"I’m incredibly excited to work with Chris again, and it is funny that we’re talking about him here at a Hesher junket. Because that is what I love so much about working with Chris and what I love so much about his movies and what I think everyone loves about his movies. They have the dignity of a movie that doesn’t care about what Hollywood says, doesn’t care about the market research, the committees, none of that. He’s a storyteller, and he tells his story."
"I am so excited to be working with ['Inception' director Christopher Nolan] again. He's making a movie from his heart. Even though Chris makes these gargantuan movies, he manages to maintain that purity of storytelling. I think that's a big part of why so many people love his movies."
"What Parker and I were kind of getting at last night was that 500 Days of Summer seems like an independent movie to some, but it’s not really an indie. What’s important to me was that Marc Webb, who made 500 Days of Summer, is an artist I connected with. And now he’s making Amazing Spider-Man, and I can’t [frick]ing wait to see what he’ll do with that. And Christopher Nolan got started with Memento and Following, and I would say that Dark Knight has that same independent spirit, and that’s what people love about it; he’s able to take that sensibility and that care and love for his work, and do it on a really large scale."
"Yup! I know. You saw it, man. The trailer isn’t misleading and Nolan’s not the type of guy to create a trailer that will sell you something other than what the movie is."
"He prioritises the acting in a way that's really rare for such a high-scale, spectacular production. That even amid all these things that are going on, he made sure that the actors have what they need to create an honest performance, an honest moment. I think that's a big part of why audiences love his movies so much, because they don't feel like a bunch of fireworks. It feels like real stories, real people."
"[about the rumor on his cameo in Man of Steel] I hadn't heard that one. It just goes to show how much you can believe rumors. I don't think you should believe in any of them. If there's something I'm going to be in, I'm going to tell you about it. I put it on my Twitter that I was in Sin City 2, so TRUST me, I'll tell you."