INTERSTELLAR TV Spot Repurposes Old Trailer Footage to Remind You That This Movie Will Probably Be Good

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Warner Bros. has released a “new” Interstellar TV spot for writer/director Christopher Nolan’s upcoming sci-fi film.  The spot doesn’t actually contain any new footage, but instead just repurposes footage from the latest trailer in a new 60-second cut—and that’s fine by me.  Nolan usually does a fine job of keeping the major aspects of his films out of the trailers, but even The Dark Knight Rises wasn’t immune to WB’s need to show footage from the third act in the trailers leading up to its release.  Regardless, Interstellar certainly looks to be one hell of a moviegoing experience, and with this absolutely stacked cast onboard I can’t wait to see what Nolan has put together.

Hit the jump to watch the UK Interstellar TV spot for a reminder of just how good this movie looks.  The film stars Matthew McConaughey, Anne HathawayJessica ChastainCasey AffleckMichael Caine, David OyelowoWes BentleyJohn LithgowEllen BurstynTopher GraceDavid GyasiMackenzie FoyBill IrwinTimothée Chalamet, and Matt Damon.  Interstellar opens in traditional theaters and IMAX on November 7th.

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Interstellar TV Spot




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  • Stronger

    fucking overated movie. its going to be shit boring as hell and fucking suck.

    • Heytherebro

      ye, go back to the cave you stupid monkey! lol

    • HeyGuy246

      You are a sad pathetic excuse of a human being and I feel sorry for you. That little world of negativity you live in must be really hard. Waking up everyday, not being able to be positive about anything. Whats the point? you should probably go back into that cave you came out of, no one wants you around.
      Douche.
      (and for the record, while I am excited for this movie, I don’t think it will be the end all be all of blockbuster filmmaking. I just went out of my way to call you a piece of shit! :) )

    • xXXNOLANCHRISTxXx

      why u commenting on an article about a movie you think is overated, shit boring, and sucky? get off the computer for awhile man

      • cheesecake

        becuz they have an opinion and the internet is not just about sucking dick to the stuff u like it is about debating and having discussions u RODENT

      • Minh

        Lmao, you are so dumb. Re-read what Stronger says, you know he’s trying to have a debate. Idiot.

    • FakeNolanFans

      YES becuz the Nolan hype can be tested and THIS movie is a good test. There are no bad guys no action and no obvious popcorn appeal so all of the monkeys who hopped on the Dark knight 2008 band wagon are gonna have to prove their love with this one.

    • Nolanites

      I’m gay for Nolan !!!!

    • One of Nine

      Just reading this has now dropped my intelligence and took seconds of my life that I will never get back.

  • Mixed race rich kid NYC

    Looks pretentious
    I’ll wait for the critics and audience reaction
    I guess I’ll see it second week or whatever

    • Minh

      Lol okay idiot.

  • theseeker7

    I find it incredibly curious how they continue to display the cast list for this movie (be it here or any other site) with Matt Damon being last. I wonder, is he going to wind up just being sort of special cameo, like a 3rd act alien or something… ?

    • bidi

      yeah, i thought it was reported back when he joined the cast that he’s basically only in a couple scenes. it’s just a glorified cameo

  • Jef

    Oh Nolan, would it hurt to add just a bit of humor? Pretentious, overbearing, stiff, unbelievable, contrived, heavy handed, syrupy – and another try hard performance by MM.

    • Minh

      Yea….we need humor in a space travel movie. If there is no humor this movie automatically sucks, am I right? Enough with the pretentious comments about Nolan’s films. If you can’t understand them, they are obviously beyond you, half-wits.

      • Jamie Teller

        Nolan usually has his touches of dry humor–Tom Hardy in Inception was a particular source of this. So I wouldn’t worry.

  • Jamie Teller

    Okay, what is Hathaway’s line right near the end of the trailer? She says something, rather desperately, and McConaughey responds “Yes, you are”. And for the life of me, I can’t make out her line. Anyone?

    • yrulaughing418

      “I’m not gonna make it”

      • Jamie Teller

        Thank you.

      • Pernell Whitaker

        It’s actually “I’m constipated”.

      • LEM

        “We’re not gonna make out”

  • Hype

    This trailer reminds you that the movie will probably TEST the fanboys on their love for Nolan and not just them being hype followers from 2008 Joker and wall climbing inceotion …..this movie looks OKAY but nothing worth wetting yer pants over

  • MayClassic

    Anybody else not loving the cut-to-mute sound design? Like in the full-length trailer, it jarringly cut short the emotion that the music was effectively cultivating. I know they’re probably trying to mimic the idea of silence in space, but I feel like it oddly compromises the momentum of the spot.

  • Fritz

    I just can’t get excited about this one – not so sure why. Just seems a bit empty on the whole to me. Very much a Nolan fan due to many of his past efforts, but I can’t say that I’m swayed into thinking his next film will always top his last. I learned that lesson with TDKR. This site seems to host fans and haters with no middle ground either – he’s either the virtuoso that some feel he is to be, or complete shit. Neither is the case. He’s a very talented voice, makes great original work, but is subject to flaw like anyone else. Stanley Kubrick, he is not.

