A new theatrical featurette for Christopher Nolan‘s Inception has surfaced. There are a few new shots, but nothing very spoiler heavy. It features interviews with Leonardo DiCaprio and Christopher Nolan. You can check it out below via Nolan Fans.
Edit: This video was removed from TrailerAddict by the request of the studio. When another one is available we will update this post.
There is also a brand new feature story in the latest issue of Empire Magazine regarding Inception. You can also check that out over at the Nolan Fans forums. They reveal two interesting facts: the budget is $170 million (different from the previously reported $200 million over at LA Times) and the film will be between 2 and 2.5 hours. Other than that it’s a great write-up and encourage you to pick it up.
Inception hits theaters July 16th.
What do you think of the featurette?
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