Inception Trailer and Bootleg Set Footage Online

At first I thought that Inception was just the Undercover title for Christopher Nolan to be working on the next Batman film without anyone catching on, but proof is surfacing that its a real movie (despite staring the better part of Batman’s cast)

A teaser trailer hit the net a short while ago:

And now some bootleg shots from some intrepid set invaders who grabbed some footage of some strangeness like a trackless train driving down the street and an uneventful car chase scene. Check them out:

Yup, I still have no clue what this movie is actually about.


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12 thoughts on “Inception Trailer and Bootleg Set Footage Online

  1. This is going to be really different film. I agree: to see Nolan doing an original piece again is pretty unbelievable; forget the Batman franchise. Nolan is a brillant filmmaker and I think this is going to be a very good film and will fit right in with his already perfect filmography.

  2. I really liked the trailer but I am tired of trailers stealing the low bass rumble every few seconds from the Transformers trailer. The video game Modern Warfare 2 (Call of Duty 6) has the same bass rumble every few seconds.

  3. Even if this movie’s plot sounded like garbage, I would watch it because Christopher Nolan directed it. That man can get me into a theatre anyday. And it wasn’t JUST the Batman films – Memento was stunning, and Insomnia and The Prestige were amazing as well.

    It’ll be very interesting to see DiCaprio and Nolan team up!

  4. “Inception takes place in a world where people can enter other people’s dreams. Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) is a CEO type, who illegally dives into dreams to extract information. He does this via a portable device, which is basically an injection into the bloodstream. In one scene, Cobb’s team enters a person’s dream while on an airplane.”

    Sounds good to me im in (:

  5. At a glance it shares its concept with Satoshi Kon’s Paprika, though they obviously have very different tones and approaches.

    Paprika has some of the best dream imagery I’ve ever seen on film, so I’m curious to see how Inception’s visuals fare. I’m always fascinated by seeing attempts to put dreams to film.

  6. They showed a trailer (don’t know if it’s the same one) before Inglorious Basterds. Also, they had cast pictures of this before then. There’s not a whole lot of “surfacing proof”. We’ve always known it.

      1. Really Rodney, you’re dissapointed that this isn’t the new Batman? Personally, I’m much more excited to see another original idea from Nolan right now (especially if it manages to balance the thrills of The Dark Knight with the mind f-cking that was Memento… amazing film by the way). Don’t get me wrong, I’ll be happy to see a new Batman when it comes out, but I sure can wait and I like how Nolan takes a break between sequels (wouldn’t want someone with his potential to become one note).

        I hope this movie gets the attention it deserves and people don’t just ignore it because they’re upset it’s not Batman 3. A lot of people I’ve talked to seem to act as if Batman 3 will automatically be awesome and a Nolan original will be inferrior somehow. WHY? For all we know Batman 3 could be a disaster and Inception could be the greatest film of the decade, who knows. I for one don’t think this movie would be any better if it had a cape and cowl in it. Personally I’m pretty darn excited to see more of Inception.

      2. Oh and remember when The Dark Night teaser trailer premiered at comic-con and didn’t show anything but a bat signal and everyone lost their shit? Now an actually intriguing teaser is dropped on us but people are all like “ehh…” because Bale isn’t growling somewhere in it. (sigh) I don’t quite understand it. If this teaser showed construction workers rebuilding the bat signal 99.9% of the online community would automatically squirt in their pants. Whatever.

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