First featurette from INCEPTION offers insight into the Dream World

GATW Guest Writer

by: GATW Guest Writer
June 8th, 2010

The curtain has been pulled back slightly for Christopher Nolan's summer blockbuster INCEPTION in an intriguing new featurette that offers some insight into some of the film's mysteries. At this point, the more astute movie-goers watching the latest trailer now know that Leonardo DiCaprio is involved in a new breed of corporate espionage that involves extracting valuable thoughts from the minds of certain individuals.

We are offered some insight into the creation of the Dream World in this new clip, which also highlights some of the locations that the production took advantage of when traveling around the world during filming.

Take a peak at the behind-the-scenes footage after the break of in HD over at Yahoo!

In a packed, record-setting summer, INCEPTION would be a cerebral sleeper hit but wouldn't go mainstream in all likelihood. Given the relatively disappointing slate of films so far this summer season, this film has a real chance to break out and turn into somewhat of a break out success. Behind-the-scenes vignettes like the one above should help the average movie-goer to wrap their brains around a somewhat confusing sci-fi premise, and the draw of DiCaprio in a tent pole film from the director of THE DARK KNIGHT could boost INCEPTION into the black sooner rather than later.

Wouldn't an interesting ad campaign be a joint promotional venture involving Warner Brothers where Christopher Nolan directs an Apple commercial featuring DiCaprio extracting the idea for the iPhone 4 from Steve Jobs?

Source: CinemaBlend

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  • Terrance Holte

    I think that may have been my personal bias coming into play. Cobra has been one of my favorites for a long time and even though I recognize how important the original Rocky is to the whole series, I found the movie itself to be a tad slow and boring. That doesn’t mean it wasn’t a good movie mind you just a personal preference BTW, Stallone only got paid 30K to do Cop Land.

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