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Brand New 60-Second UK TV Spot for Chris Nolan's Inception

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May 21, 2010
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Inception TV Spot

We're nearing the point where we won't be featuring any new footage from Christopher Nolan's Inception because I want to make sure that everyone has an incredible experience and the only way to make sure that's possible is to minimized the amount of the movie you see before going in. So this brand new UK TV spot for Inception may be the last I feature from this movie, so check it out while you can, and forget everything you saw in it as soon as you see it. I totally love the little eye-brow moment from Ellen Page, but that's probably a lot more subtle in the movie than it is in the trailer. Anyway, I've said enough about this, so just enjoy it!

Watch the new UK TV spot for Christopher Nolan's Inception:

If you haven't seen them, watch the first teaser trailer and second teaser trailer for Inception at those links. A thriller set within the architecture of the mind about a CEO who is involved in a blackmailing scandal.

Inception is both written and directed by acclaimed Oscar nominated British filmmaker Christopher Nolan, of Memento, Insomnia, Batman Begins, The Prestige and The Dark Knight. Nolan previously co-wrote the scripts for Memento, Batman Begins, The Prestige, and The Dark Knight with his brother Jonathan Nolan. Warner Bros is bringing Inception to theaters starting on July 16th this summer. See you all in theaters!

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  • tazz
    cant wait for this movie. alex did you know the person who did the music in the trailer is done by a hip hop and music score artist Zack Hemsey.
  • RogerOThornhill
    I don't understand the apparent high anticipation of this film. The trailer looks visually interesting, but I don't see the story as interesting. For those of you that can't wait to see it, what is driving your interest??
  • Linkfx
    I don't know why anyone would want to take credit for that clear Hans zimmer rip off.
  • Linkfx
    I mean the piece is nice, I like the swelling emotional strings, but overall it's nothing I haven't heard before in a zimmer score or one by any of his ther cronies that compose in his Germanic style. His sound has definitely evolved because of Nolan's David Julyan love to become a bit more Phillip Glass-like but I'd love a little less opera and grandiosity a bit more subtle complexity.
  • Dave Lister, J.M.C.
    @#2 I love the the idea of the characters operating inside a person's dream world; and that the person who is dreaming may begin waking up, at any moment, causing the dream world to fall apart. I'm not at all sure how these dream sequences will be used, in the context of the story; but the trailers have piqued my interest. That's what makes me want, to actually see the film; the plot hasn't been given away, by the trailer. Nolan is on an inredible hot streak to start his career. I haven't seen 'Following' which was his first film; but Memento, Insomnia, Batman Begins, The Prestige and The Dark Knight were great films, in my estimation. Inception looks good so far, so I'm more than on board for seeing it, on opening day.
  • #2, you don't find the concept of walking around in other people's dreams interesting? What DO you find interesting? :]
  • Darren
    the one shown during the "Fringe" season finally was a lot better
  • RogerOThornhill
    Dream stories just do not work for me. I don't care for comic books either. I like action and thrillers, just not superheroes or dream worlds. To each his own. I was just curious what was attracting people to this project so fervently and I appreciate the well-reasoned and civil comments thus far.
  • EfferTheMAN
    @ #2 Just so you know, Inception IS a thriller (which is the TYPE of film you stated you liked). The dream aspect of this film is in reference to the plot and architecture of the world Nolan has created. "Dream stories" as you called it, is not a type of film, it is a film premise (which is what it is for Inception), a type of film would be Action, Drama, Comedy, Thriller, Science Fiction, Documentary etc... and Inception is a Science Fiction, Thriller, Action film (here comes the PREMISE) set within the architecture of the MIND... Just wanted to get that straight, that this indeed IS a Thriller and Action film (which are the movies you claim to be interested in), if anything, it's the PREMISE, that you're not too sure about, which I can understand and respect.
  • SlashBeast
    There are apparently two other TV spots which haven't made it online yet for some reason. This spot gives us a tiny bit more footage, but I don't think they're going to show us much more from now until the release.
  • tazz
    @#3 Linkfx it seems it was not Han Zimmer who did the music in the trailer a few sites say it was Zack Hemsey. Han Zimmer is actually doing the film score for the movie. heres a interview of Zack Hemsey talking about when he did the music for the Inception 3rd trailer http://adtunes.com/forums/showthread.php?s=e4b2f34f5c7fad00be20c26cc4e64e46&t=99618
  • ocp
    Reminds me of DreamScape, loved that movie back then
  • I actually find Ellen Page a little bit irritating, but I won't let her presence put me off the movie. Interestingly, it seems from this trailer that it's getting a 15 rating here in the UK (equivalent to a low R rating in the US) as opposed to the 12A I was expecting. Will we be getting a bit of gore and violence then, perhaps a glimpse of boob? 😉 One can but hope...
  • #14 - Yes, I've said repeatedly on here that Inception seems heavily indebted to DreamScape, just with a technological plot device rather than a psychic one - glad someone else spotted the connection too!
  • Michael Transformababy
    I just jizzed all over myself and swallowed my own cum. Shiet fer bricks. This looks better than sex!
  • tazz
    #15 US PG-13 is our UK version of 12A or 15 sometimes so it wont be any difference its just the same movie we getting. also it did say 15 tbc meaning 'To Be? Confirmed' the rating still not finally confirmed yet.
  • vlad
    @Roger....you would do yourself a service to read up about the movie....it deals with a lot more than dreams...this movie is going to be phenomenal
  • #18 - Yes, it's TBC, but as some 15 rated films include Shaun Of The Dead, The Matrix and the reissue of Alien - all rated R in the US, I think - I live in hope that it might be more 'adult' than I was expecting. It's a flexible thing as both ratings bodies seem to have very different criteria. I imagine the studio will be pushing for a 12A (PG-13) as a 15 limits the box office potential a tad.
  • Cody w
    @2....whats driving my interest? Chris Nolan directed it, thats all I need to know this is gonna be the movie of the year.
  • deadpool 72
    definetly film of the year,can't wait for this bad boy.
  • Fisherr
    Nolan is the best director of this and the next gen.
  • Edwardrow
    @2.. The way I see it is.. Christopher Nolan is fucking brilliant. All 6 of of his films have been amazing. He did 'The Dark Knight' people went crazy for it.. the studio basically let him do whatever he wanted after that, and he choose THIS. It's literally of the greatest directors of our age 'dream project'.
  • Cracky
    Man. The more I see, the more I lose interest in the whole work and just want to see certain things. At this point, I'm excited to see JGL's role played out. Not much else. What can I say, the guy is awesome.
  • sickdoghats
    2010 could be one of the best years in cinema.
  • danielvutran
  • SlashBeast
    ^ Apart from a basic premise of dream-entering technology they're nothing alike.

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