Christopher Nolan’s ‘Interstellar’ – watch latest trailer

Matthew McConaughey prepares to boldly go with Anne Hathaway

A second feature length trailer for Christopher Nolan’s space epic Interstellar has been released online. Matthew McConaughey prepares to boldly go into another dimension with Anne Hatahway.

The Oscar-winning stars of The Texas Buyer’s Club and Les Miserables play Cooper and Brand. They’re part of a group of explorers tasked with using a newly discovered wormhole “to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage.”

The new trailer premiered at San Diego’s Comic-Con where McConaughey talked about working with Dark Knight trilogy director Nolan: “He’s always out for original. Everything he has to do, it has to be original.”


The actor explained that Nolan relies on his instincts and works fast: “I had no idea that Nolan did so few takes, and that astounds me, especially when it’s for a massive blockbuster.”

The films official synopsis tells us: “When the wormhole (which theoretically can connect widely-separated regions of spacetime) is discovered, explorers and scientists unite to embark on a voyage through it, transcending the limits of human space travel.

Among the travellers is widowed engineer Cooper (McConaughey) who has to decide to leave behind his two children to join the voyage to another galaxy with the goal of saving humanity.”

Also starring Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty), Casey Affleck (Gone Baby Gone), Michael Caine (The Dark Knight), David Oyelowo (Jack Reacher), John Lithgow (Dexter), Ellen Burstyn (Requiem for a Dream), Topher Grace (That 70s Show), Mackenzie Foy (Twilight) and Matt Damon (Elysium), Interstellar is in cinemas everywhere November 6th.,AAAAAC3bNtw~,c0hgCOyLwy4Lde_FJ6Ombu5W_uQUkX83&bctid=3705103632001


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