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Christopher Nolan Taps 'Hereditary' Editor Jennifer Lame for New Film

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For the first time in a decade and a half, Christopher Nolan will have a new picture editor.

Jennifer Lame, who last worked on horror indie hit Hereditary, has been tapped to serve as editor on Nolan’s newest project, an untitled action adventure that is to star John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki and Robert Pattinson.

Nolan’s main man has been Lee Smith, the Australian editor who first collaborated with Nolan on 2005’s Batman Begins. That began a relationship that last through The Prestige, The Dark Knight, Inception, The Dark Knight Rises, Interstellar and most recently, Dunkirk. Smith won an Oscar for the 2018 movie, as well as the American Cinema Editors’ Eddie Award, and gathered a nomination for Dark Knight.

Little is known about the new Nolan project but sources have described it as a globe-trotting adventure that has shades of the mind-bending nature of Inception but does involve the time continuum.
 

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ah i see nolan is taking the just fuck my shit up approach to his next film

what could go wrong
 

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Well his really last good film was the dark knight IMHO. (Haven’t watched dunkirk and probably never will).
Hope the new one will be better. Globe trotting adventure sounds like fun. I’m excited and though his last films haven’t blown me away i’m gonna watch this one if the trailer is somewhat decent
 

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Well his really last good film was the dark knight IMHO. (Haven’t watched dunkirk and probably never will).
Hope the new one will be better. Globe trotting adventure sounds like fun. I’m excited and though his last films haven’t blown me away i’m gonna watch this one if the trailer is somewhat decent

Dunkirk was fantastic and I liked Interstellar too. Can’t say he’s made a movie I actively dislike.
 
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Nolan is my favourite director and I can't wait for what he brings up this time.
I haven't seen all of his movies but there isn't one which I didn't like. Inception, Interstellar (love soundtrack and in-general movies about space)Memento and Prestige are one of my favourite movies of all the time.
 

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The only Nolan that disappointed me was dark knight rises, and I think he half-arsed that one
 

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The only Nolan that disappointed me was dark knight rises, and I think he half-arsed that one
You should tweet his official twitter handle, and make sure to type in caps lock to show that you are pissed.
 
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Nolan is my favourite director and I can't wait for what he brings up this time.
I haven't seen all of his movies but there isn't one which I didn't like. Inception, Interstellar (love soundtrack and in-general movies about space)Memento and Prestige are one of my favourite movies of all the time.

I've seen most of his movies, Memento, Batman Begins, Dark Knight, Inception, Dark Knight Rises, Interstellar and Dunkirk.

I haven't seen however Insomnia, The Prestige and Following (if that one even counts/is actually available to watch)

I really need to finally watch The Prestige.

The only Nolan that disappointed me was dark knight rises, and I think he half-arsed that one

You had to see it in IMAX for it to really have the intended impact I feel.

Bane's voice for example sounded terrifying on IMAX speakers, it doesn't sound the same at all otherwise.

And the scene where the plane drops literally gave me vertigo, it was an amazing experience in IMAX.
 

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I've seen most of his movies, Memento, Batman Begins, Dark Knight, Inception, Dark Knight Rises, Interstellar and Dunkirk.
I haven't seen however Insomnia, The Prestige and Following (if that one even counts/is actually available to watch)
I really need to finally watch The Prestige.
I'd still say The Prestige is the film from Nolan I like the most till date followed by Inception. Not a fan of his work after Inception which was the last film I liked from him.

You should tweet his official twitter handle, and make sure to type in caps lock to show that you are pissed.
CurryPanda please, don't be a bad girl.