While Christopher Nolan's film has received critical acclaim in India, some media reports have questioned why the film has ignored the "significant contribution" of Indian soldiers in Dunkirk.read more
Director Christopher Nolan is a huge draw in the Asian country which gave the critically acclaimed war film its biggest opening outside of the U.S. and the U.K. read...
Cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema explains how Christopher Nolan's WWII epic was filmed with Imax and 65mm film cameras: "We'd get so close and witness dogfights in the open air."read...
'Dunkirk' isn't the only win of the weekend as Universal's female-centric 'Girls Trip' breaks the R-rated comedy curse, opening to $30.4 million. read more
The director takes on his first true-story but keeps some of the experimental tricks of the trade he's been honing for decades.read more
Elsewhere, Universal's 'Girls Trip' is breaking the R-rated comedy curse with a projected $25 million-plus opening.read more
Warners bought the projectors that the Weinstein Co. restored for 'The Hateful Eight,' and now other filmmakers are eyeing future releases in the format.read more
"It seems very demeaning and time-consuming," says the 'Dunkirk' star, who won best supporting actor for Bridge of Spies in 2016.read more
Prince Harry was a special guest at the event which took place at London's Leicester Square.read more
The director's World War II epic opens in theaters next month, and is one of the most anticipated movies of summer.read more
J.K. Rowling also teed up the second 'Fantastic Beasts' to the crowds in Barcelona.read more