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RELEASE DATE: NOV. 7, 2014

http://thefilmstage.com/news/christopher-nolans-next-project-is-sci-fi-picture-interstellar-scripted-by-jonathan-nolan/

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What was, at one point, the night’s huge announcement compels you to make a dumb tweet, and then it all comes back around. Just not how you expected.

The year’s biggest film news (har har) has come from THR, who inform us that Christopher Nolan will follow his Dark Knight trilogy with a different king of spectacle: Interstellar, a “complex and multi-layered” sci-fi picture scripted by his brother, Jonathan, that had been eyed by Steven Spielberg in years past. It’s also been with Paramount and producer Lynda Obst this whole time, but with the director’s own Syncopy coming on to produce, Warner Bros. are, too, getting in on the business side of things. (The Beard may still produce, a prospect which isn’t hurt by Robopocalypse‘s sudden halt.)

While any plot outline remains opaque, news has pointed toward a story centered on “explorers [who] travel through a wormhole,” with conceits such as alternate dimensions and time travel managing to work their way in — probably so that “complex and multi-layered” tag can earn its keep. When much of it stems from theories developed by a Caltech physicist, Kip Thorne, you’d hope this can be more than just another big-scale blockbuster.
Having attracted Spielberg and, now, Nolan, my feeble ambitions don’t feel too silly. Fans of the director, myself included, are sure to be happy with the news; something of greater weight, information-wise, would be nice, but that’s to come later. Right now, just enjoy the prospect of what one of Hollywood’s best craftsmen has up next.

Oh, also? Interstellar could have a role for Michael Caine. Not that you’re surprised.


March 8
http://thefilmstage.com/news/christopher-nolans-sci-fi-epic-interstellar-grabs-late-2014-release-date/

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After putting Batman to rest with The Dark Knight Rises (at least for the time being), the bombshell was dropped early this year when Christopher Nolan announced his next project. Heading back into original territory, he confirmed that his next film would be the sci-fi epic Interstellar, and now we know when we’ll be able to see it.

Revealed in a press release today, Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros Pictures have announced they are teaming up for the production of the film, with the former studio releasing the project stateside and the latter handling international rights. The big news, however, is that the film will be released in regular theaters and IMAX on November 7th, 2014, where it will go up against a mysterious Disney animated project, and then have some competition with The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 hitting two weeks later.

Originally set for Steven Spielberg, the project “depicting a heroic interstellar voyage to the furthest borders of our scientific understanding,” is described as a “complex and multi-layered” sci-fi picture that follows “explorers [who] travel through a wormhole,” with conceits such as alternate dimensions and time travel working their way in. His brother Jonathan Nolan, delivered the original script, based on theories developed by Caltech physicist Kip Thorne. The Inception director then took his brother’s draft and merged his own ideas into it. That’s not the only Nolan project in 2014 though, as his DP Wally Pfister will also be releasing his directorial debut Transcendence in April, which Nolan is producing.

Have you called off work yet to see Interstellar?


March 28
http://thefilmstage.com/news/christopher-nolan-wants-matthew-mcconaughey-to-lead-his-sci-fi-epic-interstellar/

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Few, if any, actors have had a better last few years than Matthew McConaughey. Continually tied to the latest romantic comedy, the actor began to pick up more and more intriguing projects and 2012 saw an impressive culmination of his work with Bernie, Killer Joe, Magic Mike, as well as the premiere of Mud, which is set to bow next month. While he recently finished shooting The Wolf of Wall Street with Martin Scorsese, as well as the AIDS drama Dallas Buyers Club, the actor is being courted for what would easily be his biggest project yet.

Christopher Nolan recently bagged a late 2014 release date for his sci-fi film Interstellar and now the next process in development is underway with casting. According to Deadline, The Dark Knight Rises director has his sights set on Matthew McConaughey to lead the film as a character named Cooper. Having offered hime the role, no deal has been made, but we’d be surprised if he turned this one down.

