A recent interview with Michael Caine has finally confirmed the rumor that he was going to be joining Christopher Nolan’s next film, Inception.
I have a little part in it, yes. Just a tiny part. Chris and I are very good friends so I’ll do that little part. I think I’ll work about three days. It’ll be extraordinary, wait until you see this one. I think if I say another word he’s going to kill me!
We still don’t know much about the movie. But with the cast that’s lining up, who cares? We’ll find out on July 16th, 2010 when the film opens nation wide.
It’s no secret that we here at MovieSnobs love Christopher Nolan, and pretty much anything he’s done, or ever will done. When we heard about his newest movie Inception being green lit, we were thrilled.
News broke last night that Nolan’s begun scouting talent for the film, and is in talks with some big name stars to be in the movie. Who? Glad you asked.
Ellen Page (Juno), Cillian Murphy (Batman Begins, Red Eye, Sunshine), and Marion Cotillard (Big Fish, Public Enemies), that’s who.
I’m a big fan of Cillian Murphy’s, especially after Batman Begins, and who doesn’t love Ellen Page? I can’t comment on Marion Cotillard, because I’ve never heard of her, and she’s only mostly done French films (aside from a handful of B movies).
All we know about Inception thus far is that it’s a “sci-fi” movie “based on the architecture of the mind.” Based on previous Nolan movies, it’s going to be amazing, confusing, and leave you wondering what the hell just happened.
Inception was written by Christopher Nolan and his screenwriter brother, Jonathan Nolan.
A few things have broken since I called it a day earlier. Here’s the scoop.
1) Variety has reported that Leonardo DiCaprio will star in Christopher Nolan’s next flick, Inception, which is going to be a Sci-fi thriller.
2) Megan Fox has been cast in not one, but two movies today: the first being Fathom, and then a few hours later she was cast in Jonah Hex.
3) Danelle Panabaker (most recently from the new Friday the 13th) has been cast in The Crazies, with Timothy Olyphant and Radha Mitchell. The Crazies is based on George Romero’s pre Dawn of the Dead virus movie.
Little Miss Tranformers is moving her way up in the world. But enough about boobs, Christopher Nolan’s making another movie. Part of me wants to go watch Memento, and the other part can’t stop thinking “you wanna know how I got these scars?”