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July 1, 2010 - Inception / Christopher Nolan interviewed by The New York Times

Scooped on Thursday, July 1, 2010

As the press builds up toward the July 16 release of Inception, Christopher Nolan gave an interview with The New York Times and spoke about the challenges of making his new movie. "It's really, at its core, a big action heist movie, and it's a movie that doesn’t try to bamboozle the audience continuously," Nolan remarked. "It’s a lot harder to just put out a two-and-a-half-minute trailer, and everyone goes, 'Oh, yeah, I know what that is.'

"What I found is, it's not possible to execute this concept in a small fashion. As soon as you're talking about dreams the potential of the human mind is infinite. It has to feel like you could go absolutely anywhere by the end of the film. And it has to work on a massive scale."

Another key player in the making of Inception is star Leonardo DiCaprio, who was also interviewed by the paper. Commenting on what attracted him to star in the film, DiCaprio said, "It was a very well written, comprehensive script but you really had to have Chris in person, to try to articulate some of the things that have been swirling around his head for the last eight years."

The Times reports that the film cost Warner Bros. $160 million dollars to produce.

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