We’ll let you know as soon as more details roll in, but we currently know this is a film that was originally set for Steven Spielberg and the story “depicts a heroic interstellar voyage to the furthest borders of our scientific understanding.” It is described as a “complex and multi-layered” sci-fi picture that follows “explorers [who] travel through a wormhole,” with conceits such as alternate dimensions and time travel working their way in. His brother Jonathan Nolan, delivered the original script, based on theories developed by Caltech physicist Kip Thorne, then the Inception director then took his brother’s draft and merged his own ideas into it.

Interstellar hits regular theaters and IMAX on November 7th, 2014.

Would you like to see McConaughey lead this project?

April 1st

http://www.nolanfans.com/2013/04/01/channing-tatum-cast-in-interstellar-supporting-role-2/

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Channing Tatum Cast In Interstellar Supporting Role

In another surprising casting announcement, Paramount Pictures. announced today via press release that Christopher Nolan has cast Channing Tatum in supporting role for his upcoming film Interstellar. While the details are light, the announcement names Tatum’s character as a young scientist still in grad school, and who is also a star pupil of Matthew McConaughey’s Dr. Cooper, an Astrophysics professor. The press release confirms that the two Magic Mike co-stars will be reuniting on screen, though there is no telling if their roles in Interstellar will require them to be shirtless this time around.

BURBANK, CA, – Paramount Pictures announced today that Channing Tatum has been cast as a young graduate student in Christopher Nolan’s “Insterstellar.” He will be starring alongside Matthew McConaughey, who will play the lead role of Dr. Cooper, an acclaimed Astrophysicist.

Christopher Nolan stated, “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Channing Tatum. I believe he is a raising star in cinema, and I think he’s a perfect addition to our cast.”

Nolan will direct the film from a screenplay he wrote with Jonathan Nolan. Nolan will also produce the film with his longtime producing partner, Emma Thomas, and Lynda Obst.

“Insterstellar” is slated for release on November 7, 2014. The film will be distributed domestically by Paramount Pictures, a subsidiary of Viacom, and internationally by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.
- Paramount Pictures

It is also believed that Steven Soderbergh (Side Effects, Magic Mike) played a large role in both casting decisions. In the early 2000′s, he was a vocal supporter of Christopher Nolan, and was a critical part in getting Nolan the directing gig for Insomnia, which he produced. Now, Soderbergh is a vocal supporter of Channing Tatum, having cast him in 3 of his films. In a recent interview, Soderbergh revealed that he has lunch with Nolan once a year. It appears this year the topic included two shirtless studs.

The press release reveals the part as that of a student, which I personally believe to a good role for Tatum, as long as he’s not stripping to pay tuition. And I also believe Nolan is right when he mentions the young actor as being a rising star. There is no denying Channing Tatum’s increasing viability as a serious actor. He’s been garnering attention and positive reviews for his recent performances, and was recently cast in a starring role in the upcoming Wachowski’s film Jupiter Ascending. When reached for comment, Emma Thomas had the following to say:

Chris and I found Channing’s performances in “Haywire” and “Side Effects” to be captivating and noteworthy. And while I cannot speak for Chris on this, his performance in “Magic Mike” was quite eye-catching.
- Emma Thomas

Interstellar will be travel into IMAX and regular theaters November 7, 2014. What do you think of this casting announcement?

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http://thefilmstage.com/news/anne-hathaway-reteams-with-christopher-nolan-for-interstellar/

Anne Hathaway reteams with Christopher Nolan for "Interstellar"

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With the casting of Matthew McConaughey in Christopher Nolan’s upcoming sci-fi blockbuster Interstellar, we remarked how the director was stepping outside his usual comfort zone of reteaming with frequent collaborators, but it seems we spoke to soon. News has landed that one of his actresses in The Dark Knight Rises, and easily one of the best elements in that blockbuster, is getting back into business with the helmer for his next film.

