From the Director of the "The Dark Knight", "Inception" and "Interstellar," Christopher Nolan takes a different route from his preferred genre of film. The well renowned actor is going to try with a drama film from one of the darkest memories of Word War II: "Dunkirk."
"Dunkirk" will mark the "Dark Knight" Director's first drama film. A challenging task for him that is it is a new spectrum of genre and also its gives him a chance to present a work that will show the true nature and chaos of World War II in those dark hours.
According to Indie Revolver, "Dunkirk" will open on July 19, 2017 in selected IMAX theaters with a 70mm glory that involve. Film will be presented worldwide two days later that is on July 21, 2017 but this gives movie goers a more better view and experience on the early presentations of the film.
About the plot of the story their is still a question mark about how it is going to end and start. But with knowledge of World War II this would be set during the days of evacuation and escape in the North city of France where the Brits moved thousands of soldiers by any sea vessel that is available to escape the Nazi's control.
According to Den of Geek, "Dunkirk" casts consist of Tom hardy, Cillan Murphy, Fionn Whitehead and Kenneth Branagh. There are also rumors that Leonardo DiCarpio will be onboard in the film but may sunk in the deep for now despite already scattered all over the internet.
"Dunkirk" is scheduled to premier on July 21, 2017. However, the Director and die hard fans will be able to see the film two days earlier that the premier date worldwide when it opens in selected IMAX theaters. For more on latest news and updates stay tuned to Jobs & Hire.