Interstellar, Christopher Nolan's upcoming film, now has an official poster and tagline released, with a new trailer right around the corner. While not exactly amazing by any means, the official poster is rather cool, and it reminds me of something by Steven Spielberg like Close Encounters of the Third Kind. What interests me is the tagline: "Mankind was born on Earth. It was never meant to die here." Now that is a cool tagline! While the first did little to catch my interest or attention, the current plot synopsis is that is about a team that goes through a newly discovered wormhole, and that concept is intriguing to me. Despite the concept being intriguing, Nolan will definitely have to do something special and original to prevent the movie from being Gravity combined with 2001, and more like Inception in space, which would be awesome. While the reviews for the film will decide whether or not I am going to see it in theaters, this new trailer will hopefully give us something to convince us that the movie is going to be worth watching, but without spoiling too much. Also, a trailer is reported to be released at some point in the near future with rumors suggesting that it is going to be in front of Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures’ Godzilla.
In short, I am cautiously optimistic about the movie, only because Inception is one of my favorite movies. What do you expect from Nolan's Interstellar? Please comment below and let me know.
Here is the previously released teaser trailer.
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