When we walked out of the theater after seeing “Interstellar” this weekend, the first thing my mom said was, “OK, you’re going to have to explain that whole movie to me.” She enjoyed the movie, and understood the science, but the logistics of the plot got lost in a wormhole somewhere.
Thank goodness for designers! If, like my mom, you lost track of who was where when and why, designer Dogan Can Gundogdu (of Turkish design firm Frametale, which works with film production houses to create destruction sequences — can I have this job?) has created a streamlined, easy-to-read timeline illustrating the plot of “Interstellar.” Spoilers ahead, obviously. Keep reading »
Imagine how much coordination goes into Christopher Nolan’s movies. People are saying that Interstellar is the most expansive Nolan film yet. Go ahead and take a look at the full cast and crew on IMDB: It’s hundreds and hundreds of people who Nolan oversees and organizes.
Now realize this: Christopher Nolan doesn’t have an e-mail address.
What. Keep reading »
Matthew McConaughey sure is on a roll, isn’t he? The actor just won the Oscar for “Dallas Buyers Club” and is practically guaranteed an Emmy and a Golden Globe for his role on “True Detective,” not to mention blew critics away in ”Mud,” “Magic Mike,” and “Killer Joe” — so what’s next? Oh, just Christopher Nolan’s first post-Batman film, “Interstellar,” the trailer for which just dropped today. Dudes, I got chills. Astronaut Rust Cohle is going to save the Earth with science! [MTV]
Yesterday, we told you that Anne Hathaway will be trading in her beige sequins for black latex, playing Catwoman in “The Dark Knight Rises.” Anne seems like good fit to play Catwoman, whose unmasked name is (usually) Selina
Kitt Kyle. Since Anne will soon be the sixth actress to portray the iconic role, here’s a look back at the history of Catwoman, both on the page and the screen. Keep reading »