Take to the Stars with the Logo for Christopher Nolan’s INTERSTELLAR

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Presumably for the graphic design nerds out there, Warner Bros. and Paramount have released the logo for Christopher Nolan‘s Interstellar.  Details are scarce beyond the cryptic logline, “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”, and the story might involve corn, a thought that tickles me to no end.  I have no opinion on this logo because sometimes it’s okay not to have an opinion on everything.  Honestly, it’s good to have this in our image gallery for future stories about the movie.

The image is from the just launched website, and remember the first trailer might be attached to The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.  If so, it will also be online in the near future.  Interstellar opens November 7, 2014, and stars Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Matt Damon, Bill Irwin, John Lithgow, Casey Affleck, David Gyasi, Wes Bentley, Mackenzie Foy, Timothée Chalamet, Topher Grace, David Oyelowo, Ellen Burstyn, and Michael Caine.




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  • Mars

    Looks more like a line of blow.

    • The Flobbit

      And what does that say about you?

      • $29319547

        He likes to have a good time.

      • King_Of_Collider

        Speaking of good times… Does anyone know of where I can get a 12″ black dildo to stick up my ass? I act so butt-hurt over Nolan’s amazing work that I would like to be in-fact “butt-hurt” so I may actually know what this feels like. As of now my gay lover Antione is only of average length and gerth. DULZ – your neighborhood friendly troll ;-)

      • $29319547

        Hi Nolanites this new memo just came in from Nolan’s official website, and I quote:
        “Blimey guvs, you’ll like my new film what. For this feature I’ve mounted an Imax camera to a jet plane, I did. The jet will fly up my anus and reside in my anal cavity, it will. This will give my fans an in depth look at the place they love to spend the majority of their time.”

      • $29319547

        Hi Nolanites this new memo just came in from Nolan’s official website, and I quote:
        “Blimey guvs, you’ll like my new film what. For this feature I’ve mounted an Imax camera to a jet plane, I did. The jet will fly up my anus and reside in my anal cavity, it will. This will give my fans an in depth look at the place they love to spend the majority of their time.”

      • Troll Therapist

        As we have been over this in our previous sessions: This really comes down to you hating your father. Ask for forgiveness instead of corn flavored piss in your mouth and from there the healing can start. Creating fake profiles to help booster your feeds is really just a way of “imaginging” yourself succeeding. At this point all you are asking for is a lifetime of surpressed anger directed at people who are far more talented than you and will be forever successful. Cheers to your 1st step of recovery. :-)

      • TheMonarch

        Therapizing the troll is still “feeding the troll.”

      • cb

        Quick, talk to yourself some more.

  • nonex

    Interstellar . I hope its not rushed cuz inception was really good. well written thought out every detail. So lets see…

    • $29319547

      It’s going to be another lame-ass, exposition-heavy, poorly edited piece of shit that will more than likely look like shit because Pfister, who’s been carrying Nolan’s inept ass all these years, finally clued in and kicked his bitch ass to the curb.

      • King_Of_Collider

        Guys my ass is on fire w anticipation for this film. I speak both metaphorically and literally as I have recieved the 12″ black dildo as requested. I’d like to thank Amazon for their amazing quick delivery w their Cyberdine like flying robot system where the machine literally brought the package directly into my ass. DULZ – your neighborhood friendly troll ;-O <==8

      • Strong Enough

        lmaoo

      • $29319547

        Hmmm…not my account so it obviously wasn’t me who said it. Nice try friend but it’s time you came up with some original material. Lulz ;)

      • King_Of_Collider

        Hmmm…what I meant to say was that it is obviously me who said that as I sit here on a pack of ice to help cool down the fire that was raging in my ass. Nice try friend but it’s time you came to accept the terms that I am gay for Nolan and all of his amazing work. Dulz -your neighborhood friendly troll ;-O <==8

    • nonex on his 3rd beer

      Also, do you know where i can find a Trayvon Martin impersonator that i can hire to come to my house, gather my family in the living room, drop his pants and start pissing in my open mouth while yelling “ACTION”? I’d really like that, in fact, i’m pretty sure that it’ll be the best birthday ever! I’m willing to pay $300 cash. $350 if he can make it taste like CORN! LULZ! ;-).

