Christopher Nolan has wowed us with his “Batman” series, the mind-bender “Inception” and he’s set to do it again with the very secretive “Interstellar.” I say secretive because even though we’ve gotten a teaser trailer, we still don’t have an official synopsis. There aren’t many clues as to what the film will entail, except for humanity exploring (and colonizing?) outer space.
We have a bit more light on what could be happening in the film thanks to a new teaser poster. The poster doesn’t show a lot except for an evocative image of a rocket flying into the sky and the tagline, “Mankind was born on Earth. It was never meant to die here.” The tagline leaves a lot to the imagination–something tells me the film will have as much hope as it has a huge warning for humanity when it comes to treating outer space–and the planets therein–with more respect than we’ve given Earth.
Want to see the teaser poster for yourself? Check it out below the post. The poster itself reminds me a bit of old-school Spielberg movie posters, so it’s making me excited to see what Nolan’s got up his sleeve this time. Even more exciting is the fact that we haven’t gotten any news about the film apart from the trailer and poster. This must mean there is a ton of secretive information that will blow us all away. Learn more about “Interstellar” at its website and on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
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