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Matthew McConaughey Holds A Lunar Lander In First Image From Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar'

by Kevin Jagernauth
May 8, 2014 1:41 PM
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As we (impatiently) wait for the new trailer for Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" that's currently only playing in Washington, D.C., producer Emma Thomas teases what it will all mean. "The trailer highlights a line of dialogue from the film; 'Mankind was born on Earth; it was never meant to die here," producer Emma Thomas tells EW. "It emphasizes…mankind's destiny in the universe."

Something to consider as the print version of the magazine has unveiled the first image from the movie (via IMDb). As usual, it leaves us with more questions than answers with Matthew McConaughey holding a Lunar Lander and looking deep in thought. We do know the movie will involve time and black holes and relativity, but how it all plays out Nolan will likely keep close to the vest until he's damn well ready to show it off. And he's got time with the highly anticipated film not due to drop until this fall.

So, take a look below, which contains a few more details. And get ready to lift off on November 7th.


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  • lee | May 8, 2014 4:17 PMReply

    OMG that's such a dull image, not dissing the film but how about we wait for something exciting before getting excited.

  • az | May 10, 2014 6:42 PM

    why do people in the comments always use contrarian as a kind of definitive insult to differing opinion. It's tacky, treats film like social politics when we're talking art, just defend your passion, no need to summon an army.

  • JC | May 9, 2014 7:35 PM

    Dark Knight Rises has 88% (266/38) Critics and 90% (1.76 mln people) rating on RT. it hardly confirms your subjective, contrarian opinion that TDKR was 'awful'.

  • Pete | May 8, 2014 11:28 PM

    Exactly. Dark Knight Rises was awful. How these people continue to hype Nolan movies without any clue of what it's about is beyond ridiculous.

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