Interstellar SynopsisInterstellar chronicles 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.
Interstellar Release Date
In Theaters November 7, 2014
Starring: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Bill Irwin, Ellen Burstyn and Michael Caine
Written by: Jonathan Nolan and Christopher Nolan
Directed by: Christopher Nolan
Produced by: Emma Thomas, Christopher Nolan, and Lynda Obst
MPAA Rating: [ PG-13 ]
Distributor: Paramount Pictures
External Info: Interstellar Official Website
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The 10 Most Buzzed About Movies Of 2014, According To Google
As the most-used website on the internet, Google has a ton of access to information about our society, and by analyzing their numbers can come up with lists of the biggest trends during a certain amount of time. Today they have revealed the top 10 searches when it comes to movies in 2014 – and the results they came up with are pretty surprising.
by Eric Eisenberg December 16, 2014 comments
Why Christopher Nolan Deserved A Golden Globes Nomination For Directing Interstellar
Interstellar got robbed in the Golden Globe nominations this morning, but most importantly Christopher Nolan got robbed! Read on and see why we think he deserves a nod.
by Mike Reyes December 11, 2014 comments
Why Christopher Nolan Movies Will Never Be Like Marvel Movies
Nolan movies have a very distinct style to them, they make the viewer think in ways many other films can not, especially Marvel movies.
by Catarina Cowden December 7, 2014 comments
The 10 Best Movies Of 2014, According To Edgar Wright
Edgar Wright has unveiled his 10 favorite movies of 2014. And it turns out that the Shaun of the Dead filmmaker has particularly enamored with the likes of Whiplash, Boyhood, The Lego Movie and Interstellar.
by Gregory Wakeman December 1, 2014 comments
Interstellar: Watch This Scientist Separate Science Fiction From Science Fact
There certainly has been no shortage of scientist commenting on Christopher Nolan’s latest film, Interstellar, but Dr. Clifford V. Johnson has taken that idea a step further, breaking down the science fiction and science fact in the movie. In case you were wondering, yes, he does talk about the infamous bookcase. If you haven’t seen Interstellar yet, there will be a few spoilers ahead.
by Kendall Ashley November 23, 2014 comments
Watch Bill Nye Outline His Problems With Interstellar Science
Bill Nye the Science Guy hasn't seen Interstellar yet, but based on the film's concept he has some scientific complaints about the film. He also offers advice to those hoping to one day travel to Mars.
by Kendall Ashley November 20, 2014 comments
Christopher Nolan Wrote An Interstellar Comic To Try And Explain This Crucial Character
The Lazarus Missions were the first Hail Mary in humanity's hope for the future in Interstellar. Now you can read more into that program's greatest success that never was.
by Mike Reyes November 18, 2014 comments
Great News If You Want To See Interstellar 6 Times
By now, just about anyone with even a passing interest in cinema has gone to see Interstellar, and Christopher Nolan’s hugely ambitious space opera has both disappointed viewers and enthralled them in equal measure. If you’re in the latter camp, then a new promotion from Paramount and AMC Theatres will have you doing cartwheels with excitement.
by Gregory Wakeman November 17, 2014 comments
Interstellar Sounds The Way That It Does For This Specific Reason
While talking with Richard King, Mark Weingarten,and Gregg Landaker, the top three men who gave Interstellar its out of this world sound, I asked what they had to say about the public's response to the film's perceived sound issues. As the feature's sound re-recording mixer, Landaker was the obvious expert to question about this particular matter. His answer was fascinating.
by Mike Reyes November 17, 2014 comments
Movie Theater: Blame Christopher Nolan For Interstellar's Sound, Not Us
While Interstellar rode a massive wave of praise in its earlier screenings, it eventually began to earn a bit of a reputation for being particularly flawed, at least in the audience's eyes, in one major respect. What started out as a handful of moviegoers experiencing sound problems has become a big enough phenomenon that a Cinemark theater in New York had to post the sign shown below to warn their patrons that it's not their fault the sound mix is "faulty;" it's Christopher Nolan's.
by Mike Reyes November 13, 2014 comments
7 Interstellar Characters Forced To Make Fascinating, Morally Complicated Decisions
Interstellar may be a visual feast for the eyes, but it's also a very thought provoking movie too. See why after the jump.
