• Christopher Nolan Talks about His Experiences of Shooting Tenet
    Celebrated film director Christopher Nolan feels some parts of the continent are staggeringly “visual” and have an incredible “history,” and that is what compelled him to shoot his latest featurette there.
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    Christopher Nolan Talks about His Experiences of Shooting Tenet Celebrated film director Christopher Nolan feels some parts of the continent are staggeringly “visual” and have an incredible “history,” and that is what compelled him to shoot his latest featurette there. visit to our blog: https://4yellowpaes.com/.../christopher-nolan-talks.../ #shooting_tenet #christopher_nolan
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  • Christopher Nolan Received Complaints About Sound Effect in Interstellar
    Christopher Nolan is one of the most reputed filmmakers in Hollywood. However, he received many complaints from his fellow director friends regarding the use of the sound effect in his science fiction movie, Interstellar.
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    Christopher Nolan Received Complaints About Sound Effect in Interstellar Christopher Nolan is one of the most reputed filmmakers in Hollywood. However, he received many complaints from his fellow director friends regarding the use of the sound effect in his science fiction movie, Interstellar. visit to our blog: https://souted.uk.com/christopher-nolan-received.../ #christopher_nolan #interstellar
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  • Al Pacino’s 1995 Cult Classic Had Inspired One of the Greatest Movies Ever Made
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    The year 2006 (after the release of the film “The Prestige”) was when Christopher Nolan had started looking at his projects with a more ambitious outlook. What was interesting was the fact that he wasn’t keen on over-utilizing the CGI (which he still isn’t). Even though Batman Begins became a success worldwide, Christopher Nolan wasn’t quite satisfied with his product. He knew he was worth more than just throwing money to graphic designers.
    Al Pacino’s 1995 Cult Classic Had Inspired One of the Greatest Movies Ever Made https://jacksonhenry1.blogspot.com/2020/11/al-pacinos-1995-cult-classic-had.html #Classic #Movies #Pacino #Christopher The year 2006 (after the release of the film “The Prestige”) was when Christopher Nolan had started looking at his projects with a more ambitious outlook. What was interesting was the fact that he wasn’t keen on over-utilizing the CGI (which he still isn’t). Even though Batman Begins became a success worldwide, Christopher Nolan wasn’t quite satisfied with his product. He knew he was worth more than just throwing money to graphic designers.
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    The year 2006 (after the release of the film “The Prestige”) was when Christopher Nolan had started looking at his projects with a more ambitious outlook. What was interesting was the fact that he wasn’t keen on over-utilizing the CGI (which he still isn’t). Even though Batman Begins became a success worldwide, Christopher Nolan wasn’t quite satisfied with his product. He knew he was worth more than just throwing money to graphic designers.
    Al Pacino’s 1995 Cult Classic Had Inspired One of the Greatest Movies Ever Made https://jacksonhenryblog.wordpress.com/2020/11/11/al-pacinos-1995-cult-classic-had-inspired-one-of-the-greatest-movies-ever-made/ #Classic #Movies #Pacino #Christopher The year 2006 (after the release of the film “The Prestige”) was when Christopher Nolan had started looking at his projects with a more ambitious outlook. What was interesting was the fact that he wasn’t keen on over-utilizing the CGI (which he still isn’t). Even though Batman Begins became a success worldwide, Christopher Nolan wasn’t quite satisfied with his product. He knew he was worth more than just throwing money to graphic designers.

    Christopher Nolan’s 2008 masterpiece “The Dark Knight” had similarities with Al Pacino and Robert De Niro’s “Heat.”

    The year 2006 (after the release of the film “The Prestige”) was when Christopher Nolan had started looking at his projects with a more ambitious outlook. What was interesting was the fact that he wasn’t keen on over-utilizing the CGI (which he still isn’t). Even though Batman Begins became a success worldwide, Christopher Nolan wasn’t quite satisfied with his product. He knew he was worth more than just throwing money to graphic designers.

    Suppose we ever want to summarize his philosophy of making films. In that case, we can watch his speech at Princeton University’s class day ceremony, which he had given in 2015. He revealed that he has an innate respect for reality and is a firm believer in achieving an ambition using the very rules of reality.

