Matthew McConaughey needs to give his management team a raise. The actor had a huge 2013, appearing in three Oscar-caliber films including Dallas Buyers Club, for which he was given his first Oscar-nomination. He also did the buzzy TV drama, True Detective, which could garner the actor an Emmy-nomination. McConaughey has never been hotter and yet he’s following up a huge 2013 with something even bigger. He’ll star in the sci-fi drama Interstellar by Christopher Nolan. Talk about perfect timing.
Very little is know about the plot of that film and yet, fans are still incredibly excited for Nolan’s latest. That anticipation could go through the roof thanks to McConaughey, who had some very big words about the November release. Read More »
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Posted on Tuesday, January 28th, 2014 by Angie Han
Paramount made waves earlier this month when they announced that they would no longer release movies on film, becoming the first major studio to go all-digital. Except, it turns out, they’re not quite going all-digital. The company still plans to make rare exceptions for select pictures, including Christopher Nolan‘s Interstellar. More details after the jump.
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2013 was an amazing year for movies. There are still a couple big films from late in the year that I haven’t yet seen (my second cross-country move in the span of a year, left me scrambling to stay current for the year’s final quarter) and yet I’ve still got a list of favorite 2013 films that includes more than fifteen movies. With any luck I can spend the next evenings catching the couple last big ones to get that “best of ’13″ list out the door.
In the meantime, as many are I’m looking forward to 2014. The next year is absolutely packed-out for blockbusters, but there’s a lot of (potentially) good stuff to enjoy in 2014. Below is my own attempt to organize the coming year in movies, based on what we know right now.
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The movies of 2013 were great and we’re all anxiously anticipating 2015, but let’s not overlook 2014. While the upcoming calendar isn’t packed as full of blockbusters that make film fans salivate, 2014 has some pretty awesome looking movies from several of the best filmmakers in the world. It has its share of massive franchise films too and while maybe they’re not Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Terminator or Batman fighting Superman, I’ll take Christopher Nolan, Paul Thomas Anderson, Cameron Crowe, Wes Anderson, the Wachowksis and David Fincher any day.
Below, read my top ten anticipated films of 2014. Read More »
“Our destiny lies above us.” Christopher Nolan‘s latest film, Interstellar, will be out in November 2014 but the first teaser trailer is out now. Watch it below.
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Briefly: That image above is the first real thing we’ve got to represent Christopher Nolan‘s new film Interstellar. With the trailer coming soon (tomorrow night in front of The Hobbit, we’re told, and probably online right around the same time) you can bet we’ll have a lot more in the next few days.
For now you can watch the official website, or subscribe to the Facebook or Twitter feeds, which will hopefully soon offer something more than that stark logo. Given that the site promises the trailer, you know where to watch for that first footage.
Note: we’ve heard from some people outside the US that are having trouble accessing the Interstellarmovie.com domain — as of now it is working for IPs in the US, but beyond that we can’t say.
Briefly: Our first glimpse at Christopher Nolan‘s post-Batman film, Interstellar, is coming incredibly soon. Though the sci-fi exploration film doesn’t open until November 7, 2014, the first trailer will reportedly be attached to Warner Bros. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug on December 13. That trailer runs one minute and 43 seconds long.
Interstellar stars Matthew McConaughey, Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway, Michael Caine, Casey Affleck and John Lithgow. [The Film Stage]
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Christopher Nolan and IMAX have become almost synonymous. The director uses the large format like no one else, shooting several of his films with IMAX film cameras to make them feel simultaneously bigger and more intimate. He’s the only director shooting true IMAX who uses it both for his big action scenes and emotional close-ups. No one pushes the IMAX format like Mr. Nolan.
Now he’s pushing it even further. A member of Nolan’s VFX team tweeted (then removed) an image of a Learjet with an IMAX camera installed in the nose. It’s being used to capture photography for Interstellar, Nolan’s 2014 space film starring Matthew McConaughey. Check it out below. Read More »