by Mike Reyes November 12, 2014 comments
The 5 Most Incredible Interstellar Shots From Interstellar
Among the greatest qualities that Interstellar possesses is the beautiful cinematography provided by director Christopher Nolan and cinematographer Hoyte Van Hoytema. For a film with a lot of brainy science and far out concepts, Interstellar manages to look absolutely stunning, while at the same time remaining grounded with reality-based concepts.
by Mike Reyes November 11, 2014 comments
What Neil deGrasse Tyson Thinks Of Interstellar
If you were wondering just how accurate the science in Interstellar was, never fear! America's most famous astrophysicist is here!
by Mike Reyes November 10, 2014 comments
5 Things Christopher Nolan Has To Change Before His Next Movie
Looking back on the career of Christopher Nolan, weighing his greatest strengths and greatest weaknesses, as well as looking at his trends, we’ve come up with a list of five things that the filmmaker should consider changing about his current work habits as he starts looking for his next directorial adventure. Read on!
by Eric Eisenberg November 10, 2014 comments
Christopher Nolan Thinks Interstellar Haters Need To Watch The Movie Again
Confused about just what happened in Christopher Nolan's Interstellar? The director himself has anticipated this, and has the perfect suggestion on how to remedy that: experience it again!
by Mike Reyes November 10, 2014 comments
Why Interstellar's Secret A-List Cameo Is Worth Celebrating
SPOILER WARNING: In case the headline wasn’t enough of a clue, this article contains some pretty massive spoilers about Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. If you haven’t seen the film yet and wish to save all of the big secrets for the big screen, please click away to one of the other fantastic articles on the site!
by Eric Eisenberg November 9, 2014 comments
Weekend Box Office: Big Hero 6 Outperforms Interstellar
Christopher Nolan is a director whose name has become synonymous with big number one openings. His last five movies opened at number one two of those topped $150 million their opening weekend. But this weekend he had to settle for a close second place.
by Scott Gwin November 9, 2014 comments
7 Epic Science Fiction Movies That Will Open Your Eyes
Science fiction movies can be epic in big or small ways. More often than not, they make you think.
by Cornelius Fortune November 8, 2014 comments
Why Interstellar's Ending Doesn't Mean What You Think It Means
I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about what happens on screen in Interstellar, trying to figure out if there are explanations for the events of Nolan’s third act. I’ve come up with a theory, one that trades in massive spoilers. Read on, if you’re intrigued.
by Sean O'Connell November 7, 2014 comments
This Space Movies Supercut Will Make You Dream Bigger
Over the last few decades, we've seen many filmmakers take audiences to the reaches of outerspace, and with Christopher Nolan's Interstellar hitting theaters this weekend, we have a brand new supercut that celebrates some amazing cinematic trips to the stars.
by Eric Eisenberg November 6, 2014 comments
4 Big Reasons Why Interstellar Is A Huge Disaster
Mistake after mistake after painful mistake. If I remember Interstellar a year from now, it will be for all of the poor decisions it made, cutting the legs out from underneath the few interesting ideas it had in its oversized head.
by Sean O'Connell November 6, 2014 comments
Now Streaming: Netflix Instant Alternatives To Nightcrawler, Interstellar And The Theory of Everything
Looking to Nightcrawler, Interstellar, and The Theory of Everything for inspiration, we've pulled together a selection of anti-hero adventures, space odysseys, and bold biopics.
by Kristy Puchko November 6, 2014 comments
The Weird Reason Why Interstellar Might Screw Jessica Chastain Out Of An Oscar Nom
Since she burst on the scene in 2011, Jessica Chastain has been a gem in the crown of just about every movie she's been in, whether charming on the junket circuit, dazzling on the red carpet, or offering the kind of performances that breed Oscar buzz. But her latest release wants to keep her all to themselves, choking out the Oscar chances of an upcoming indie.
by Kristy Puchko November 6, 2014 comments
Matthew McConaughey Will Play A Superhero If This Happens
Matthew McConaughey has starred in a variety of films over the decades, but he still has yet to star in a superhero movie. However, he won’t just do it on a whim. If he’s going to join one of these epic blockbusters, certain criteria need to be met.
by Adam Holmes November 5, 2014 comments
Watch The Incredible Process Movie Theaters Have To Go To Just To Screen Interstellar
Maybe you've heard that Interstellar is opening early to IMAX to encourage audiences to see Christopher Nolan's latest in the 70mm glory he intended. But do you actually know what screening a 70mm film print entails? If not, let this expert projectionist break it down in this detailed video.
by Kristy Puchko November 5, 2014 comments
Discuss Interstellar With Spoilers And Rate It
If you haven’t seen Interstellar yet, run away! This page is LOADED WITH SPOILERS. The rest of you can spend the rest of the week – as well as the weekend -- raving (or ranting) about our newest Nolan epic.
by Sean O'Connell November 5, 2014 comments
Wait, NASA Had Almost Nothing To Do With Interstellar?
