Christopher Nolan Rewriting INTERSTELLAR Script, Will Include His Original Idea
With The Dark Knight Rises' Christopher Nolan in talks to direct his next project, it has been reported that the writer-director will be rewriting his brother Jonah's script for the sci-fi Interstellar and will include his original ideas.
Last night, it was reported that critically acclaimed writer-director Christopher Nolan's next project will be an original sci-fi film titled Interstellar, which was written by his brother Jonah for Paramount Pictures. After his work on Inception and The Dark Knight trilogy, it'd be hard not to get excited to see what he does next. Now, sources tell Deadline that Nolan will not only direct the project if negotiations go according to plan, he is also writing a script that will merge an original idea of his with Jonah's script. The story follows "a heroic interstellar voyage to the furthest borders of our scientific understanding." The film will also reportedly feature time travel and alternate dimensions, and the script is inspired by the work of physicist Kip S. Thorne. Additionally, Warner Bros., Nolan's unofficial home studio, will be co-producing Interstellar with Paramount. Chris Nolan, Emma Thomas and Lynda Obst are producing, while Thorne and Jordan Goldberg will executive produce. No cast, production or release timeline for Interstellar have been confirmed yet.
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