By now we've all seen the trailers for acclaimed director Christopher Nolan's ("The Dark Knight") latest foray into cinema, "Inception," and judging the film based solely on the previews, it looks to be yet another classic Nolan mind-schtup.
We all know that Christopher Nolan -- the director of dark and gritty Batman flicks "The Dark Knight" -- will be working on the next Superman movie. Will that mean a darker color palette, a darker history, and a Kal-El who growls at wrongdoers? There's no way for us to be sure
Not a myth, not a rumor - Christopher Nolan really is spearheading the new "Superman" movie for Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment. While he won't be directing the film, Nolan will produce the project and fulfill a supervisor role in guiding the Man of Steel back into movie theaters
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