Given the heavy scientific bent of Nolan’s Interstellar, which opens in theaters later this week, you would think that the director had NASA experts on speed dial, asking them to fact check all of the data in his screenplay. You would be wrong.
by Sean O'Connell November 4, 2014 comments
Monday Movie Memo: Obviously, Christopher Nolan's Best Film Is...
To me, there’s only one clear-cut choice when we are talking about the “best” film Christopher Nolan has directed. Naturally, the term “best” implies opinion, and it’s highly probable we disagree on what Nolan’s finest film is.
by Sean O'Connell November 3, 2014 comments
Interstellar: The Hilarious Low Tech Way They Made Anne Hathaway Float In Space
Ready that Oscar, because in Instellar, Anne Hathaway doesn't only do her own stunts, she also does her own practical effects. That includes "floating" in zero gravity. And you can see just how she did it in this video.
by Kristy Puchko November 3, 2014 comments
This Rotten Week: Predicting Insterstellar And Big Hero 6 Reviews
I feel like we’ve been waiting forever for this week’s big released. And though there’s technically a Marvel product hitting the screens this week, that’s not what I’m talking about and you know it. We got Chris Nolan taking us to space and a new group of superheroes.
by Doug Norrie November 2, 2014 comments
This Interstellar Contest Has The Greatest Prize Imaginable
Ever wanted to see what's outside our planetary atmosphere, all up close and personal like? Interstellar and Fandango have just the sweepstakes for you, you brave soul.
by Mike Reyes October 31, 2014 comments
The Reason Interstellar Was Dumbed Down By Christopher Nolan
That’s what we’re starting to expect out of Interstellar, which has been screening for select groups (and earning rave reviews). A heady trip to the farthest reaches of our galaxies that also appeals to the heart beating in each audience member.
by Sean O'Connell October 23, 2014 comments
Interstellar Apparently Is Great, Read The Over-The-Top Praise Here
With a press junket on tap for this coming weekend, and a few additional screenings in the pipeline, the movie is starting to show for select groups… and word on the film’s impact is starting to leak across the Web.
by Sean O'Connell October 21, 2014 comments
Step Into The World Of Interstellar With This Incredibly Immersive Experience
The future world of Interstellar is coming to our time and our world, thanks to Warner Bros, Paramount, and Occulus Rift. Look inside to see where you can test the Endurance spacecraft in a city near you!
by Mike Reyes October 6, 2014 comments
Why Movie Theater Owners Are Pissed Off At Christopher Nolan
Chrisopher Nolan's Interstellar is probably one of the only films you'll be able to see on traditional 35mm film this entire year. Find out why this is a bit of a problem for theater exhibitors.
by Mike Reyes October 3, 2014 comments
10 WTF Things We Just Spotted In The Latest Interstellar Trailer
Considering his past track record, this is an impressive feat that shows us just how wrong we are when we think we can call all of Nolan's tricks from the off. Here now are 10 images from the latest Interstellar trailer that have us looking at the screen with the biggest "WTF" face we can muster.
by Mike Reyes October 1, 2014 comments
Here's How You Can See Interstellar Earlier Than Everybody Else
If you want to see Interstellar earlier than everyone else, you just might get your wish. However to do so will require a little bit of rocket science on your part, as we've noticed some interesting particulars involving this sneak peek.
by Mike Reyes October 1, 2014 comments
The Avengers 2 Trailer Could Be Attached To Interstellar
Ever since The Avengers: Age Of Ultron wrapped production in August, everyone's been wondering when we'd see our first public look at the finished product. We're dying to see a glimpse at the movie we'll be lining up to see next summer, and now it looks like we may know when that's going to happen.
by Mike Reyes September 28, 2014 comments
Interstellar Is Going To Be An Absurdly Long Movie
While Christopher Nolan's recent films tend to run a little on the long side for the average moviegoer, Interstellar is going to be his longest film yet. Prepare yourselves accordingly.
