My brother and I are huge fans of director Christopher Nolan. Besides his Batman films, his mind-blowing film The Prestige convinced us that smart science-fiction still exists. The science-fiction film Inception, about a group of thieves stealing from dreams, opens nation-wide July 16th. Over the next few weeks, we'll be doing daily posts on the development of the film.

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt faced massive challenges on the film, training for weeks to shoot a long fight sequence that takes place along walls and ceilings. "It was also, probably, the most pain I’ve ever been in on a movie set, physically, " He said, "But you know, pain in a good way, like in the way I guess athletes must get when they have to put on their pads and they tape up their ankles and they get a little beat up throughout the day, but that’s just part of slamming yourself into walls and jumping around all day"

He said the extra exertion was a small price to pay for helping Nolan realize his vision. "It's just not that common that someone as creatively inspired as Chris just gets carte blanche to do whatever the h*** he wants," Gordon-Levitt told the New York Times. "Anything he can think of - anything - he got to do it."

Inception (2010) opens nationwide on July 16, 2010.

Will this film give Christopher Nolan more power in Hollywood? Is that even possible?


Godfearsme said...

Did you seriously censor the word "Hell" ?


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