Today: April 24, 2024

Caine & Nolan Together Again

Michael Caine, last seen in The Dark Knight Rises, is once again teaming up with his Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan for their next project Interstellar.  Caine has become something of a good-luck charm to Nolan having starred in his last five movies such as Batman Begins, The Prestige, The Dark Knight, Inception and The Dark Knight Rises.  Little is known about the film’s plot other than it will see a team of scientists, which will include Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain and Matthew McConaughey, setting out on a voyage of discovery which will most likely include time travel via wormholes.  The has been written by Jonah Nolan with some more recent revisions by Christopher.  Caine will next be seen in magician heist movie Now You See Me opposite Jessie Eisenberg and Mark Ruffalo.  Source – Deadline 

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