    Now, when we know this, we can understand why he wanted something more to come out of his Batman films rather than just showing off some cool action sequences. He had enhanced the geography of Gotham in Batman Begins. He realized his mistake, and in The Dark Knight, he decided to base his fictional Gotham city inside the fabric of Los Angeles. Why? The answer is simple. He wanted to make Gotham look real. And if you have seen the film, you very well know that he had hit the bull’s eye.

    He has spoken on multiple occasions that Michael Mann’s “Heat” had massively inspired his magnum opus. However, in the latest interview for the book titled “Nolan Variations,” he reiterated that Michael Mann’s 1995 crime epic is one of his favorite films and what influenced him the most was the fact that Mann had based his thriller in the city of Los Angeles and had confined the story within the periphery of the city. In Nolan’s eyes, it was a great “city story,” and it ultimately formed the basis of “The Dark Knight.”

    Of course, when somebody talks about the film “The Dark Knight,” they have to mention Joker’s character. The same is true for Christopher Nolan, and he acknowledged in his latest interview that the supervillain was the best antagonist for his film.

    Nolan went a little deeper with the subject and said that the film also explored a dreadful relationship between Joker and Gotham City. He mentioned that he had all the tools (IMAX camera) at his disposal to accurately represent his vision of the fictional city. He explained that he wanted to put Joker amidst all of this as some sort of a chaos bringer (“agent of chaos”). He wanted the audience to feel the tension of seeing someone messing with Gotham city’s very fabric.

    He remarked that Mann’s “Heat” did play a big part in igniting the creative spark that he needed for the film. He added that he was inspired by the fact that Michael Mann considered the city of Los Angeles as his creative playground. Mann’s love for architecture and grandeur was also something that he deeply connected with.

    The Dark Knight is arguably the best crime thriller ever made (possibly behind Godfather), if not the best film ever made. It currently holds a record IMDb rating of 9.0.

    Heath Ledger’s portrayal of Joker also holds a special place in the legacy of American cinema, but I cannot talk much about him here. He deserves blogs of his own, which of course, have been written in spade loads.

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  • Tenet Planned for Theatrical Release In LA and NYC
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    Warner Bros. and director Christopher Nolan’s one of the high budget science fiction movies Tenet is aiming for theatrical release in Los Angeles and New York. The brilliant time-bending film is one of the major projects that has collected a gross of $350 million internationally.
    Tenet Planned for Theatrical Release In LA and NYC https://jacksonhenry1.blogspot.com/2020/11/tenet-planned-for-theatrical-release-in.html #Tenet #Planned #Christopher #Nolan Warner Bros. and director Christopher Nolan’s one of the high budget science fiction movies Tenet is aiming for theatrical release in Los Angeles and New York. The brilliant time-bending film is one of the major projects that has collected a gross of $350 million internationally.
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    Warner Bros. and director Christopher Nolan’s one of the high budget science fiction movies Tenet is aiming for theatrical release in Los Angeles and New York. The brilliant time-bending film is one of the major projects that has collected a gross of $350 million internationally.
    Tenet Planned for Theatrical Release In LA and NYC https://jacksonhenryblog.wordpress.com/2020/11/11/tenet-planned-for-theatrical-release-in-la-and-nyc/ #Tenet #Planned #Christopher #Nolan Warner Bros. and director Christopher Nolan’s one of the high budget science fiction movies Tenet is aiming for theatrical release in Los Angeles and New York. The brilliant time-bending film is one of the major projects that has collected a gross of $350 million internationally.

    Warner Bros. and director Christopher Nolan’s one of the high budget science fiction movies Tenet is aiming for theatrical release in Los Angeles and New York. The brilliant time-bending film is one of the major projects that has collected a gross of $350 million internationally.

    Tenet is a sci-fi action thriller movie directed and written by Christopher Nolan. Nolan also produced the film with Emma Thomas. John David Washington is in the protagonist’s role alongside some talented actors Robert Pattinson, Dimple Kapadia, Elizabeth Debicki, and Kenneth Branagh.