      • Troll Therapist

        This really comes down to you hating your father. Ask for forgiveness instead of corn flavored piss in your mouth and from there the healing can start. At this point all you are asking for is a lifetime of supressed anger directed at people who are far more talented than you and will be forever successful. Cheers to your 1st step of recovery and may your sodium count diminish as your ingest less corn flavored piss in the future. :-)

  • digger

    Corn, corn, corn, corn, corn, CORN!

    • digger

      Also: Guv’ner, piss, incest, LOLZ, Trayvon Martin…

      • Troll Therapist

        Again…

        This really comes down to you hating your father. Ask for forgiveness instead of corn flavored piss in your mouth and from there the healing can start. At this point all you are asking for is a lifetime of supressed anger directed at people who are far more talented than you and will be forever successful. Cheers to your 1st step of recovery and may your sodium count diminish as your ingest less corn flavored piss in the future. :-)

  • http://www.youtube.com/somejackball somejackball

    Silent Running?

  • Wampa

    “sometimes it’s okay not to have an opinion on everything”

    Most difficult sentence Goldberg has ever typed.

    • The Flobbit

      “Sweat dripped from his brow as his hand spasmodically moved across the keys. “I can do this,” he muttered, over and over. “I can do this.” It took him 15 minutes type the sentence, and when he was done he jerked back in his seat, crying in pain. A fit of uncontrollable sobbing racked his body, and as the article was published he knew it was too late to go back.

      “What have I done,” muttered Goldberg. “What…have I done?”

    • Brad

      Translation: “I am waiting to bitch about this film and the logo hasn’t given me the avenue to do so, yet.”

      • JBug

        He like Nolan films.

      • Brad

        No, he doesn’t.

      • JBug

        He typically gives them good reviews.

      • Brad

        What the hell are you talking about? Collider has only posted all of two reviews of Nolan films by Matt Golderg: a positive one for ‘inception’ and a negative one for ‘The Dark Knight Rises’. TWO. And, along with that ‘Rises’ review, he also spend 2011/2012 bitching about how Nolan doesn’t ‘get it’, blah, blah, blah … Unless you have any factual evidence in support, don’t bother posting again because, frankly, I don;t want to read any of your unsubstantiated assertions. No one does.

      • JBug

        He gave Inception an A, which is an extremely rare case of Matt giving a flawless rating to a big budgeted picture.

        He gave The Dark Knight an A-, which even though I think deserved an A, I’m not going to nit pick.

        He gave TDKR a C, which I felt was very appropriate.

        I understand that might not be as compelling as the theory of relativity, but you sound like a moron the way to continue to insist Goldber’s a Nolan hater. I feel the need to put you your place because I like his reviews and think he does a pretty good job at keeping it objective.

      • Brad

        Oh, and that explains his continual negative coverage of everything Nolan in the last few years? OK, then.

      • JBug

        Your sarcasm might make you feel cool, but you haven’t really made a point. How are substantiating your assertions?

      • Brad

        Good fucking God.

        You’ve forced me to go back through Goldberg’s interminable writing and bring up some of his classic pearls of wisdom. Goldberg apparently GETS IT, and the
        filmmaker who made his films doesn’t, replete with unearned condescension. There’s a very big difference between expressing an opinion, and what he does. His writing ALWAYS comes from a very entitled, arrogant
        place: the filmmaker SHOULD do this, the director SHOULDN’T do that, they DON’T UNDERSTAND, as if you are the last sane person in the world, apparently.

        It’s his only criticism of any film: that the filmmaker(s) in question do not understand their own material. That’s it, with the implication that he, on the other hand,
        “gets it”. I can understand someone asserting that a filmmaker doesn’t execute his conception or whatever, but the assertion that the filmmaker doesn’t understand their film/script/material is a criticism of astounding arrogance, and would require an in-depth understanding of the particular film’s production process, which Goldberg doesn’t have. This isn’t film criticism: it’s fanboy garbage.

