All About Interstellar
Christopher Nolan has given some exceptional science-fiction movies to Hollywood. Mr. Nolan is one of the most innovative storytellers at work in movies today. Well, this time he is coming up with “Interstellar”, which is again a science-fiction movie which describes a journey to the frontiers of imagination.
“Interstellar” is the story of a group of people who make use of a recently discovered wormhole (also known as an Einstein-Rosen Bridge) to surpass the limitations on human space travel. Matthew McConaughey (as Cooper who is a widowed engineer), Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Bill Irwin and David Gyasi will appear in the lead roles. “Interstellar” literally means “between the stars”, and yes this movie features “space travelling”.
Mankind is in danger again?? Well, if you are bored of movies in which mankind is in danger or earth is threatened, and suddenly a group of people shows some courage to save the humanity; then this movie is surely not for you.
Strange but true; Nolan’s science-fiction movies are 60% based on scientific facts and 40% on possibilities. When you look back to movies like “Inception” or “The Prestige”, you can find him playing with scientific facts. “Inception”, though is inspired from a Japanese animated film “Paprika”, it utilizes the fact that there are people on earth who can control their dream/who are aware of the fact that they are in a dream while they are asleep. In “The Prestige” the presence of the legendary scientist “Nicola Tesla” itself revived the controversies related to his research program when he was at the peak of his career.
“Interstellar” yet again talks about “Wormhole”, a term whose concept was given by Sir Albert Einstein in his theory of general relativity. However, the scientists have no observational evidence for wormholes, but the equations given by Einstein have valid solutions that contain wormholes.
So, this is confirmed that Mr. Nolan is yet again coming up with something new in “Interstellar”.
Written jointly by “Jonathan Nolan” and Cristopher Nolan”, “Interstellar” will be distributed by Paramount Pictures in North America and by Warner Bros. Pictures in rest of the world.
Release date: November 6 and 7 2014 in UK and North America respectively.
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