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The Batman: Robert Pattinson & Colin Farrell Set for Glasgow Re-Shoots

Robert Pattinson and Colin Farrell are traveling to Glasgow, Scotland, next month to work on The Batman re-shoots. According to the Daily Record, production in Glasgow has already begun on the latest film iteration of the beloved Caped Crusader, although the two stars aren’t yet there. RELATED: Robert Pattinson Tried to Hide His Batman Audition from Christopher Nolan “There’s been a lot of hype about the film following the initial filming in Scotland in February, and the crew is looking forward...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Scotland, Robert Pattinson, Glasgow, Colin Farrell, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Dc, Comic Book, Paul Dano, Catwoman, Farrell, Glasgow Scotland, Pattinson, Matt Reeves


The Best Revenge Movies You’ve Never Seen

(Welcome to The Best Movies You’ve Never Seen, a series that takes a look at slightly more obscure, under-the-radar, or simply under-appreciated movies. This week, we look six dishes best served cold…that’s right, we’re talking the best revenge movies you’ve never seen!) Revenge movies never go out of style. Even now, in a year where films are only just starting to trickle back into theaters, revenge stands front and center. From Spiral to Wrath of Man, theaters in 2021 are already slathering t...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Movies, Justice, Australia, California, Ted, Features, Denmark, Rob, Kate Winslet, Alfre Woodard, Nolan, Khan, Polaroid


‘Reminiscence’ Trailer: Hugh Jackman Searches for a Missing Rebecca Ferguson in New Film From ‘Westworld’ Creator

In the near future, nothing is more addictive than the past. Reminiscence, the first feature film from Westworld co-creator Lisa Joy, takes place in a near future in which some of Miami has flooded due to rising water levels, and its residents rely on nostalgia as a means of escape. Technology exists that can let people fully immerse themselves in their previous experiences, reliving memories not only visually, but through all of their senses. With that as the backdrop, Hugh Jackman plays a “pr...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Thriller, Hugh-Jackman, Ferguson, Miami, Movie Trailers, Rebecca Ferguson, Warner Brothers, Joy, Bannister, Mae, Daniel Wu, Jackman


‘Flashback’ Review: A Time-Loop Mystery That’s a Bit Too Loopy

“Flashback” proves it’s possible to create a Christopher Nolan-esque, fantasy-tinged narrative puzzle of interlocking realities without need of a major-studio budget or elaborate CGI. Whether it says much of anything else may depend on your attitude toward such labyrinths — whether you need them to actually go somewhere, or conversely find that surface complexity provides […]
Tags: Reviews, Christopher Nolan, Flashback, Maika Monroe, Dylan O'Brien, Christopher MacBride


Watch: Fan-Made Action Short 'FIVE' - A 'Tenet' Inspired Short Film

"I knew you'd come back." Uh, hell yes this is awesome! Even Christopher Nolan would be impressed. FIVE is an action short film made entirely independently by actor / filmmaker Stephen Ford, with the goal of capturing "both the spirit and style of Christopher Nolan's Tenet." With a budget of only $300. We've seen plenty of Star Wars and Batman fan films over and the years, but this is the first one inspired by Tenet so far (that I've come across). And it's damn good! Starring Josh Han, Brenn...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Short Film, Batman, Tenet, To Watch, Stephen Ford


Movie theaters had their best pandemic weekend yet as cinema chains loosen mask rules

"A Quiet Place Part ll." Paramount Pictures Movie theaters are staging a comeback, driven by new releases like "A Quiet Place Part ll." Disney's "Cruella" raked in $27 million over the four-day holiday weekend. The success signals that traditional cinemas aren't dead, even as the streaming market booms. See more stories on Insider's business page. Movie theatre-going appears to be roaring back, even after some industry watchers speculated the pandemic would kill traditional cin...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, News, Media, Entertainment, Cdc, Disney, US, Trends, Streaming, Nolan, Warner Bros, Paramount, Jason Kilar


Stop Letting Lore and World Building Define Your Enjoyment of Things

There was a point where I was watching Tenet and wondering if I was watching the same film as explained by reviews and fan reactions. The puzzle box of a plot I was expecting wasn’t there. While there are details that were undoubtedly missed on my first viewing, it never felt like I was missing some key piece of the narrative or like I needed to re-watch it several times to truly have a grasp on whatever director Christopher Nolan intended. A part of me wonders if most of the folks talking abou...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, TV News, Leo, Nolan, Dr Strange, David Lynch, Kane, Martin, Don, J R R Tolkien, Shepard, George R R Martin


