Warner Bros. has staked out July 21, 2017, for the release of director Christopher Nolan's next film. And that's all we know, as no additional details were revealed.
It will mark the filmmaker's first feature since the 2014 sci-fi epic "Interstellar," which grossed $675 million worldwide. Nolan's most recent project was "Quay," a short film about influential stop-motion animators Stephen and Timothy Quay. It will be released next month on Blu-ray.
The 2017 film also continues the director's lengthy relationship with Warner Bros., which stretches back to 2002's "Insomnia." Although the studio partnered with Paramount Pictures for distribution of "Interstellar," Variety reports Warner Bros. holds worldwide rights to the upcoming feature.
The Nolan project will share a release date with Universal Pictures' "Pitch Perfect 3," Luc Besson's comic book adaptation "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" and an untitled Blue Sky/Fox animated movie.