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Must Watch: Third Trailer for Christopher Nolan's Sci-Fi 'Interstellar'

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July 30, 2014
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Interstellar Trailer

"Rage, rage, rage against the dying of the light." Paramount has unveiled the astonishing third trailer for Christopher Nolan's ambitious science fiction journey Interstellar, starring Matthew McConaughey. This trailer does show quite a bit, so if you want to stay completely fresh it's better to just enjoy the images for now. Everything about this looks spectacular, from the emotional journey to the visuals and progress through the wormhole. The Oscar caliber cast includes Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Michael Caine, Casey Affleck, Mackenzie Foy, Topher Grace, Wes Bentley and John Lithgow. If you're prepared for the experience ahead, then fire up this trailer right away. This is my most anticipated this year.

Here's the third trailer for Christopher Nolan's Interstellar, direct from the website - code 7201969:

Update - it's now available on YouTube here, embedded above or by visiting the site the same as before.

Or watch by visiting the new Interstellar website and entering the code (date of the Moon landing) - click:

Interstellar Trailer

Interstellar is directed by British filmmaker Christopher Nolan, of the films Doodlebug, Following, Memento, Insomnia, Batman Begins, The Prestige, The Dark Knight, Inception and The Dark Knight Rises. The screenplay is by Christopher Nolan and Jonathan Nolan, based on scientific theories by Caltech astrophysicist Kip Thorne and follows 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. Matthew McConaughey stars in the film which Paramount Pictures releases on November 7th. For more information and to see a visualization of the stars, visit interstellarmovie.com. Or follow @Interstellar.

