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Zack Snyder Names Christopher Nolan’s Biggest Impact On Him As A Filmmaker

Playing in a limited theatrical release before its streaming debut on Netflix the evening of December 21, “Rebel Moon: Part One – A Child of Fire” stars Sofia Boutella as Kora, a mysterious resident of a farming settlement on the distant moon of Veldt. However, when a tyrannical military operation from a dominant planet called the Motherworld turns up on Veldt and begins to terrorize the settlement’s population, Kora has no choice but to employ her deadly skills and leadership capabilities to form a group of rebels to fight back — even if it means exposing her dark past.

The interesting past of “Rebel Moon” includes the fact that Zack Snyder conceived it as a story that he felt could fit within the framework of the “Star Wars” movie universe. When Lucasfilm passed on the idea, Snyder — like his colleague, Christopher Nolan — relied on his own, singular vision to create not only “Rebel Moon: Part One – A Child of Fire,” but also its upcoming April 2024 sequel “Rebel Moon: Part Two – The Scargiver.”

And while both parts of Snyder’s monolithic space saga are born of his original ideas, the writer-director said that he purposefully left some “Star Wars”-like remnants from his original story in “Rebel Moon.”

“Mostly what it allowed is that any of the ‘Star Wars’ iconology that you might see in the movie now that’s left over is there by design,” Snyder told Looper. “In the end, I can’t help myself 100% from being a slight deconstructivist and taking a subversive look at the overall science fiction landscape or the sort of pantheon of mythology that we accept as our cinematic touchstones.”

“Rebel Moon – Part One: A Child of Fire” is playing in theaters in limited release and debuts exclusively on Netflix the evening of December 21.

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