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Christopher Nolan what am I going to do with you? Your movies are always big on ideas and concepts but somehow manage to fall apart in the 3rd act – usually when it calls for you to direct an action scene. I’m almost always glad I went on the journey but ultimately disappointed when I arrive at the destination. Interstellar starts off great but falls under the weight of its own ideas.
Christopher Nolan’s new epic, Interstellar, is a magnificent achievement technically but falls a bit short in terms of story and character development. It’s an intriguing mix of science fact and fiction that attempts to turn a potential end of the world scenario with a phoenix-like rise from the ashes story. It spends a lot of time thinking and paying homage to Kubrick, but falls short with plot points that don’t add up and maybe one-and-a-half characters that are at all developed.
Matthew McConaughey shines as Cooper, an engineer turned farmer by necessity and Mackenzie Foy shines as his intelligent, earnest, determined young daughter, Murph. Otherwise, there are no characters we can really care about – which makes all the cool science stuff less relatable.
Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. have announced that Interstellar will be released in three formats – 70mm IMAX® film, 70mm film and 35mm – two days early, on November 5th.
A new exploratory experience, the Interstellar Google Space Hunt, has also been released to give the curious a chance to explore the world of Interstellar.
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And the posters for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar just keep on coming… Also, they’re genuinely beautiful, while still telling us next to nothing about the actual movie. Check out the other two after the jump.
Interstellar is in theaters on November 7th.
Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar has a black teaser poster (above), so it makes sense that the final poster would be white – and still not give much of anything away…
Check it our after the jump. Interstellar premieres on November 7th.
The second trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar is genuinely awe-inspiring. Check it out following the jump.
Interstellar premieres on November 7th.
Christopher Nolan never gives anything away about his movies until he absolutely has to. Even then, he says as little as possible. As witness, today’s release of the first trailer for Interstellar. If a teaser trailer’s job is to intrigue, then this one does its job. Check it out after the jump.
Interstellar premieres in November.
Now there’s a mysterious teaser poster to go with the mysterious teaser trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. Check it out after the jump.
Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, like Inception, has been behind a veil of secrecy that is not lifted by the release of the trailer. Instead, we get a mood piece with narration by Matthew McConaughey pondering on when the moments when humanity is at its finest. It’s intriguing, beguiling and does what a teaser should do – it teases.
Interstellar will be in theaters in November 2014.
Christopher Nolan has begun production on Interstellar – his sci-fi epic about the adventures of a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage. The film is a co-production between Paramount Pictures and Warner Brothers and will be released on November 7, 2014.
Interstellar’s all-star cast includes Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Bill Irwin, Academy Award® nominee John Lithgow, Casey Affleck, David Gyasi, Wes Bentley, Mackenzie Foy, Timothée Chalamet, Topher Grace, David Oyelowo, Academy Award® winner Ellen Burstyn, and Michael Caine.
The press release follows the jump.