Christopher Nolan in the spotlight with ‘Inception’ and return to Gotham


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On Saturday at the Hero Complex Film Festival, we’ll hear Christopher Nolan discuss his filmmaking accomplishments between our screenings of the underrated 2002 thriller Insomnia and billion-dollar blockbuster The Dark Knight,” but don’t think that the discussion won’t be forward-looking as well -- the future looks fascinating for this 39-year-old auteur, and I plan to ask him about the third Batman film, which starts shooting in March, and his plans to produce a Superman revival with his partner and wife, Emma Thomas. And then, of course, there’s “Inception,” which arrives in theaters in July as one of the most intriguing films of the year. Here’s the latest trailer ...

-- Geoff Boucher



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