Interstellar: first teaser poster

Poster Ryan Lambie 6 May 2014 - 20:09

Christopher Nolan's Interstellar gets a first poster. Gaze on its starry wondrousness within...

You can't fault Christopher Nolan's ability to whip up an aura of intrigue around the smallest shreds of information. The first teaser trailer for his next film, Interstellar, was even more teasing than we'd expected: less than two minutes of Matthew McConaughey talking and driving, interspersed with footage of wheat fields, faster-than-sound flight and cheering onlookers.

Interstellar's only six months away, and what do we really know about it? That it's a science fiction film about wormholes, and that it has an all-star cast including Anne Hathaway, Michael Caine, Casey Affleck, John Lithgow and Jessica Chastain as well as the poetic musings of Mr McConaughey.

The first teaser poster keeps up the sense of wonder and intrigue; since it appeared a short while ago, the names 'Spielberg' and 'E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial' have popped up on Twitter, and it's easy to see why. We're hoping the final film evokes the same sense of cosmic mystery.

Interstellar is out in UK cinemas on the 7th November. 

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looking forward to this :)

terrible tagline

It's got that "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" feel about it. Love it. This is going to be the first movie I went to a theater to watch in 7 years.

I like it, personally.

Blimey, I must be tired, I thought that said it was a science fiction film about Wombles!

a sci-fi Wombles movie...I'm in!

Sexiest poster I've ever seen. And that includes the Farrah Fawcett one.

Wonder how well this'll translate to landscape, pretty much 90% of the posters my cinema uses. Looks awesome but we'll hardly have any up for that reason

Theres a fatwa banning Muslims from going into space if they don't expect to return to die on Earth (Its effectively suicide).

I have no problem with that idea.

That tagline seems a bit grammatically awkward. Or maybe it's just me? In any case, I'm very excited about this film! It could be even better than Inception.

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