Interstellar Trailer

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  • Qrious
    I'm in! IN!
  • Rembo
    i hope its a 3hour journey
    • Big R
      Lol I was thinking the same thing! I hope it's at least 2 hours and 40 minutes.
      • Dominic
        and if it's only 2:10 or 2:20 you KNOW they left too much on the cutting room floor , to squeeze into the BluRay ...
        • denverchris
          I don't think Nolan has ever done an extended cut. Wouldn't expect one now.
  • SteadyEddieTX
    Oscars all around, this looks GREAT!!!!!
  • Tester
    Astonishing ? come on man, yeah its looks cool and we cant wait, but Astonishing ?
    • http://www.firstshowing.net/ Alex Billington
      Too much hyperbole? How about... spectacular, incredible, phenomenal, extraordinary. :)
      • Tester
        how about just kick ass !!
      • http://www.sonicmayhem.com Sascha Dikiciyan
        Well i wouldn't call it all of those names but it sure looks like an interesting, original movie to say the least. However, I really dont like how they cut this trailer together. The first official trailer is still the best and works much better with the dialog and the music. I also think this shows too much. Kinda wish i didn't click to see it...
        • Buzzsaw
          That's because you're a known hater.
      • http://www.sonicmayhem.com Sascha Dikiciyan
        BTW Alex, curious to hear what Zimmer has cooked up for this!! :)
    • Buzzsaw
      Astonishing is what it is.
    • denverchris
      The full screenplay is out there. Hazard a read if you are OK with spoiling some of the experience. So far, most everything from all three trailers is IN that screenplay and yes... for a movie to have this much scope, such far-out sci-fi ideas and be as grounded as it reads... it's astonishing. No bullshit.
  • jay
    WOW. imo, Nolan has kind of lost a little bit of what I loved about him since hitting it big with TDK, I wasnt nearly as much a fan of Inception or TDKR as I was his previous works. But THIS, wow, i think what nolan needed was something a little less 'plotty' and more character driven, there was just so much exposition that needed to happen in inception and TDKR i thought it bogged them both down a little bit, but this looks like a relatively simple story with focus on characterization and transcendent visuals. Im all in.
    • denverchris
      Yeah I don't know what the fuck happened on TDKR. All the elements were there, but lazy plotting killed it dead. Can't agree on Inception. For me, that movie was panacea. There's plenty of plotting in Interstellar, but it's rooted in love, as much as I hate putting it like that.
      • jay
        I wont argue with you on inception. I didnt love it, but i can definitely see how people would. and yeah, it was miles ahead of TDKR. haha, for sure, it is hard to put it in a way that also doesnt feel too cheesy. Im hoping for something in between sunshine and 2001 a space odyssey.
        • denverchris
          The script is more a cross between 2001 and The Abyss, thematically.
  • Stephen Ritchie
    I must say yes this movie looks very ambitious but in my opinion possibly too ambitious. Plus it just seems like it's falling in the shadow of Gravity. It just wants to be the next visual Hollywood space movie and that's all people would see it as. Definitely not an original concept but just bordering the lines of generic. Well going to have to wait and see. Remember when everyone was hyped to see Transcedence? Yeah, am not letting this trailer go over my head like most people would.
    • Brian Sleider
      For me personally I am reminded of a lot of Arthur C Clarke when I see these trailers, and that excites me. Maybe one day some one will get around to making a movie out of those most excellent books.
      • Scopedog
        If they can adapt "The Songs Of Distant Earth" or "Rendevous With Rama" properly...they would make great films.
        • Dominic
          Much like Hollywood has only scratched the surface of the CB genre's stories ( 40 years of Wolverine , for ex , much less 80 years of Supes and Bats ) , they have BARELY made a dent in the sci-fi books that can be adapted ... I'd like to see Allistair Reynolds new series( Blue Remembered Earth is the 1st book ) made into films , as the dominant theme is the rise of Africa as a world space power in the 22nd and 23rd century . Which might inspire that continent ..David Brin's UPLIFT series ? ... I could open up my Science Fiction Book Club newslettter , and prob find about 20 books worthy of being made into movies . Much Less the wealth of sci-fi from the 50's and 60's - Arthur C Clarke's and Asimov's generation ...
          • Brian Sleider
            Foundation any one? A series that spans some 40,000 years. Or the Robot series. The fact the more Asimov has not been adapted is sad.
          • denverchris
            I'll throw Simmons' Hyperion books out there. Easily filmable, nice pro-environment message, great characters, science vs religion themes. The first three Robot books could be good. Or hell, just jump right into it with the Robots of Dawn.
          • Dominic
