UnNews:Christopher Nolan discusses unproduced Halloween reboot

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21 March 2013

Acclaimed director Christopher Nolan posted this mockup film poster on his Facebook page.

BURBANK, California -- Acclaimed director Christopher Nolan -- who is busy producing Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel, and will soon helm the science fiction film Interstellar -- has recently revealed that he, brother Jonathan Nolan, and Dark Knight Trilogy co-writer David S. Goyer provided their own take on a possible next installment of the popular Halloween franchise.

According to the famed director, producer Malek Akkad had contacted him out of the blue, telling him the Weinstein Brothers, who had made two Halloween films with Rob Zombie, but the last one 2009’s Halloween II, wanted him to make the latest episode in the franchise.

Nolan's original stream of posts on Facebook.

Nolan first began revealing details of about his new vision for the movie series on Facebook. Such was the interest caused by the posts, he ultimately made a video interview which he uploaded, further explaining his ideas.

The film was set to be shot in IMAX and distributed by both The Weinstein Company’s Dimension Films imprint and Warner Bros. but “plans fell through somewhere down the line. I’m not exactly sure what happened. They moved on, and so did I.”

The film is still in development hell.