'It's conceptual. It doesn't fit into any genre,' Cillian Murphy who portrays Fischer shares his take on the sci-fi action film from the director of 'The Dark Knight'.
Many details related to director Christopher Nolan's upcoming project "Inception" are still kept under tight wraps, but actor Cillian Murphy has been kind enough to share a bit of info recently. In an interview with MTV, the 33-year-old actor mentioned that he has seen the whole script and is excited about that.
"This is my third film with Chris," the actor who will plays Fischer said. "He showed me the whole script. It's very very complex and amazing. I'm hugely excited for next year when it comes out." He then went on detailing, "It's conceptual. It doesn't fit into any genre. There are elements of different types of things in it but it is all from Chris' imagination. I've never read anything close to it before."
Previously, Kristopher Tapley of In Contention has gotten his hands on several story points from the script. He shared that "Inception" takes place in a world where people can enter other people's dreams. Leonardo DiCaprio's Cobb is a CEO type of guy who "dives into people's dreams to extract information." His team whose job is to create the dreams includes Ellen Page's Ariadne, Joseph Gordon-Levitt's Arthur and Tom Hardy's Eames.
Tapley further explained that to enter someone's dream, the team won't need a machine but simply uses injection. Murphy's Fischer is Cobb's target. As Fischer will soon become the head of a company, Cobb "is attempting to insert an idea into Fischer's mind to compel him to separate the company into two smaller companies." But, trouble comes from Ken Watanabe's Saito who blackmails Cobb, and from Cobb's wife.
"Inception" is based on an original script written by "The Dark Knight" director Christopher Nolan. In addition to serving as director, he will carry out the role of co-producer along with Emma Thomas. Marion Cotillard, Dileep Rao and Tom Berenger are among the cast ensemble. This movie is expected to hit U.S. theaters July 16, 2010.