‘Batman’ director Christopher Nolan’s next may be “Interstellar”.
According to Variety, Nolan is in talks to direct the science-fictioner, based on his brother Jonathan Nolan’s script. The film is a co-prod between Warners and Paramount, suggesting it’ll be quite the expansive, expensive spectacle.
The script is said to involve explorers who find a wormhole and use it to travel through time and into another dimension.
Caltech theoretical physicist Kip Thorne originally came up with the libretto for the film. At the time, Steven Spielberg expressed interest in bringing it to the screen.
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