            could get a lot of movies from it yes plus the other tie-in books Asimov put out , like the Lazarus Long series .. it couldn't get greenlighted before , because Hollywood didn't take sci-fi seriously . until NOW , that they HAVE to ..or they have no billion-dollar -grossing movie ideas ...
          • Scopedog
            Agreed. The sad thing is that a classic novel could be acquired (or rather, the rights) and it could take years to make the film. EDGE OF TOMORROW--which was based on a Japanese SF novel--is a notable exception, since it took around four years from script to final film. I'd love to see someone tackle Hogan's THE TWO FACES OF TOMORROW, actually....
        • Brian Sleider
          The Rama series is one of the best pieces of SciFi around. It would be such a massive undertaking to make, but it could be beautiful.
          • Scopedog
            There have been plans to adapt "Rama", but they remain stuck in development hell, sadly.
    • http://www.sonicmayhem.com Sascha Dikiciyan
      Shadow of Gravity? Plueassse. Gravity has superb visuals but that was it. The movie has no deeper meaning, at least to me. And what hype for Transcedence are u talking about? There was never any hype. Everyone knew it was going to suck after watching the trailers. And you know, with all the superhero crap and reboots these days, I think Interstellar's concept is very original and I gladly take it.
      • Stephen Ritchie
        To answer your questions, I meant "shadow of Gravity" as in, both of these concepts are set within Space. They may be different from one to another but there are still going to be people that would make comparisons which could end up good or bad. Transcedence had no hype? There was clearly a lot of people looking foward to the film especially with the cast and Nolan's own cinematographer being at the helm. And it surely ended disappointing a lot of critics that were looking foward to it. And there is no way you can say with a straight face Interstellar's concept is original. A group of people exploring space? Where have we heard this before um almost every single science fiction film made in the last decades? Basically hardly of any of Nolan's films is original, he just adds pieces to a concept that has already been done before like many directors do and try to make it feel fresh. Inception is a strong example.
        • Dominic
          well yes Thank God the concept's not original , any more .. - all the Alien movies are technically people exploring space , for ex .. - but yes Gravity inspires even more copycats , on the premise that the new SFX makes the movies even better graphically . Hollywood ALWAYS makes copycat movies , as the knowledge OF the Project called Gravity has prob been available for 5-10 years . once people see the buzz for the movie is working , they copy it ... Not that I am a Nolan fanboy but , " he just adds pieces to a concept that has already been done .. " is all ANY director does now , as there are NO new ideas . Just different ways to present them . or different memes to view old themes thru , like sci-fi and comic book characters .. So I GUESS you can ONLY judge them on How Fresh they make it Seem ...
        • denverchris
          There was plenty of hype for Transcendence before it hit the cameras. Nolan's DP's first film? That cast? A flick about the Singularity? Buzz killed the hype but quick, though.
      • Jon Odishaw
        Gravity was excellent, if Interstellar is as good as gravity it will be an achievement. Wether you want to admit it or not there was plenty of hype around Transcendence, I was excited for it. I never saw it after the abysmal reveiws but the premise was exciting and the cast was too.
    • Buzzsaw
      hahahha...the bar for trolling is clearly beneath the ground these days
  • Szkari
    As long as Christopher Nolad directs, Michael Cane has a job;)
  • Tuomas Lassila
    Naah, I'll skip this one.
    • Buzzsaw
      Brilliant movies aren't for everyone.
      • Tuomas Lassila
        Especially if the brilliant film seems like a good place to take a sleep.
        • Buzzsaw
          Stick to Transformers....more your speed
          • Tuomas Lassila
            Yeah good idea, and Marvel Cinematic Universe films, love those :D
      • denverchris
        There's always one in every room, right? That's cool. That's why mumblecore exists.
  • NathanDewey
    Very cool trailer. That's quite the wave at around he 1:56 mark. Looks very emotional as well. Looks like it'll be filled with a lot of awe-inspiring visuals. That glimpse of Topher Grace has me wondering what part he plays. Wes Bentley as well. Good stuff.
  • I'm Batman
    Yes please. Dang it this looks so good. I can't wait to see this movie and I already felt emotional watching a 1 minute trailer. As a kicker, if this music is truly from the movie soundtrack, it is absolutely beautiful.
  • Jon Odishaw
    Im just amazed that a trailer that showed so little managed to give away so much. Ive never complained about trailers giving away too much but if they managed to show nothing of the other side of the wormhole until the movie actually came out I would be incredibly impressed. Im sure Nolan has plenty of surprises for us regardless.