‘Paddington 2’ is No Longer the Best Reviewed Movie of All Time on Rotten Tomatoes

Back in January of 2018, the family film sequel Paddington 2 became the best reviewed movie of all time on Rotten Tomatoes. With 163 reviews from critics (at the time), the movie managed to maintain a 100% score. Even in the years since then, the movie reached over 240 reviews and kept a perfect rating. That’s no easy feat when there’s so much subjectivity involved in film criticism. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end, because a recently posted negative review has ruined the 100...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Comedy, Movies, Bbc, Paddington, Sequels, Adaptation, Rotten Tomatoes, Adam Sandler, Trivia, Harrison, Jack Jill, Sid, Citizen Kane, Family Films, Armond White


Apparently Christopher Nolan And Cillian Murphy Have A Running Joke About The Actor's Appearances In Batman Begins And Other Movies

If the joke’s been going on for over a decade and a half, it must be good.
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Religion, Cillian Murphy


CS Recommends Memorial Day Edition: 11-11: Memories Retold, Tigerland & More

Now that we’re heading into Memorial Day weekend, the ComingSoon.net staff has shared some favorite video games, movies, and television shows to help you figure out how to spend the holiday weekend. In addition to a few war-related narratives, we’ve also gathered a couple of ideas for those looking to escape completely into other worlds over the next few days. Check out our picks for this edition of CS Recommends below! RELATED: Week of May 25 New Releases | Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Tyler Tre...
Tags: Games, Christopher Nolan, Comedy, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Horror, Michael Bay, Digital, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Sam Mendes, Colin Farrell, Anime


Robert Pattinson Signs Producing Deal with Warner Bros, WBTV, New Line, and HBO Max

After spending more than 15 years in front of the camera, actor Robert Pattinson (Twilight, High Life) is now getting into producing. The actor has signed an overall first-look producing deal with Warner Bros., Warner Bros. Television, New Line Cinema, and HBO Max for theatrical, streaming, and television properties. If he can apply the same eye for talent that he’s used to bolster his own acting career, he should be able to use his clout to develop some truly idiosyncratic and fascinating stuf...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Movies, Robert-Pattinson, Harry Potter, New Line, Rob, Batman, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Warner Bros Pictures, Pattinson, Business and Industry News, Richard Brener, HBO Max, Warner Bros WBTV


Robert Pattinson Signs First-Look Deal With Warner Bros. and HBO Max

(Photo by Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for GO Campaign) After appearing in Christopher Nolan’s Tenet last year and landing the coveted leading role in Matt Reeves’ The Batman, Robert Pattinson is looking to further strengthen his partnership with Warner Bros. by venturing into his first foray into producing. The 35-year-old actor has officially signed an overall first-look production deal, covering a selection of the company’s film and TV divisions including Warner Bros. Pictures, New Line Cine...
Tags: Movies, TV, Hbo Max, Movie News, New Line Cinema, Robert Pattinson, Streaming, TV News, Warner Bros. Pictures, Warner Bros. Television


Now Stream This: ‘The Mitchells vs. The Machines’, ‘Tenet’, ‘Saint Maud’, ‘Crimson Peak’, ‘Twister’, ‘Synchronic’, ‘Wolf’, and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) The Mitchells vs The Machines Now Streaming on Netflix Release Date: 2021 Genre: Animated Comedy Director: Mike Rianda Cast: Abbi Jacobson, Danny McBride, Maya Rudolph, Mike Rianda, Eric Andre, Olivia Colman, Fred Armisen, Beck Bennett This animated feature is bound to end up being one of the best films of 2021. A funny, inventive, sweet bl...
Tags: Featured Stories Sidebar, Features, Netflix/Streaming Video, Crimson Peak, Reign of Fire, Saint Maud, Synchronic, Tenet, The Manchurian Candidate, The Mitchells vs. The Machines, Twister


The Secrets of Tenet : Inside Christopher Nolan’s Quantum Cold War Book Review

Let’s just get this out of the way first – I still don’t quite understand much of what happened in Christopher Nolan’s mindbending sci-fi film Tenet. I mean, I think I can grasp the basic premise of the story, but the details and nuances of the complex narrative are still quite murky to me. I think this beautiful coffee table book can help shed some light though; The Secrets of Tenet: Inside Christopher Nolan’s Quantum Cold War explores the art/making of the film as Christopher Nolan himself ...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Anime, Anton Corbijn, Tenet, Nathan Crowley, Amazon De, Emma Thomas, Amazon JP