by Mike Reyes September 25, 2014 comments
This Addictive Interstellar Game Hints At What We'll See, Is Also Awesome
This interactive app takes players on a journey through solar systems that will be designed by fellow players, featuring realistic physics conceptualized by Kip Thorne, the film’s scientific advisor and noted theoretical physicist.
by Sean O'Connell September 18, 2014 comments
Matthew McConaughey Walks On Distant Planets For New Interstellar Poster
We still don't know a whole lot about what will happen in Christopher Nolan's upcoming sci-fi epic, Interstellar, but we do have a new poster featuring Matthew McConaughey to help fuel speculation.
by Mike Bracken September 16, 2014 comments
Matthew McConaughey Shows Off Amazing IMAX Footage In New Interstellar Spot
Matthew McConaughey plays Cooper, a one-time pilot and engineer whose unique skills aren’t much help when our planet’s food shortage runs dry. But when the government calls on Cooper for an expedition into the galaxies, he leaves his family behind for a wormhole-traveling adventure that might answer to the fate of humanity.
by Sean O'Connell August 26, 2014 comments
The Full Interstellar Trailer Is Flat Out Incredible And Has To Be Watched
This is the text you're reading in the time you could be watching the latest trailer for Interstellar. If you need another reason to click the link and watch this trailer, might we suggest Anne Hathaway and Matthew McConaughey crying?
by Mike Reyes July 30, 2014 comments
Find Out When You Can See Interstellar's Newest Trailer
Interstellar blew the roof off of Hall H at this year's Comic-Con. However, not everyone could be there to share the experience, so the next best thing is going to be experiencing the supposedly gorgeous trailer in theaters. That experience is heading to theaters sooner than you'd think.
by Mike Reyes July 28, 2014 comments
Christopher Nolan Dazzles Hall H With A Breathtaking New Interstellar Trailer
The powerhouse duo surprised crowds by showing up unannounced at the tail end of the Paramount panel in Hall H. Matthew McConaughey took the stage first, following a new Interstellar clip that largely relied on old newsreels of politicians (like John F. Kennedy), physicists (Neil Degrasse Tyson was spotted) and former astronauts (such as Buzz Aldrin) talking about risk being “the price of progress” and how our community used to take such pride in moments of human accomplishment.
by Sean O'Connell July 24, 2014 comments
Christopher Nolan's 4 Bold Predictions For The Future Of Cinema
Nolan is expected to be at the forefront of the theatrical-presentation conversation when his sci-fi drama Interstellar reaches multiplexes in November. Ahead of that curve, the filmmaker took to the Wall Street Journal for a fascinating, sobering conversation about the state of modern cinema and the direction of the major studios.
by Sean O'Connell July 9, 2014 comments
5 Secrets Revealed By Christopher Nolan's Interstellar Trailer
Christopher Nolan dropped the Interstellar trailer onto the internet, and almost immediately the buzz was palpable. It is truly a visual and thematic feast that gives us just enough of an appetizer that should last us for another couple of months. Which means it's now time to start looking at what questions have been answered, and what new questions will come to light with those answers.
by Mike Reyes May 16, 2014 comments
Christopher Nolan's Interstellar Delivers Epic First Trailer
Matthew McConaughey appears here as Cooper, the troubled farmer who has to deal with shrinking crops. The film posits that the greatest threat we'll face in the future is diminished food supplies, and as Michael Caine intones, “We must confront the reality that nothing in this solar system can help us.”
by Gabe Toro May 16, 2014 comments
Christopher Nolan's Interstellar Hides Clues In Latest, Stark Poster
Given that it comes to us from the brain behind Inception, anything is possible. By suggesting that mankind isn’t supposed to die on earth, does this mean that Matthew McConaughey will be colonizing a new location, and that the denizens of our doomed planet are going to have to move there, somehow?
by Sean O'Connell May 6, 2014 comments
Interstellar Prepares To Launch A New Trailer With Godzilla
Christopher Nolan's Interstellar has been building up a quiet head of steam over the past couple of years. More recently, it's been slowly revealing itself to the public, with only one trailer to show for itself. In a perfect combination of timing and exposure, Godzilla's May 16th release will be the trailer's theatrical premiere.
by Mike Reyes May 5, 2014 comments
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