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Christopher Nolan Says Quote About End-Credits Scenes Is ‘Inaccurate’

Earlier in the week, director Christopher Nolan had been making the rounds, promoting his new mind-bending epic Interstellar to the press. But it was not all discussions of wormholes and dark space when news broke that the director had previously made a comment regarding post-credit scenes in superhero blockbusters.

After he wrapped on The Dark Knight Rises, Nolan became a producer on last year’s divisive DC Cinematic Universe kick-off Man of Steel. But thanks to a new story written by the Guardian a few morsels of intel were discovered about the Superman flick. Apparently Warner Bros. asked director Zack Snyder if he would add a “comedy coda ending, in the style of Marvel.” Nolan’s opinion on the studio’s big ask? “A real movie wouldn’t do that.”

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But now in response to the Guardian‘s report, Nolan himself has disputed the claim of his disdain towards end-credits teasers, according to Entertainment Weekly. He released the following statement as clarification:

“I would never say someone else’s film isn’t ‘a real film.’ The quote is inaccurate.”

But I still wouldn’t hold my breath on a post-credits teaser for Interstellar.

Interstellar releases wide this Friday, November 7th.

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