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Executive Producers Greg Plageman and Jonathan Nolan tease a Samaritan-dominated world and the resurrection of the Machine.
HBO's upcoming Michael Crichton adaptation, "Westworld," has temporarily stopped production as it nears its end.
At Comic-Con International, the cast and crew of "Person of Interest" teased what -- and who -- will be part of the 13-episode fifth season.
Christopher Nolan's brother and frequent collaborator chats with SPINOFF about the version of "Interstellar" that never was, and teases HBO's "Westworld."
Lex Luthor may play a role in DC's upcoming super villain team-up; "Fringe's" Adam Davidson will helm the new zombie drama and more.
Creator Jonathan Nolan and the cast of the CBS thriller "Person of Interest" gathered at PaleyFest to tease the arrival of new series regulars Sarah Shahi and Amy Acker, and the continued growth of Finch's Machine.
Creator Jonathan Nolan and the stars of "Person of Interest" dropped some clues about the upcoming third season of the hit CBS crime drama during Comic-Con International.
Creator Jonathan Nolan and the producers and cast of the hit CBS drama "Person of Interest" dished to fans at New York Comic Con about what to expect in the new season.
Jonathan Nolan explained why he thinks the open-ended conclusion of "The Dark Knight Rises" is important, stating that the surprise ending is vague for a reason.
At New York Comic Con, "Person of Interest" creator Jonathan Nolan discussed how his love for superheroes like Batman influenced the creation of his CBS crime drama, now in its second season.
Christopher and Jonathan Nolan, Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway and more cast and crew discuss their third and final Batman film, "The Dark Knight Rises," from its literary influences to filming in NYC and more.
"Person of Interest" co-creator Jonathan Nolan and star and "Lost" alum Michael Emerson spoke with the press about the new CBS thriller at New York Comic Con.
David S. Goyer and Jonathan Nolan tell CBR News of the tragic and elemental forces at work in their script for "The Dark Knight," from which comics they took inspiration, and who the film's true protagonist is.