Over 30 INTERSTELLAR Images from the New Trailer Show the Film’s Epic Mission

     July 30, 2014


Earlier today Paramount Pictures released a third trailer for Interstellar, director Christopher Nolan’s upcoming sci-fi drama.  The film stars Matthew McConaughey and revolves around 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.”  We got such a nice, expanded look at the film’s world (and the worlds of the film) in the new trailer that we thought we’d put together an image gallery of some of the trailer’s highlights.

Hit the jump to check out the new Interstellar images.  The film also stars Anne HathawayJessica ChastainCasey AffleckMichael Caine, David OyelowoWes BentleyJohn LithgowEllen BurstynTopher GraceDavid GyasiMackenzie FoyBill IrwinTimothée Chalamet, and Matt Damon.  Interstellar opens November 7th.

As you can see from the images below, Nolan’s eye for composition and cool (as in muted) colors remains intact, giving this sci-fi film a more stately aesthetic than we normally see in the genre.


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  • Colin Christian

    It’s going to be wonderful.2001 is my favorite movie,I love serious space travel as a subject,I can’t think of a better director to do this.

    • mdriftmeyer

      2001 was boring as hell, but for 1969 it was cutting edge.

      • bidi

        i agree with you, but i also agree with Colin. i was born in 1990, so i’m part of a generation that constantly needs to be bombarded with shit or i can’t sit still. and you’re right, 2001 is almost mind numbingly boring. but it’s also shockingly hypnotic. at times it feels like you are just watching a spinning top. but the subject matter is so damn intriguing and the production value and visuals still hold up today. it’s just hard to take your eyes off of it. it’s one of my all time favorites as well, and i still think “what the fuck did i just watch” every time it ends, but i feel a sense of fulfillment. i watch it and then i find myself thinking about it for days after. i have an odd relationship with that movie, but i absolutely love it

      • lord jim

        i love 2001 and find movies that spell everything out for me boring as hell.

      • Robert Hall

        It’s cutting edge even compared to today. Don’t mean to sound pretentious, but if you got bored with 2001 it’s probably because movies aren’t your thing. It’s what you could call “artsy” (though it is in no way the most artistic unique movie in existence) and isn’t for everyone. It’s exceptionally well made visually and conceptually, the visual symbolism and allusions are hard to find in movies nowadays. All I can say is that you just don’t appreciate what the movie did.

      • Arthur Dent

        “Don’t mean to sound pretentious”

        … but you’ll be a highly pretentious douche anyway.

      • Robert Hall

        Thanks for the productive comment.

      • Arthur Dent

        Cool story, bro. Oh, and thanks so much.

    • Ozweego

      I remember my first time watching 2001, coincidentally it was also the first time I saw an Overture at the beginning of a film extending my viewing time by another 10-15 mins. :P

      *note = I watched it at home on VHS

  • Strong Enough

    brings tears to my eyes

  • JCA

    Read the very early script that leaked and unless they changed a lot since then they really didn’t show anything in the trailer except for like the first 15 minutes and parts of the 2nd act which is good. Also, people won’t be comparing this to 2001 anymore once it releases, all I’m saying.

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  • World’s Finest Comments

    Wow. They pay you a lot for jacking it in front of a web cam, huh?