        Ok, here is a list of instances in which he GETS IT

        “Presumably, Christopher Nolan would hear the outcry, rework the ADR for Bane’s voice, and everyone would be happy.”

        “This is a statement I strongly disagree with, and I think while the sentiment is nice, it ignores the plot that has come before.”

        Huh, a filmmaker doesn’t understand his own plot. OK, then?

        Here are other examples in which the filmmaker doesn’t GET IT:

        Tintin: “fall into the traps of using motion capture and 3D withou understanding how to best utilize either technology”. Apparently, Goldberg understands more about motion capture technology than Spielberg.

        Premium Rush: “I’m not sure if it’s possible for a director to
        misunderstand his own script.” Note: Goldberg doesn’t suggest that Koepp directed it badly necessarily or executed it poorly on a writer’s level, he just didn’t understand it.

        The Bourne Legacy: “Director Paul Greengrass created what it meant to be a “Bourne” movie with The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum.”
        Apparently, Gilroy – who co-wrote the first three films – doesn’t understand a Bourne film. Or something.

        So, yeah, nah man, Goldberg is FUCKING
        GREATTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. Oh, and there is no such thing objectivity in film criticism: it’s all someone’s opinion. However, there are intelligent opinion and not intelligent opinions and “I am the only one who understands” isn’t an intelligent opinion. It doesn’t matter if he is reviewing big budget or low budget films: we are only going to get typical Goldberg nonsense.

  • The Flobbit

    Okay, THAT is goddamn beautiful.

    • Joseph M

      You’re one of those hardcore Nolan lovers, am I right?

    • JBug

      What is there to like about it?

  • The Flobbit

    The cast shows Christopher Nolan stepping way out of his comfort zone, with only 2 actors that he has worked with before, and an all-star, international absolutely STELLER cast. Matthew McConaughey, Wes Bentley, Matt Damon, David Oyelowo, John Lithgow, and Casey Affleck, and many more make this a movie to definitely look out for!

    • Bob

      You forgot Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain and Nolan Vet/Legend Michael Caine. Yes, this cast is indeed the nuts.

  • Greyson

    I like it :)

  • http://xpgain.com/ Scott Tremper

    Why are graphic designers “nerds”? Is it because this site is constructed like an 8th grade project?

  • Joseph M

    Is this a new thing? Logo font teasers? A rather dull one at that. Regardless, I look forward to seeing Nolan go full cosmic, as long as it doesn’t get bogged down in its own self-importance.

    • Delahunte

      “…as long as it doesn’t get bogged down in its own self-importance.”

      Loving the honesty. I’m hoping for the same.

  • blablacomputer

    I think this logo is great, very minimal and elegant, and you don’t have to be a “graphic design nerd” to see that.

  • The Destroyer

    The logo looks really clean, simplistic, and interesting. But that might be because I’m a “graphic design nerd.”

  • Lance

    Nothing wrong with a graphic design nerd! If it looked bad we would all be complaining about it.

    Really looking forward to this film. The thing about Nolan, he doesn’t make films to be enjoyed ironically. Too many wanna be cineaste hipsters can only enjoy a film if their irony bone is tickled.

    • lordjim

      so, how many directors actually do make films to be enjoyed ironically?

      • cb

        Whoever directed Mulholland Drive. I swear, that movie was a gigantic dick-slap in the face.

      • lordjim

        back then i had to watch it three times myself to find my way trough the maze and understand the plot (yes i do love david lynch), but i have to tell you – it sure as hell wasn´t ment ironic, it´s just not a very uplifting story.

  • TheRealBatman

    Jesus this guy is such a pretentious asshole. Fuck off and die quietly in a damp hole Goldberg. With love, mankind.

  • The_Morning_Line

    Got home a bit ago from seeing an early screening of Desolation of Smaug, and there is indeed a teaser (and I mean teaser) for Interstellar. I can confirm that corn is in it. Also, there’s a vertical version of the logo that fits quite nicely with the final shot in the teaser. The only space you get is at the end though, and it’s just a shot of a lot of stars. Still intrigued though.

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