Jonathan Nolan identifies video games as primary source of inspiration for television

Jonathan Nolan, the acclaimed filmmaker known for his work on hit TV series like "Westworld," has identified video games as a leading source of inspiration for television storytelling. 

According to Jonathan Nolan, the immersive narratives, complex characters, and interactive elements found in video games have profoundly influenced the way stories are told in the realm of television. Indeed, he made a bold statement, suggesting that video games are poised to become the primary source of inspiration for Hollywood storytelling. His remarks come just days before the highly anticipated release of his adaptation of the post-apocalyptic role-playing game "Fallout", which is set to stream soon. 

As a reminder, Nolan and his wife, Lisa Joy, collaborated closely in developing the series. Together, they are the creative minds behind the acclaimed television series "Westworld", which garnered widespread praise and accolades upon its release.  

Thus, with "Fallout", Nolan aims to bring the rich and expansive world of the popular video game franchise to life on the screen, leveraging its compelling narrative and immersive gameplay elements to create a captivating viewing experience. 

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