    • http://filmmuseik.synthasite.com Doug
      Yea, I really hate this. The first teaser had no substance, so nothing got me excited about it, and now this trailer shows so much it diminishes so much of my enthusiasm. I wish trailers would just give you an idea of the tone and basic plot instead of trying so hard to suck you in with the money shots. Also, did anyone else get the feeling that Anne Hathaway is his daughter? I feel like a lot of the shots between them point towards that and that would be such a piss off if it turned out to be true. Hopefully it is just a big mislead or I'm completely wrong.
      • jim
        No, Jessica Chastain is his daughter. Also, I don't think this trailer gave much away at all. Half of it was mundane stuff that we've already seen. I still have no idea what this move is actually about.
        • Jon Odishaw
          That's what I'm hoping. I still think they should have waited and not shown us any alien worlds
  • Justin R
    I've been back and forth on the fence for this film, the idea itself seems really interesting, but the trailers haven't drawn me in until now. The scenes beyond the wormhole did show more, which is what I think i needed to see to get drawn into the film. I'm expecting this film to have lots of surprising moments.
  • Armitall
    I can't see anything!
    • Armitall
      OK! Just managed to watch it! Truly epic, however this will be it for me. I'm not seeing anything else till I see it all. Major Tom, out!
      • Avi
        me to, I am getting to excited and than most of the time it will disappoint me because I am to hyped by the trailers. out!
  • IamSlave
    I refuse to watch because I want to go in blind but just having Nolan and McConaughey and it being about space. I"M SOLD.
  • Cody
    It seems like something is missing, and I believe it's the absence of Wally Pfister. It just doesn't look like a Nolan movie without Pfister's signature look. Hoytema seems to have sucked all the color out. We'll see.
    • digifruitella
      have you thought of the possibility this is the LOOK they were going for together?
      • Cody
        Yes, I have thought of that. All of the Pfister/Nolan films of the past have a similar visual aesthetic that is just not present here. That's all I mean. Just the familiarality that I developed as a fan of Nolan has changed. Maybe I'm just not as in awe of the shots here as I was with Pfister's. Like I said, we'll see.
    • Buzzsaw
      You're assuming that Nolan didn't specifically ask for this look.
    • Cody
      Yes, I have thought of that. All of the Pfister/Nolan films of the past have a similar visual aesthetic that is just not present here. That's all I mean. Just the familiarality that I developed as a fan of Nolan has changed. Maybe I'm just not as in awe of the shots here as I was with Pfister's. Like I said, we'll see.
  • dandassow
    I hope that Interstellar lives up the expectations set by the trailers and by this quotation from Carl Sagan. "We are the local embodiment of a Cosmos grown to selfawareness. We have begun to contemplate our origins: starstuff pondering the stars; organized assemblages of ten billion billion billion atoms considering the evolution of atoms; tracing the long journey by which, here at least, consciousness arose. Our loyalties are to the species and the planet. We speak for Earth. Our obligation to survive is owed not just to ourselves but also to that Cosmos, ancient and vast, from which we spring." - Carl Sagan
    • Scopedog
      Sagan should've been a poet...:)
      • http://benhunter.co Benjamin Hunter
        Who's saying he wasn't? Cosmos was his epic.
        • Scopedog
          Gotta agree with you on that....I'd say you're right.
  • Urban James Kirk
    This is the reason we go to movies nowadays, for masterpieces like this! There is not a doubt in my mind that this will be as epic as Nolan's previous films. The first trailer sold me, the second and third just grew my interest millionfold.
  • DAVIDPD
    So cool. Nolan looks like he has done it again. Very, very excited to see this feature film!
  • Ali Hasan
    Nolan makes movies that need to be seen on the big screen - and for that I'm grateful. They're well crafted stories, visually exciting - from Memento to the Prestige to Insomnia to TDK. Inception was his masterpiece, if Interstellar delivers, it will cement Nolan as one of the all time greats. He currently is the best director working today.
  • RAW_D
    Now THIS, is a SCI-FI EPIC!
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7YGEVuJ4mM Carpola
    Pretty up for this, hadn't had much of an interest in it, not the biggest Nolan nut, but it does look pretty incredible.
  • http://www.roamandthink.com/ Quanah
    Highly, immensely, undoubtedly intrigued. The trailer showed just enough to not give everything away, but just enough to know this film will be great. Props to the team who cut the trailer. Now, no more trailers please.
  • Steven Burgas
    Looks a bit crap. This Nolan is not a particularly talented bloke.
    • Buzzsaw
      There was a time when trolling was an art form. Now any useless idiot can do it.
      • Steven Burgas