‘Tenet’ Star John David Washington and ‘Rogue One’ Director Gareth Edwards Teaming Up for New Science Fiction Film

John David Washington is on such a hot streak of movie roles that you’d need a temporal pincer movement to keep up. The Tenet and Malcom & Marie actor has signed on to star in the next movie directed by Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Godzilla filmmaker Gareth Edwards. Deadline reports that John David Washington is reuniting with New Regency, which produced the David O. Russell film that Washington recently shot, for True Love, a science-fiction movie from Gareth Edwards. Edwards writes and...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Washington, Sci-fi, David O Russell, Spike Lee, New Regency, Denzel Washington, Golden Globe, Gareth Edwards, Edwards, Tenet, Tony Gilroy, True Love, John David Washington


John David Washington to Star in Gareth Edwards’ Sci-Fi Pic True Love

Coming off from his leading performance in Christopher Nolan’s latest film Tenet, Golden Globe nominee John David Washington has found his next sci-fi project in the form of New Regency’s upcoming film titled True Love. According to Deadline, the 36-year-old actor has officially signed on to star in Gareth Edwards’ directorial comeback film in nearly five years since directing Lucasfilm’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Further details about Washington’s character as well as the plot are still be...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Washington, Sci-fi, Star, Netflix, David Cronenberg, Hugh Jackman, David O Russell, Christian Bale, Spike Lee, Lucasfilm, Viggo Mortensen, New Regency


‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ VFX Pioneer Douglas Trumbull Was “Flabbergasted” When WB Chose Christopher Nolan to Oversee a 70mm Restoration

In 1968, Douglas Trumbull was a 23-year-old animator who had been hand-picked by director Stanley Kubrick to work on a science fiction film called 2001: A Space Odyssey. Trumbull was eventually tasked with pioneering visual effects for several of the movie’s most memorable sequences, and the unforgettable results turned him into a legend in the field. In 2018, Christopher Nolan (Interstellar) oversaw a 70mm “unrestoration” of the movie that he showed at the Cannes Film Festival and later played...
Tags: Christopher-Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, United States, Stanley Kubrick, 2001, Kubrick, Nolan, Warner Bros, MGM, Trumbull, WB, Coppola, Douglas Trumbull, Odyssey Trumbull, Christopher Nolan Interstellar


Christopher Nolan Is Right. Don’t Watch 'Tenet' On HBO Max

By Cedric Voets  Published: May 03rd, 2021 
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Humor, Cedric Voets, HBO Max


Christopher Nolan's Tenet Is Now On HBO Max, And The Internet Has Even More Thoughts On The John David Washington-Led Film

Tenet has been made available on HBO Max, and fans have a lot to say about it.
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Religion, Tenet, HBO Max, John David Washington Led Film


‘Port Authority’ Trailer: Martin Scorsese Exec Produces This New York-Set Love Story

It’s pretty rare that the legendary Martin Scorsese puts his name on something that ends up being bad. In addition to his directing credits over the past few years, he’s executive produced things like Uncut Gems, The Souvenir, Pretend It’s a City, Shirley, and Happy as Lazzaro, and he’s done the same thing for Port Authority, a New York City-based romance that stars Dunkirk actor Fionn Whitehead and transgender model/actress Leyna Bloom. That movie is about to get released in the United States,...
Tags: Drama, Independent, Movie Trailers, Danielle Lessovitz, Entertainment One, eOne, Fionn Whitehead, Leyna Bloom, Martin-Scorsese, McCaul Lombardi, Momentum Pictures


Martin Scorsese, Steve McQueen, Christopher Nolan Hail Contribution as BFI Veteran Heather Stewart Moves to Advisory Role

British Film Institute (BFI) creative director Heather Stewart is stepping down after a career spanning 30 years to take on an advisory position. From September, Stewart will take up the role of BFI director emeritus where she will serve as an ambassador and advisor to the BFI, with a focus on strategic archive development and […]
Tags: Christopher Nolan, News, Global, BFI, Martin Scorsese, Stewart, British Film Institute BFI, Heather Stewart


Netflix’s Penn Badgley-Led You Season 3 Wraps Production

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Netflix has officially announced that production on the upcoming third season of their hit psychological thriller series You has finally been completed after filming was delayed for two weeks earlier this year due to the ongoing pandemic. The filming wrap also comes on the heels of Co-CEO and Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos previously confirming that the Penn Badgley-led series is indeed making its return later this year. don’t worry we have eyes on joe at all times. hap...
Tags: Florida, Christopher Nolan, TV, Movies, Beck, Los Angeles, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Penn Badgley, Ted Sarandos, Joe, Caroline Kepnes, Joe Goldberg, Greg Berlanti, Edgar Ramirez


