Michael Caine has a small cameo in Christopher Nolan's latest film, Dunkirk.
In an interview with NJ.com, Nolan confirmed the voice you hear talking on the radio to the RAF man early in the film is indeed Caine's.
The director said he's surprised more people haven't spotted Caine's cameo, noting "he has really one of the most distinctive voices in cinema." Nolan also said Caine's cameo serves as a small nod to the actor's role in the 1969 war film Battle of Britain.
Additionally, the director simply wanted Caine to be a part of the film. "And also, it's Michael. He has to be in all my films, after all," Nolan added.
Read IGN's Dunkirk review to find out why we think it's "a monumental, unconventional, and frequently stunning war movie." While you're at it, take a look at how Dunkirk's debut compares to Nolan's other box office openings.
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