    Nolan conceived the idea of the film twenty years ago. He started working on the script in 2014 and made a conscious effort not to get influenced by any other spy films other than his memory. The film is based on a time-bending phenomenon. The title of the movie “Tenet” is a palindrome, reads the same forward as backward.

    The story revolves around an unnamed CIA agent (played by Washington) who joins an undercover agent. He is captured by mercenaries and endures torture before consuming the cyanide pill. The whole sequence was a test to prove his loyalty. The ‘Protagonist’ is now part of the team, and the organization is after some mission, which can be achieved by time inversion technology by inverting entropy.

    The movie was delayed three times before its release due to the pandemic COVID-19. It was then released on 26 September 2020 in the United Kingdom and on 3 August 2020 in the United States. Tenet collected $347.1 million worldwide against a budget of $200 million. It is the fourth highest-grossing movie in 2020.

    When the movie was released, the major film chains like Regal Cinemas, AMC severely struggled during the lockdown period. However, Tenet managed to collect a good opening weekend. Still, its lower return over the period is not sufficient for the independent theaters to sustain. The film industry’s biggest markets in Los Angeles and New York have not participated in box office collection as the movie theatres are fully closed.

    In this challenging time, Nolan’s Tenet has held the torch of traditional release while other films are now shifting towards streaming platforms.

    Filmmaker Christopher Nolan has worked hard for this movie. The film has been under production for the past two years. The filming involved a large crew of 250 people. It took place in seven countries, including- Estonia, Italy, Denmark, India, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Norway. Nolan did not use any green screen for any sequence, as he believes people know the difference between VFX and authentic shots.

    Nolan knew the small screen of mobile phones, laptops, or TV could not do justice to the film’s grand visuals. Hence he and W.B chose only a theatrical release.

    In a press release, Warner Brothers shared that the team is planning to release the movie theatrically in Los Angeles and New York. The director himself has been vocal about the theatrical release, which is essential for the film. However, the United States’ current situation does not promise that the market would be open anytime soon. The studio also shared that the movie would be released on DVD, Blu-ray, and digital purchase in December.

    The idea of a theatrical release is excellent, but it is unclear how the studio would manage to do that. Many blockbusters like Dune, F9, Black Widow, and No Time to Die are delaying their release dates for the health crisis. And when the theatres start opening, there won’t be much space to breathe for most films. The filmmakers and fans are talking about saving theatres, but the numbers are not looking good.

    However, the delay of so many high budget films gives us hope of normalcy in the future. The audience of Los Angeles and New York City still have the chance to witness Nolan’s most expensive film, Tenet, on the big screen.

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  • Netflix Chooses John David Washington as Their Star for the Next Film
    John David Washington is looking for his next big leap in his career after already creating a space for himself in Hollywood with films like Chadwick Boseman starrer Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman, and Christopher Nolan’s tenth feature film “Tenet.”
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    Netflix Chooses John David Washington as Their Star for the Next Film John David Washington is looking for his next big leap in his career after already creating a space for himself in Hollywood with films like Chadwick Boseman starrer Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman, and Christopher Nolan’s tenth feature film “Tenet.” visit to our blog: https://4yellowpaes.com/.../netflix-chooses-john-david.../ #david_washington #next_film
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  • On The Rocks Review: Light-Spirited Yet Compelling

    It is not an internationally popular film, and it may get overshadowed by the other big releases this fall like Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, Ric Roman Waugh’s Gerard Butler-film Greenland, and Russell Crowe’s starrer Unhinged which enjoyed success in Singapore before being released in selected areas of United States. However, Sofia Coppola’s “On The Rocks” is definitely worth a watch.

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    On The Rocks Review: Light-Spirited Yet Compelling It is not an internationally popular film, and it may get overshadowed by the other big releases this fall like Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, Ric Roman Waugh’s Gerard Butler-film Greenland, and Russell Crowe’s starrer Unhinged which enjoyed success in Singapore before being released in selected areas of United States. However, Sofia Coppola’s “On The Rocks” is definitely worth a watch. visit to our blog: https://cnext.uk.com/on-the-rocks-review-light-spirited-yet-compelling/ #On_the_rocks_review
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