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Aronofsky was in talks to direct a Batman movie - titled "Batman: Year One", but things did not materialise and the project was scrapped.
The director said he did not set out to create a "Batman" franchise, when they first collaborated with Warner Bros 13 years ago.
Before his work trip to Mumbai, acclaimed Hollywood director Christopher Nolan enjoyed a short stay with his family here away from the glare of arch-lights.
Acclaimed filmmaker Christopher Nolan believes that the art of filmmaking is more about dreams and magic rather than just logic and pragmatism.
Multiple Oscar-nominated filmmaker Christopher Nolan, known for "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight", says he is interested to watch and know more about Indian cinema.
Christopher Nolan has been vocal about his love for traditional formats -- 35mm and 70mm- over digital and the renowned director today encouraged aspiring filmmakers to believe in.
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan had his fan boy moment as the actor met renowned filmmaker Christopher Nolan today.
The Indian actor also gave him a copy of his critically acclaimed movie "Hey Ram" in digital format.
The film will be introduced by Nolan on May 12 as part of the Cannes Classics programme and the screening will be attended by members of Kubrick's family.
"Dunkirk" director Christopher Nolan has also weighed in on Netflix, calling the streaming giant's release plans "bizarre" and "mindless".
The filmmaker will be meeting with eminent personalities from the Indian film industry on March 31.
Despite its relentless high-octane score and action scenes, "Dunkirk" isn't really a war film, according to Nolan, who told he wanted to make a "survival story" unlike anything "seen or experienced".
With Dunkirk nominated for a whopping eight Oscars at the 90th Academy Awards, Christopher Nolan talks about the challenges of creating the historic war film.
Filmmaker Christopher Nolan has debunked rumours he's next in line to direct James Bond.
Along with the film of the year prize, the dark comedy claimed actress of the year (Frances McDormand) and scriptwriter of the year (Martin McDonagh), according to the Hollywood Reporter.