Originally Posted by kvz5
Damn. I mean, even if we lower that to around $100M, that's still very significant.
Goes to show the power Nolan has in resisting the studio's demands for 3D. Same thing will happen with Interstellar, except this time he will be resisting a studio he has no built-in clout with (Paramount). They forced Abrams to convert Star Trek 2 to 3D, but I doubt they will be able to do the same thing to Nolan. He probably had it put in writing for his contract that they can't convert it.