London, Dec 28 Ace director Christopher Nolan next project will reportedly be about the Second World War. The film already has a release date that is July 21, 2017, but details about the project are scarce. (ALSO READ: Sacha Baron Cohen donate USD 1 million for Syrian refugees) Also Read - Watch The Mind-Bending Trailer of Christopher Nolan's 'Tenet' Featuring Dimple Kapadia

It will be a World War II film based on Operation Dynamo, which was a near-miraculous evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) and other Allied troops from the French seaport of Dunkirk which took place from May-June in 1940, reported The Independent. Also Read - Tenet: Mumbai Schedule of Christopher Nolan's Film With Dimple Kapadia Revealed

The current mayor of Dunkirk, France says that filming of an American blockbuster would take place in June 2016 “by a world-famous director” and a regional daily newspaper from the north of France, says their sources are saying it is Nolan, who has been doing early location scouting with screenwriting partner and brother Jonathan. Also Read - Dimple Kapadia's Talent Manager Reveals How She Auditioned For Role in Christopher Nolan's Tenet