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.
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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]
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 »
We know that Christopher Nolan‘s Interstellar features characters that journey to and/or through a wormhole in space, but that’s (forgive the pun) a pretty nebulous description. There are many different ways in which that basic plot could end up articulated on screen, and waiting to see how it all plays out is obviously part of the pleasure.
But a new report about the film shooting in Florida seems to give up some info that hadn’t previously been reported. Because we don’t know how much of this info will be in the first trailer or two, you should consider the info potentially spoilerish. That said, the release of info for films like this is very tightly managed by the unit publicist, and one would assume that anything ending up in a newspaper report had been cleared. Fair warning. Read More »
Matt Damon won’t play Robin for Zack Snyder, but he will work with the last Batman director, Christopher Nolan. The director’s next film, Interstellar, is shooting now with Matthew McConaughey in the lead role. A new report says that Matt Damon has joined the cast in a small role. The Playlist has the casting info, and says that Damon will only have to commit to the movie for a couple weeks.
The actor has also chosen a new film to direct, and details of that are below.
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Briefly: Christopher Nolan is currently in Okotoks, in the Canadian province of Alberta, training cameras on Matthew McConaughey. They’re filming Nolan’s 2014 sci-film Interstellar. And, wouldn’t you know it — someone caught the duo on camera. Below, get your first glimpse of filming on the highly anticipated project. Read More »
Legendary’s exit from under the Warner Bros. umbrella is one of those insider Hollywood business deals that made waves in studio boardrooms, but not anywhere else. Their latest deal is kind of the same thing – it won’t affect fans at all – but it’s still a very interesting and kind of awesome turn of events.
Warner Bros. and Paramount are co-financing Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, which just started filming. Warner Bros. and Legendary teamed up on Man of Steel, which opened earlier this summer. Nolan has a great relationship with both companies and, in the deal to leave Warner Bros., Legendary negotiated a trade. They gave up their stake in the Man of Steel sequel, rumored to be called Batman vs. Superman, to keep their name on Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. Read More »
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Christopher Nolan is back behind the camera. The director of the Dark Knight Trilogy has just begun production on Interstellar, a sci-fi film starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain, among others. Set for release in IMAX on November 7, 2014, the film is 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.”
That description comes from a new press release acknowledging the start of production, which includes a full cast and crew rundown. Check it out below. Read More »