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    Nolan Sets his next film for July 2020

    Christopher Nolan's next movie is slowly coming into focus.

    Warner Bros. announced Friday that Nolan's next film will open in IMAX on July 17, 2020.

    The project is described as an event film, but nothing else is known about Nolanís latest venture. The writer-director has a propensity for secrecy, writing his scripts away from any prying eyes. And he is of such a stature that he can attract the actors he wants, package his project with thespians and then present it to a studio with what amounts to a simple yes or no question: Are you in or are you out?

    The filmmaker is coming off of the World War II film Dunkirk, which won three Academy Awards and earned the filmmaker his first best director Oscar nomination. The Warner Bros. film grossed $526.9 globally.

    The release date makes sense for Nolan, who has a predisposition for July releases. Of the filmmakerís last five movies, four have opened in that mid-July sweet spot, including 2008's The Dark Knight, 2010's Inception, 2012's The Dark Knight Rises, and Dunkirk. Interstellar was the exception, opening in November 2014. There are a few other films also slated to open on July 17, 2020: Paramount's The SpongeBob Movie and Fox's Bob's Burgers. Disney's Jungle Cruise, starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, opens up a week later on July 24, 2020.

    Nolan is now more than twenty years into his directing career. After releasing his $6,000 feature Following in 1998, he broke out with 2000's Memento, which earned him and brother Jonathan Nolan screenplay Oscar nominations. He went on to carve out a reputation for crafting cerebral blockbusters that are have also included 2002's Insomnia and 2006's The Prestige.

    Dunkirk was awesome. cant wait to see what he does next.

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    Excited already. Love his work.

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    Apparently its being described as “North by Northwest in tone meets Inception.” Production is scheduled to begin in June.

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    Hopefully it's better than fairly shit Interstellar and Dark Knight Rises.