Anne Hathaway is closing a deal to join the the project, according to Deadline. As usual, there is no details on her role, but this will mark her first production after an Oscar win for Les Misérables. Hathaway was also previously set to star in Robopocalypse, which she would have been filming now if the project hadn’t been halted, but instead she will lead this former Steven Spielberg sci-fi film.

The story “depicts a heroic interstellar voyage to the furthest borders of our scientific understanding.” It is described as a “complex and multi-layered” sci-fi picture that follows “explorers [who] travel through a wormhole,” with conceits such as alternate dimensions and time travel working their way in. His brother Jonathan Nolan delivered the original script, based on theories developed by Caltech physicist Kip Thorne, then the Inception director then took his brother’s draft and merged his own ideas into it.

Interstellar begins production this summer and then hits regular theaters and IMAX on November 7th, 2014.
Are you looking forward to seeing Hathaway and Nolan back together?

Last week of April 2013

http://thefilmstage.com/news/tinker-tailor-soldier-spy-cinematographer-will-shoot-interstellar-for-christopher-nolan/

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Although they’ve worked together since Memento, cinematographer Wally Pfister has perhaps the strongest reason imaginable to break away from Christopher Nolan, as he’ll be shooting his directorial debut Transcendence next month. With Nolan now prepping his next work, the sci-fi feature Interstellar, for a summer shoot, many wondered who would take the reigns behind the camera.

An answer has now arrived, as Film Abides (via Nolan Fans) report that Hoyte Van Hoytema has been recruited for the gig. While the name will be unfamiliar to many, he’s the man who helped to give us the stunning images in Tomas Alfredson‘s Let the Right One In and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, as well as David O. Russell‘s The Fighter. His work can also be seen in Spike Jonze‘s Her later this year, and it’s hard to think of a better fit for Nolan’s style than Hoytema, who will be employing the use of IMAX cameras for the first time in his career.

Little is known about Nolan’s next film, but it’s been revealed that the story “depicts a heroic interstellar voyage to the furthest borders of our scientific understanding.” It is described as a “complex and multi-layered” sci-fi picture that follows “explorers [who] travel through a wormhole,” with conceits such as alternate dimensions and time travel working their way in. Starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway, the former actor recently sat down with Coming Soon to talk a bit about the galaxy he’ll be occupying in the film, and cleverly avoiding pretty much any details on his role in Nolan’s film. When asked about the project, his answer can be read below.


“I don’t know because I really haven’t dug down and got into it, but the one one-liner I got out of the ‘Contact’ experience –and three hours I got to spend with Carl Sagan- was ‘God’s backyard is a lot bigger than I thought.’ I always used to say, ‘I’d rather be a sailor than an astronaut,’ because if you go over the same land that man has gone over before it’s still the first time because its through your eyes the first time. This is… you’re talking about astronaut stuff, you’re talking about galaxies, you’re talking about new frontiers completely. First time by ANY man stuff.

“That is much more of an aspect I can realize and get my head around, but it doesn’t seem that far. It’s that same thing when you’re a kid, your neighborhood is as far as you can go. Then you grow older it’s your county, your city, your state, your nation and then all of a sudden continents become part of your backyard. Then as you get older you go, ‘Well the moon’s just a chip shot away too.’ Then you wonder what’s in our solar system, it’s just one solar system. How many solar systems make up the universe. How many universes are there. Its an idea I can’t scientifically lay out to you, but it started off when Galileo said, ‘The world’s not flat.’ Then the other man went, ‘Yes it is!’

“It’s very interesting, I’ve met people in the last year that walk this Earth that argued with me that the world is still flat. I’ve met some people when I was in Africa and I had a wonderful discussion with them. In 2010 to be in an African desert having a conversation with some men laughing at you saying if you walk that way a long, long, long, long time you’ll come up over here, they thought that was the funniest joke in the world. They were like, ‘If you walk that way a long time you go boom, bye bye, fall off.’”

