Of the great names of film director Christopher Nolan has recently faced a bit of heat when Anne Hathaway complimented her decision would prohibit the chairs of the movie sets. If people can sit down, they will stop working, and Nolan is apparently not a fan of it. Hathaway said Nolan was on to something " with this idea.</p>
Now, a spokesman Nolan said the director’s earlier comments, saying the chairs are not, in fact, prohibited of Nolan’s games.
“For the record, the only things banned from [Christopher Nolan’s] sets of cell phones (not always successfully), and smoking (very successful), ” spokesperson Kelly Bush Novak told IndieWire.
“The chairs Anne was referring to are the directors chairs grouped around the video screen, allocated on the basis of the hierarchy, not physical need. Chris does not choose his work, but never banned the chairs in the set. Cast and crew can sit where and when they need it, and it happens frequently. ”
The commentary around the chairs on Nolan puts quickly attracted a reaction, although the idea that the chairs have been banned has been immediately put in question. The Extras on Nolan’s The Dark Knight, including Aaron Stewart-Ahn (who has write Mandy), said that there had “plenty of chairs” available during the filming of this movie.
The journalist Jeff Jensen has also pointed out that there were chairs where he was visiting the sets of The Dark Knight Rises and Interstellar. The writer Gregory Ellwood said the same thing.
I don’t want to cause trouble, but… I was on the sets of “The Dark Knight Rises” and “Interstellar”, and the people, I say to you, there were chairs. I even sat in a couple.
— Jeff Jensen (@EWDocJensen) June 30, 2020
The cough, I was on the set of The Dark Knight…confirmed there were chairs for the press…
…and yes, it was amazing https://t.co/2aL84FGZRW
— Gregory Ellwood – The Playlist 🎬 (@TheGregoryE) June 30, 2020
Nolan’s new film, Tenet, is currently slated to be in theaters on August 12, although the release date has been pushed back twice so far because of complications with a theatre and COVID-19.
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