The ending of Christopher Nolan’s mindbending thriller Inception is one of the most hotly debated in contemporary cinema. But the movie’s most experienced cast member has now revealed some new information that may completely alter your perception on the matter. Here’s a look at how Michael Caine has blown some film fans’ minds.
Born in London in 1933, Michael Caine started on the stage before making his big-screen debut in 1956’s A Hill in Korea. However, his big break wouldn’t come until nearly a decade later, when he was cast in the 1964 epic war movie Zulu. Then, two years after that, Caine gave an Oscar-nominated performance as the leading man in Alfie.
Caine started to make waves in Hollywood, too, after he starred opposite Shirley MacLaine in 1966’s Gambit. And the star appeared in other iconic films throughout the decade, such as The Ipcress File and The Italian Job. The latter movie was responsible for arguably his most famous catchphrase, “You’re only supposed to blow the bloody doors off.”