERMINATOR: GENISYS June 30, 2015 Retro Review: THE ROAD WARRIOR March 28, 2015 Dean245 Can’t wait for this! Thomas I think Nolan is a great filmmaker and there is so much to love about this announcement. Since The Dark Knight Nolan has really challenged himself. TDKR forced him away from his usual directing style which is about him creating questions, and he always left some things open ended, allowing us to interpret and discuss different themes. He had to give us answers and closure in TDKR and I think you saw the effects of that in the editing. I loved the movie but it was the first time watching a Nolan film that parts felt a little clumsy. Now with Interstellar he gets to go back to his usual directing style, but now he has to create visuals in Space on par with Lucas and Abrams. He won’t be using the digital cameras that they are, and I have a feeling he’ ll be using models with CGI enhancement rather than go full CGI for a lot of shots (especially considering how much he admires Kubrick’s 2001: Space Odyssey). If Nolan does it as we’ll as I think he will, it will be a huge shot back at Lucas’ declaration that film is dead. Nolan knows this and he’ll hit it out of the park. Interstellar will win Best Cinematography and get Nolan his first Best Director statue, along with a nomination for Best Picture. Book it!!! Stock While knowing absolutely nothing about this besides the title, Interstellar, I will likely want to see this film. My best guess is that it will have something to do with Space. But I don’t know why this weekend will forever be called the “Skyfall” weekend either. I’ve always enjoyed Nolan’s flicks, even when they’ve frustrated me with some gnawing wherefores and whycomes. You know, Wherefore he going wid dat, and Whycome he don’t just say dat? He always makes me feel smarter because I find myself having to come up with answers I shouldn’t have to in order to explain something that in the ordinary world would logically happen and be self-explanatory. Like, WHY TF didn’t anyone at that prison just say “The girl!” instead of the child?.Who talks like that without making those distinctions? And don’t say they didn’t know. Stuff like that happens in EVERY SINGLE ONE OF HIS MOVIES. Usually after you’ve invested at least an hour into it. It moves the story so you can have the big payoff at the end. Like the big secret you have to invade a dream to find out: “Don’t be like me.” Don’t be like me!!?? Don’t be like me!!?? That’s the big secret!!?? But you can’t leave the ride until its come to a complete stop. He’s good, but there is a price you have to pay beyond green to see his movies. I suppose I’d be dreaming if I hoped he would move away from sci-fi and do something more like his Pacino/Williams flick, Insomnia. Or try doing a comedy. Dying is easy, comedy is hard. Make an Interstellar Comedy.