Nolan's Next Film

Speculation and discussion about Christopher Nolan's possible and confirmed future projects.
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I would love another film like Inception. Smart, Thriller, Sci Fi and bit of Summer Blockbuster.

You know, now that I'm thinking about it, something like Death Stranding seems right up Nolan's alley...
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We finally have a Nolan SciFi Horror film :shock:

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Obviously after Dunkirk, I'd like Nolan to continue making large scale epics with IMAX for as long as he possibly can. He's kind of singlehandedly saving the theater experience in a time when so many people prefer to stream or simply don't have the attention span to watch a movie.

I have four younger siblings so I feel as though I have a pretty good grasp on younger generations and, yeah, movie theaters as we know them seem to be a bit of a sinking ship that Nolan will admirably go down with.

So, yeah, all that said, it would be awesome to see him tackle a Western. Westerns may be box office poison, but Nolan's name alone would cancel that out. And imagine cinematography in the same vain as The Good, The Bad and The Ugly with all the gorgeous scenery in fucking IMAX.

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He will do an underwater film.

Nolan said that he would like to explore more about aircrafts after TDKR, and we can see Interstellar and Dunkirk doing that. Also, Dunkirk has little underwater scenes...
So... my conclusion... Submarine movie. :blank:

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sebal24 wrote:
March 13th, 2018, 6:48 pm
He will do an underwater film.

Nolan said that he would like to explore more about aircrafts after TDKR, and we can see Interstellar and Dunkirk doing that. Also, Dunkirk has little underwater scenes...
So... my conclusion... Submarine movie. :blank:
Or.... The Shape of Water sequel. :P

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DoctorRadiohead wrote:
March 14th, 2018, 11:52 am
sebal24 wrote:
March 13th, 2018, 6:48 pm
He will do an underwater film.

Nolan said that he would like to explore more about aircrafts after TDKR, and we can see Interstellar and Dunkirk doing that. Also, Dunkirk has little underwater scenes...
So... my conclusion... Submarine movie. :blank:
Or.... The Shape of Water sequel. :P
Or The Original Shape of Water. Or The Real Shape of Prestige :)

Actually, I think that he will not use a real monster, the monster will be the protagonist's inner demon revealed at the end :evil:

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I would like to see a Hedy Lamarr biopic.

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sebal24 wrote:
March 13th, 2018, 6:48 pm
He will do an underwater film.

Nolan said that he would like to explore more about aircrafts after TDKR, and we can see Interstellar and Dunkirk doing that. Also, Dunkirk has little underwater scenes...
So... my conclusion... Submarine movie. :blank:
Confirmed:

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I think more and more that this porn rumor is false.

I've heard that Jonathan's written a script about a love story during the great Chicago fire, it would be interesting if he get back to this.

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Nolan62 wrote:
March 17th, 2018, 6:35 am
I think more and more that this porn rumor is false.

I've heard that Jonathan's written a script about a love story during the great Chicago fire, it would be interesting if he get back to this.
http://www.nolanfans.com/2010/11/09/j-b ... -and-gone/
Hell and Gone marks Jonathan Nolan’s second screenplay that will not be directed by Christopher Nolan. The other, Interstellar, is a science fiction film based on Kip Thorne’s theories on gravity and wormholes and has Steven Speilberg in talks to direct.
Is there a pattern here? :think:

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It's a sign :lol: He will tackle this one day !
The project is still in development on Imdbpro, so it can be a possibility.

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