Mortal Kombat Tops Domestic Box Office, Demon Slayer Sets Record

Mortal Kombat edged out Demon Slayer in the closest domestic box office race we’ve had in over a year. Mortal Kombat, a bloody update of the classic video game that simultaneously debuted on HBO Max, kicked its way to the top with $22.5M from 3,073 theaters, the biggest R-rated opening in the pandemic era, according to Deadline. In IMAX, the flick earned $2.7M at 375 auditoriums. Internationally, Mortal Kombat hauled in another $6.3M from 36 markets for a $27.6M total, bringing its worldwide gr...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Sony, Box Office, Anime, Kong, WB, Nobody, Movie News, MonsterVerse, Godzilla vs. Kong, Demon Slayer, Mortal-kombat, Kimetsu


Christopher Nolan Talked With Netflix, Wants Global Cinema Distribution

Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images The world of film distribution is ever-changing, and in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, studios and distributors alike are rethinking ways to handle what was once normal business. In a recent interview with The Wall Street Journal, Netflix’s Scott Stuber has said director Christopher Nolan has had conversations with Netflix about potentially working together and that global cinema distribution is a sticking point. RELATED: Christopher Nolan Reportedly No...
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The Best TV Shows & Movies Coming to HBO Max in May 2021

It’s gonna be May (are we still doing that joke?) soon, which means HBO Max – which has quickly become one of the best streaming services around in terms of content – is going to unleash a whole slew of new movies (and TV shows) you’re going to want to check out. So let’s take a gander at the best TV shows and movies coming to HBO Max in May 2021, shall we? Tenet At last, Tenet is coming to HBO Max (even though Christopher Nolan isn’t such a fan of the streaming service). I was mixed on T...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Movies, White House, Los Angeles, Stanley Kubrick, Kansas, Charles Dickens, Silicon Valley, Las Vegas, Greenland, Kubrick, Ellen, Nolan, Quentin Tarantino, Alex Gibney


What's New on HBO Max in May 2021

Last summer, director Christopher Nolan had the hubris to think that Tenet was a movie people would risk their lives to see. The first major blockbuster to open in theaters following the start of the pandemic, it was also... the last major blockbuster to open in theaters, after it kinda bombed. But this month it is…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Television, Robert Pattinson, Justice League, Sherlock Holmes, Warner Bros, Lifehacks, Rudy, Lisa Ling, Harley Davidson, The Avengers, A Room With A View, Ray, Jackie Brown, Tyler Perry


33 Movies and TV Shows That Are Basically 'Competence Porn'

A wise man once said, “I love it when a plan comes together.” And we do too—especially when we’re watching a movie.Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Youtube, Films, Amc, Matt Damon, Memory, Disney, Tom Hanks, Netflix, House, Donald Sutherland, Oscar, Hugh Jackman, Leonardo Dicaprio, Hobbs


CS Soapbox: V For Vendetta’s 15th Anniversary Comes at an Eerie Time

CS Soapbox: V For Vendetta’s 15th Anniversary Comes at an Eerie Time “The valorous visitation of V for Vendetta” On March 17, 2005,  V for Vendetta  made its way into theaters. 15 years ago, in the wake of 9/11 and the U.S. War on Terror, a film about someone dead-set on blowing up a building as a way of changing the world was considered, well, radical. While a mild commercial success at the time, James McTeigue’s movie (written by The Wachowskis and based on the work of Alan Moore—who ...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, UK, England, Movies, News, Germany, Alan Moore, America, Rome, Anniversary, Action, Article, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Parliament, Warner Bros


Watched at Home: Top Streaming Films for the Week of April 10

Watched at Home: Top streaming films for the week of April 10 Welcome back, fellow couch potatoes, to another edition of DEG’s Watched at Home Top 20.  This week was, well, more or less similar to last week. Wonder Woman 1984 took the top spot again and seems to be engaged in a never-ending “mortal kombat” with Tom Hanks’ News of the World (No. 2) and The Croods: A New Age (No. 3). Will anything unseat this dynamic trio in the coming weeks? RELATED: Carey Mulligan Joins Adam Sandler in Netfl...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Lionsgate, Disney, Tom Hanks, Netflix, Harry Potter, Streaming, News Of The World, Warner Bros, Sony Pictures, Carey Mulligan, Nicolas Cage, Adam Sandler, Yellowstone, Tenet