    • Neven

      For me it’s the exact opposite. While I really do love Nolan, he’s not the main reason I’m excited about this, but rather an icing on the cake. I’ve always been a huge fan of space exploration, NASA, both science fiction and real science, so when they announced that he’s making a movie about black holes, relativity, time, with philosphical commentary about human race’s technological evolvement and place in the universe, all wrapped up with an emotional family tale, It was like a dream come true for me. I can’t believe people are actually saying this looks boring or too dark… I mean, what?!

  • NORCALJR

    I’ll probably get a ton of hate on this one but why do people hate Nolan so much… In fact why do people hate people who become successful? Everything before The Dark Knight was considered a masterpiece everything after is considered pretensions, bland and too dark, and humorless.

    Makes me wonder what people would think of Stanley Kubrick if he was alive today?

    I’m not saying everything Nolan does is the greatest thing to touch the silver screen, but the guy thinks out of the box, he puts lots of emotion in his film, and he does things on such a large canvas. He reminds me of the directors of the 60s and 70s. I enjoy long movies, I love looking at beautiful images and quiet scenery.

    I’m sorry not every director wants to work for MARVEL, shoot digitally, and rehash the same film school quality material that everyone else wants to do. I don’t think there is a single motion picture out there that isn’t flawed but you have to admire the talent and the attention to detail and research he puts into every film.

    Tired of so many “film fans” trash talk every director who makes it big and goes out there and makes work that many people find enjoyable because otherwise he would not have the success he’s had. If you can do better please go out there and make YOUR film. Share with the world what great stories and ideas you have in your head.

    • Max Rockatansky

      Most people don’t Nolan. People hate his fan base. Nolan is getting shit on because of his annoying POS fanboys. Fanboys who think he can’t do no wrong. Any way I like Nolan but he can’t direct actions. This is the type of movie that’s right up his alley.

    • Pernell Whitaker

      Good comment my man. I definitely think if you aren’t a fan of the type of cinema you’ve described, it would be easy to find Nolan a little pretentious and self-indulgent. I loved Insomnia, Batman Begins and TDK. I liked Memento. I didn’t really like Prestige, Inception or TDKR at all – and because I didn’t enjoy them, I have to say I did find them really over-long and a bit smug, but that is par for the course if I didn’t enjoy it and it definitely didn’t make me think Nolan is shit, pretentious etc etc… Like you say, most importantly, like Tarantino, Fincher, Scorcesse and others, whether you enjoy his films or not at least he is a true auteur who wants to make films about something and with a distinctive voice and style. I used to enjoy Marvel movies, but I literally struggled to finish Thor 2 and Cap 2 – talk about the same old shit, was like watching episodes of a bad but expensive TV show.

    • https://twitter.com/dnwilliams dnwilliams

      It’s called backlash.

    • the king of comedy

      I guess I`m still a Nolan fan, he`s a great filmaker but he really messed up The Dark Knight Rises, and of course Nolanites became really anoying labeling Nolan as the next Kubrick and TDK as the greatest movie ever made and even started to treaten critics who didn`t like TDKR (whiout even seeing the movie by themselves first), ruining rotten tomatoes for everyone it seemed that even Nolan believed to be everything his fans tough of him and didn`t put any effort in TDKR, and tought that whatever he makes would pelase his fans, the result is the worst Nolan movie so far.

    • Rev

      I LOVE success stories, Kubrick is my favorite director, I think Nolan is basically Michael Bay without the humor, heart or ability to tell a compelling story.

      His tired and cold movies are the polar opposite of the films we saw in the 60s-70s. Nolan would be lost in the 70s. No way would he find success back then relying on gimmicks and trying to take Batman too seriously.

      • NORCALJR

        Batman, the story a kid who’s parents are murdered and grows up to fight crime in the darkest and most corrupt city of all time sure does sound like a fun campy story…I’m so sick of people saying Batman is too serious. He’s a glorified cop and that’s what Nolan made a crime drama. Also like every comic book out there, there are many versions of that super Heros universe.

        Yes, TDKR was weak, but all I’m saying is before Dark Knight everyone praised him, during INCEPTION to now he’s criticized to no end….and to compare him to Michael Bay?!? You must think M. Night Shymalan still makes good movies too?

      • NORCALJR

        Batman, the story a kid who’s parents are murdered and grows up to fight crime in the darkest and most corrupt city of all time sure does sound like a fun campy story…I’m so sick of people saying Batman is too serious. He’s a glorified cop and that’s what Nolan made a crime drama. Also like every comic book out there, there are many versions of that super Heros universe.

        Yes, TDKR was weak, but all I’m saying is before Dark Knight everyone praised him, during INCEPTION to now he’s criticized to no end….and to compare him to Michael Bay?!? You must think M. Night Shymalan still makes good movies too?

    • Rev

      I LOVE success stories, Kubrick is my favorite director, I think Nolan is basically Michael Bay without the humor, heart or ability to tell a compelling story.

      His tired and cold movies are the polar opposite of the films we saw in the 60s-70s. Nolan would be lost in the 70s. No way would he find success back then relying on gimmicks and trying to take Batman too seriously.

  • One of Nine

    “That This Movie Will Probably Be EPIC” Fixed that for you. :)

  • JCubs79

    Looking forward to this. It has potential to be the best film of the year. The only bad movie Nolan has made is TDKR so I’m excited.

    I’m really glad he used a ton of actual sets for filming.

    I wish the fanbase of Nolan wasn’t just a bunch of retards. He’s a good filmmaker.

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