Interstellar begins production this summer and then hits regular theaters and IMAX on November 7th, 2014.


May 2nd

http://thefilmstage.com/news/jessica-chastain-heads-to-space-for-christopher-nolans-interstellar/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

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After a spree of roles, from The Tree of Life to Zero Dark Thirty, Jessica Chastain is now weighing her options a little more carefully, being one of the most sought-after actresses in Hollywood. Before jumping back into horror with Guillermo del Toro‘s Crimson Peak next year, she’s now eying her next role and it’s easily her biggest one yet.

According to Deadline, the actress is set to join Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway in Christopher Nolan‘s Interstellar. With the two aforementioned actors taking the top leads, Chastain will take the third lead role if negotiations go through.

Little is known about Nolan’s next film, but it’s been revealed that the story “depicts a heroic interstellar voyage to the furthest borders of our scientific understanding.” It is described as a “complex and multi-layered” sci-fi picture that follows “explorers [who] travel through a wormhole,” with conceits such as alternate dimensions and time travel working their way in.

Shooting, with the help of cinematographer Hoyte Van Hoytema, will commence this summer for a November 7th, 2014 release.


May 3rd

http://www.nolanfans.com/2013/05/03/michael-caine-not-too-surprisingly-joins-interstellar/

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It is out of complete respect and appreciation for Michael Caine that we write this fairly unsurprising announcement that the legendary British actor is the latest to join the cast of Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. Deadline broke the story about the Oscar winner reuniting with Christopher Nolan for their sixth project together. Last year Caine teased about already being cast in the film before it was even announced, as both Caine and Nolan have joked about how the actor is Nolan’s good luck charm. Michael Caine joins the increasingly impressive cast of Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, and Jessica Chastain. Interstellar hits theaters and IMAX next November.


June 2nd

http://www.nolanfans.com/2013/06/02/hans-zimmer-is-already-writing-for-christopher-nolans-interstellar/

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Perhaps less surprising than when it was revealed Michael Caine was joining the cast, our friends at Collider revealed this weekend that Hans Zimmer will be scoring Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. Zimmer started working with Nolan in 2005 when he co-scored Batman Begins with James Newton Howard. Nolan’s next film, The Prestige, featured a score by David Julyan, a friend of Christopher’s who scored the director’s previous films. But in 2010 Christopher Nolan chose Hans Zimmer to score Inception, solidifying the working relationship between the two. Their collaboration proved so successful that James Newton Howard gracefully chose not to return for The Dark Knight Rises because he wanted Zimmer and Nolan to continue growing together.



June 6

http://www.nolanfans.com/2013/06/06/bill-irwin-reuniting-with-anne-hathaway-in-christopher-nolans-interstellar/

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TheWrap is reporting that Christopher Nolan has recruited veteran character actor Bill Irwin to the cast of Interstellar. Irwin most notably received acclaim for his role in Rachel Getting Married, in which he played the father of upcoming co-star Anne Hathaway. He is also known for his roles in the films How The Grinch Stole Christmas and Lady in the Water, as well as for his repeat appearances on TV shows like Sesame Street and CSI. As usual, not much is known about Irwin’s character, or the film in general. Interstellar will feature a story based off a script by Jonathan Nolan that has been merged with one of Christopher’s own original ideas. For more on the exclusive story, head over to TheWrap.


June 21

http://www.nolanfans.com/2013/06/21/casey-affleck-reveals-hes-in-christopher-nolans-interstellar/

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Buried away at the bottom of a recent Elle magazine interview is evidence that Casey Affleck is the latest addition to the cast of Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. The fashion magazine caught up with the star last night at the premiere of Ain’t Them Bodies Saints. When the magazine asked Affleck about what else he is working on, the actor answered that he is “going to work on a Chris Nolan movie in the fall.”


