Tag Archives: Inception
Times change, styles change, technology changes. But in Hollywood, some things are timeless: A cool movie is still a cool movie and a star is still a star.
That's the takeaway from the fantastic array of new retro-posters from artist Peter Stults, who has taken some of today's biggest hits — "The Hangover," "Avatar" and "Inception" among them — and revealed what they might have looked like if they had been filmed with the stars of yesterday.
And they look pretty awesome. Get More »
There were a lot of confusing and intriguing sci-fi films last year — "Looper" and "Prometheus" both come to mind right off the bat — but as interesting as those films might have been, frankly we didn't really have the energy to even try to figure them out. The reason? We're still busy puzzling over 2010's "Inception." What does it mean?
Hey guys, remember back in the day when movie trailers used to have music and dialogue and stuff to get you excited? Those were good times, right? But now that we're living in the future, Hollywood has dumped all that old fashioned nonsense in favor of something a lot more exciting: The deep electric bleating of an abused foghorn.
Call it the "Inception" sound. And call it incredibly annoying. Get More »
Ever since Christopher Nolan announced that "The Dark Knight Rises" would be his final Batman movie, fans have been hoping that the director would have a change of heart. After all, considering how popular his first three Batman films have been, doing a fourth movie only makes sense, right?
Well, according to indieWire, Nolan has heard your pleas and after careful consideration, he revealed his answer to those prayers at this weekend's Produced By Conference. That answer?
"No." Get More »
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Kees van Dijkhuizen has been a busy man ever since starting his "[The films of]" project, in which he features a new director every month with a montage of clips that (in his mind, at least) illustrate what makes each of them unique. And he crams it all into a video that only lasts a few quick minutes—not an easy feat.
For his eleventh installment, Dijkhuizen turns the spotlight on "Dark Knight" director Christopher Nolan. Before you get all in a tizzy, there's plenty of "Inception" footage in there too. And even a shout out to "Memento."
Dijkuizen praises Nolan because his films "demand a second, third and fourth viewing." Well, if you don't have the time (or interest) in watching Nolan's best on repeat, just check out Dijkuizen's compilation, courtesy of Slash Film. Get More »
Ever since his film debut in the long-forgotten horror flick "Critters 3," Leonardo DiCaprio has carefully selected roles that would establish him as one of our generation's most diverse actors. He has played everything from a scruffy third-class artist to a reclusive billionaire, a mentally unstable pyromaniac to a person who infiltrates minds only to sear ideas into them.
His varied roles have given the three-time Oscar nominee one of Hollywood's most enviable résumés, and he's already garnering early award buzz with his upcoming lead turn in "J. Edgar." NextMovie has raided the DiCaprio archives with one goal in mind -- to rank the accomplished actor's nine best roles, as painstaking as that task might be.
Everything's coming up Joseph Gordon-Levitt these days.
The 30-year-old screen vet (his first role was "Beethoven" back in 1992) was already riding high off the breezy sleeper hit "(500) Days of Summer" and the cultural phenomenon/blockbuster "Inception."
Now he's winning unanimous praise for playing a cancer patient in "50-50," a poignantly funny film co-starring Seth Rogen, who co-produced the inspired-by-true-life tale written by his good friend Will Reiser. Get More »
Dreams are funny things. One second you might be dreaming about lying on a beach in San Diego and the next second Abraham Lincoln lands next to you wearing a jetpack. Things just have a way of getting really jumbled up in dreams. Which might explain the latest movie poster from Hollywood dream king Christopher Nolan.
Because he seems to have gotten some "Inception" all up in his "Dark Knight Rises."
The first teaser poster for "The Dark Knight Rises" has just been released and the image is striking, awesome -- and totally looks like "Inception 2." Bruce Wayne vs. Don Cobb, anyone? Get More »
Ah, the movie trailer -- the first date of the film world. This is where every flick shows off its best assets -- and tries to convince you to shell out your hard-earned cash to spend two hours with it.
A good trailer can make all the difference (and a bad trailer can kill a film before it even opens), which is why the Golden Trailer Awards give credit to those trailers that stood out from the crowd… even when the films they advertised, well, didn't. Get More »