Jonathan Nolan

olan describes his successful working relationship with his brother in the production notes of The Prestige: "I’ve always suspected that it has something to do with the fact that he’s left-handed and I’m right-handed, because he’s somehow able to look at my ideas and flip them around in a way that’s just a little bit more twisted and interesting. It’s great to be able to work with him like that." In addition, they also contrast in the way they speak: both brothers have a mixed dialect of American and English, but Jonathan in a more American accent and Christopher in a more English accent.

On March 23, 2007, it was announced he would pen "Interstellar," a science fiction film. It is based on the theories of Kip Thorne, a theoretical physicist known for his prolific contributions in gravitation physics and astrophysics and for having trained a generation of scientists. The film is being Directed by Steven Spielberg. Scheduled to release on summer 2011.

At a Comic Con press conference on July 26, 2008, Nolan was confirmed by director McG to be the "lead writer" of Terminator Salvation, but was not listed under writing or story credits.

On February 9, 2010 it was revealed that Nolan is currently working with his brother and David S. Goyer on the third Batman film. And it has also been rumored that Nolan will be writing and directing the next Superman film currently titled The Man of Steel.

Jonathan Nolan News
Christopher Nolan No Longer Involved in DC Movie UniverseChristopher Nolan No Longer Involved in DC Movie Universe
Jonathan Nolan confirms that he and his brother have no hand in Warner Bros. and DC's upcoming slate of superhero films.
Jonathan Nolan Calls Batman the Black Sheep of Justice League
He also reveals which characters he never thought would work for Christopher Nolan's Gotham City.
NYCC 2011: Person of Interest Michael Emerson Introduction Video
The Lost actor shot this exclusive video on the show's actual location in New York City this past week.
Person of Interest Comes to the Big Screen at NYCC 2011
Lost's Michael Emerson has shot a special introduction exclusive to the New York crowd.