July 15

http://www.nolanfans.com/2013/07/15/ellen-burstyn-timothee-chalamet-and-mackenzie-foy-join-interstellar-cast/

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A lot of the major roles in Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar started to fill up over the past several months, but now we’re starting to get word about some of the other supporting roles that will be filling out the film. The Wrap (via Interstellar-Movie.com) reported early today that Oscar winner Ellen Burstyn will be joining the already stellar cast. Burstyn, who won the Academy Award for her leading role in Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, is likely best known for her roles in The Exorcist and Requiem for a Dream. Much like the rest of the casting, her role is being kept secretive.


July 16

http://www.nolanfans.com/2013/07/16/john-lithgow-is-the-latest-addition-to-christopher-nolans-interstellar/

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Following yesterday’s news of three new cast members is yet another addition to Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar: John Lithgow. The Wrap is reporting that Lithgow, recent Emmy and a Golden Globe winner from Dexter, has signed on to the project. The character actor is often recognized for his comedic roles, last year starring in This Is 40 and The Campaign, but lately has been getting praised for his dramatic ones. He can next be seen in Tommy Lee Jones’ The Homesman.


Lithgow is a two time Academy Award nominee, and has won five Emmy Awards, two Tony Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, as well as an American Comedy Award. Lithgow fIlls out what appears to be Nolan’s most American cast yet; joining Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Casey Affleck, Bill Irwin, Ellen Burstyn, Mackenzie Foy, and Timothee Chalamet. The real exception being Nolan’s good-luck charm: Michael Caine.

Interstellar is set to go into production next month in Canada, and will journey into theaters and IMAX on November 7, 2014.


July 23

http://www.nolanfans.com/2013/07/23/christopher-nolans-interstellar-adds-topher-grace-to-the-roster/

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Topher Grace is in talks for a supporting role in Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, according to Deadline. The That 70s Show star most recently appeared in The Calling, and can next be seen in an upcoming romantic comedy titled A Many Splintered Thing. For those of you playing along; Grace is yet another American actor joining Nolan’s predominately American cast.


July 25

http://www.nolanfans.com/2013/07/25/wes-bentley-fills-the-final-vacant-role-in-christopher-nolans-interstellar/

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Wes Bentley is in final negotiations to fill the last vacant spot in Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Bentley, perhaps best known for his roles in American Beauty and The Hunger Games, starred in 8 films last year. He most recently nabbed the lead role Ryan Murphy’s new pilot, titled Open, for HBO.

Bentley joins Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Michael Caine, Casey Affleck, Bill Irwin, Ellen Burstyn, Mackenzie Foy, Timothee Chalamet, John Lithgow, and Topher Grace in the mainly American cast. Earlier this week I brought up the apparent lack of diversity in the cast, and this recent announcement only furthers the discussion. Give us your thoughts on the cast by leaving a reply in the comments below! Interstellar travels into theaters and IMAX on November 7, 2014.


July 30

http://www.nolanfans.com/2013/07/30/david-oyelowo-and-david-gyasi-join-the-cast-of-interstellar/

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According to TheWrap, David Oyelowo and David Gyasi have joined the cast of Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. Oyelowo, who starred in Lincoln and Rise of the Planet of the Apes, recently played opposite of Interstellar lead Matthew McConaughey in Lee Daniels’ The Paperboy. Meanwhile, Gyasi worked with Nolan on The Dark Knight Rises, and has recently appeared on The Walking Dead and Doctor Who, in addition to playing multiple roles in last year’s Cloud Atlas


August 2

http://www.nolanfans.com/2013/08/02/christopher-nolan-taps-game-of-thrones-actor-elyes-gabel-for-interstellar-cast/

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British actor Elyes Gabel has been cast in Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, according to an exclusive report from TheWrap. Gabel recently appeared in World War Z and Welcome to the Punch, but is probably best known as Rakharo on HBO’s Game of Thrones.

Interstellar goes into production next week in Alberta, Canada. Read more over at TheWrap.


August 21

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