        Not trolling - he's a horrible writer, his films are logically inconsistent, filled with plot holes and continuity errors, and he commits the cardinal sin of telling instead of showing. He's second rate, with a cadre of hardcore fanboys, and this film looks as daft as all his other commercial pap.
        • Jon Odishaw
          I think Nolan is slightly overrated, but youre being a twat.
          • Buzzsaw
            So a borderline cinematic god as opposed to a full on one?
          • Pugiron
            Only a god to morons and idiots. You appear to be both.
          • Buzzsaw
            Says the idiot who doesn't know what a wormhole is....hahahah
        • denverchris
          Good thing he didn't really write this one alone then. Kid Thorne, Linda Obst, Jon Nolan and Chris Nolan have all had a hand in this.
        • Tyler Rowland
          Telling instead of showing? Have you seen the ending to Inception?
          • Pugiron
            What ending?
          • Terry Craig
            lol have you seen everything before the ending to Inception? It's exposition after exposition
          • Steven Burgas
            Of course I seen it. Dumbest movie ever. It totally ripped off Flatliners
        • Jake Azeris
          And what filmmaker would you prefer idiot?
          • Steven Burgas
            Well, Spielberg was originally attached to this project, and he actually has the chops to pull it off, you butthurt little slit.
          • Jake Azeris
            And exactly what chops are those? I get it now, youre some butthurt Spielberg fan who just praises everything he does. Get a life shit for brains.
          • Steven Burgas
            Derp!
        • http://www.bantr.tv/ Peter McCormack
          I needed telling with Inception :)
        • Buzzsaw
          what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
          • Steven Burgas
            &_& At least I managed to post my own thoughts and didn't simply regurgitate dialogue from a lame Adam Sandler movie.
          • Buzzsaw
            And your thoughts are retarded at best. It's hilarious that you're actually proud enough to take ownership of them. You are without a doubt the dumbest troll I have ever seen on this website. Your original post had ZERO votes. Mine had 14. Think about that. The irony is that Adam Sandler quote PERFECTLY SUMS YOU UP! HAHAHHA. You sir are literally too stupid to insult. Now go troll some other website.
          • Steven Burgas
            I am the smartest person here. No one with an IQ over 4 has ever liked a Nolan movie. You only wish you were as smart as me. Michael Bay is better than him by a trillion miles.
          • Steven Burgas
            Not trolling, and so very glad I'm not a gullible little fanboy who worships at the altar of Chris Nolan's tiny shriveled little cock. Suck away!
  • Buzzsaw
    This looks incredible...this looks like classic Nolan. Nolan is undoubtedly the best directory currently working. His brilliance appears to have no bounds.
  • cobrazombie
    The space scenes look great, but I'm not that excited by the Earth ones. And as much as I love Michael Caine... again? Inception is still my favorite of Nolan's movies.
  • Have Hope
    Erm....am I supposed to be excited? I don't sense a gripping plot here...
    • Buzzsaw
      0/10 Where are the clever trolls hiding?
    • Jake Azeris
      then youre an idiot
  • VAharleywitch
    OMG - this looks great. And teases just a bit more plot without giving away anything for certain.
  • JointhePredacons
    I love how the synopsis for the movie doesnt reveal a lot as to why theyre going into space. Obviously Earth is dying. But it leaves a lot for the viewer of the trailer to conclude on their own. Some people are obviously incapable of independent thought, too reliant on someone else telling them what they should wear, or watch, or believe, or understand, or what something means. Its really sad actually.
    • Guest
      So...could you enlighten us then?
  • Pugiron
    If someone could invent a faster-than-light drive powered by plot holes, Christopher Nolan could take us to the stars!
    • Buzzsaw
      It's called a Wormhole. You might want to Google it so you sound ignorant in one less subject.
    • el copi
      You should probably read about Kip Thorne, know this movie is actually based on his theories and stories, and then come back to burn. Again.
  • RobotProphet
    I know they're probably keeping the best footage as a surprise for when I actually see the film, but I'm still confused of what this movie is about. Of course with Christopher Nolan, there's more to the story than the trailer is letting on. But it still makes me hesitate to see it, because I don't know what I'm spending my money on :/
    • Buzzsaw
      It's kind of obvious...the Earth is dying...they are trying to find a new world. Not the sharpest pencil are you?
  • Steven Burgas
    This movie is for idiots. You only wish you were as smart as me to see through this formulaic nonsense for fat lazy people.
  • Jeff Prioleau
    Thanks Ben!
  • Avi
    this will be awesome!!! and yeah if there is a statue of liberty in it I don't mind! :)

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