Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Michael Caine Talks About His Part In 'Inception' UPDATED

Speaking with Empire Michael Caine revealed his role in Christopher Nolan's 'Inception:'
"I play a professor who's teaching a guy science," Sir Michael told of us of his fourth Nolan collaboration. "It's Leonardo diCaprio. He's going off to do a science project and he speaks to me before he goes."

"Leo is great. I've had a day with him [in London], he's wonderful."

"They wouldn't let me read the script. I only got my page. They're all very secretive!"

UPDATED: MTV caught up with Cillian Murphy to ask him about 'Inception:'
"This is my third film with Chris," Murphy 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."

We're glad that you think the script is great and everything, but how about the story? Care to share any details, Mr. Murphy?

"It’s conceptual. It doesn’t fit into any genre," he explained. "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."