Warner Bros.' "Man of Steel" is hovering just above expectations with a Friday haul of $44.1 million and a new three-day estimate around $115 million.
Warner Bros.’ “Man of Steel,” which could hit $100 million this weekend, and Sony’s ensemble comedy “This Is the End,” tracking in the high-$30 million range, will keep summer domestic box office…
A humorless tone and relentlessly noisy aesthetics drag down this heavily hyped, brilliantly marketed tentpole attraction.
Christopher Nolan’s next movie is so big, two studios are stepping up to produce and distribute. Paramount and Warner Bros. will co-produce and co-distribute Nolan’s “Interstellar,” with plans to…
Christopher Nolan is in negotiations to direct his brother Jonathan Nolan's script "Interstellar" for Paramount and Warner Bros., where Nolan's Syncopy banner is based.
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Hans Zimmer, who worked on all three films in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, is set to reteam with the filmmaker once again, as Warner Bros. and director Zack Snyder have tapped him to score…
Warner Bros. has tapped veteran producer Keith Gordon, who's worked extensively with Christopher Nolan, to adapt and direct an untitled supernatural thriller set up at Nolan's Syncopy banner.
A fiendishly intricate yarn set in the labyrinth of the subconscious.
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Having memorably explored the Caped Crusader's origins in "Batman Begins," director Christopher Nolan puts all of Gotham City under a microscope in "The Dark Knight," the enthralling second…
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