Christopher Nolan's next film is officially titled Tenet, and it has added Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Kenneth Branagh to its cast.
The next film by director Christopher Nolan has added Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Debicki to its growing cast.
The Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan is lining up BlacKkKlansman star John David Washington to take the lead in his next big event film.
Honest Trailers takes a deep dive into the entire filmography of director Christopher Nolan.
Warner Bros. has released a tense first look at the World War II epic, which stars Tom Hardy, Kenneth Branagh, Mark Rylance, Cillian Murphy, James D'Arcy and Harry Styles.
The future Zordon actor says his "Power Rangers" movie will elevate the maturity of the Mighty Morphin' franchise.
Haven't had the chance to watch Christopher Nolan's blockbuster trilogy? This video condenses all three Batman films into a minute and a half.
"The Dark Knight" trilogy's Commissioner Gordon addresses his successor, wishing him good luck.
"The Dark Knight" helmer Christopher Nolan is eying the newcomer to play the lead in his next film, alongside Tom Hardy.
Get a glimpse of what might have been in a new look at footage from the game that was meant to tie in to Christopher Nolan's second Batman film.
Zack Snyder has revealed that he asked "Dark Knight" director Christopher Nolan for his blessing on "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
Appearing on "Conan," Snyder discussed "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice's" batmobile, and how badly he wanted to stand on it.
A fascinating new video essay traces the many interpretations of Batman's stomping grounds, from comics to television to film to video games.
We examine whether Christopher Nolan intended to feature the Joker in "The Dark Knight Rises" before the untimely death of actor Heath Ledger.
The "Bourne" franchise lead said he "chickened out" when it came to playing the Man Without Fear in his 2003 feature film.
To make room for a wealthy client's car collection without marring the beauty of the home's architecture, a design firm dug deep -- and looked to "The Dark Knight" for inspiration.
Although no details have been revealed, we do know this much: Warner Bros. is releasing a new Christopher Nolan film in 2017.