“If and when he comes up with his new movie, it’s about can we be a home for it and what would we need to do to make that happen,” Stuber said.
“He’s an incredible filmmaker. I’m going to do everything I can. In this business I’ve learned you need to have zero ego. I get punched and knocked down and get back up,” Stuber added.
Nolan, a big-time advocate for the theatrical moviegoing experience, seems to have gotten over Warner Bros., the studio that has released his movies, after the company’s seismic decision to send its movies to HBO Max at the same time they premiere in theaters.
“Oh, I mean, disbelief. Especially the way in which they did.