Christopher Nolan shares his love for Fast & Furious movies and Alien 3

Christopher Nolan, who was recently talked about after Warner Bros. publicly decided to move the entire 2021 movie slate to HBO Max, is lighter than him by professing his love for the Fast & Furious series this week. I touched on the stupid side. In MTV’s Happy Sad Confused podcast, Nolan described how much he enjoyed the entire franchise and how the film became wild and incredible-he’s still the first Saga film, especially Tokyo Drift. I like.

“I’m a kind of original recipe [guy]”Nolan said. “I mean Rob Cohen’s original, but in fact Tokyo Drift has a very soft spot. And Justin Lin’s iteration skills are something as they get bigger and bigger. It’s different, but I had some other fun. “

“The fun part of these movies is that they’re getting bigger and bigger, as the sequels have to do,” he added. “Everyone complains when the sequels get bigger, but we are the people who make the sequels bigger. I want to make them bigger, I don’t want to make them smaller, that’s Alien 3 lesson [David] Fincher learned. You can do that, but personally I love the movie, but it doesn’t make far more people happy than it really is. “

The latest in the Fast & Furious series, Fast 9, was scheduled for April 2021 after a year of collisions from the original April 2020 date due to the COVID crisis. This time it was a much smaller move until May 28, 2021, but this time it was pushed back for the second time.

Meanwhile, Nolan isn’t the only director to oppose Warner Bros.’s decision to stream a large 2021 movie schedule on HBO Max. “With this decision, AT & T has taken over one of the finest and most important studios in film history,” said Dune’s director Dennis Villeneuve.

F9 character poster

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