Yes, Christopher Nolan Should Make Movies With Netflix — Here’s How He Could Negotiate a Deal

Yes, Christopher Nolan Should Make Movies With Netflix — Here’s How He Could Negotiate a Deal
Change doesn’t come easily for the industry, but if you’re Christopher Nolan, change isn’t even up for discussion. As a fierce advocate of the big-screen experience, the filmmaker has remained adamant about the release strategy for his movies, shrugging off the opportunity to take his wares to the streamers no matter how much money they’re willing to throw at him.

Over the past year, Nolan’s ongoing ability to stare down his nose at changing distribution paradigms has started to look like a pointless exercise in flame-throwing. Most recently, he lacerated his longtime home base, Warner Bros., for its decision to release all of its 2021 titles day and date in the midst of the pandemic. Now, it seems he’s on the market, and Netflix studio chief Scott Stuber alluded to an open-door policy in several interviews. “I’m going to do everything I can,” he told Variety.
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