Posted: May 16 2014 11:54 AM By Kieran Dickson
The First Full Trailer For Interstellar Is Everything You Hoped It Would Be
Those who have already seen Godzilla will have already seen the first trailer for Christopher Nolan's Interstellar, but for those who are yet to see the Kaiju reboot, Warner Bros. have released the first full trailer for this year's most exciting sci-fi prospect.
Have a watch, let us know what you think. A bit different than you thought it would be, eh?
The trailer spends far more time focusing on the decay occurring across planet Earth than it does on the wormhole travelling, but that's just fine - there has to be something to look forward to right? It's clear already that, with Interstellar, McConaughey is going to get another chance to test his serious acting credentials on the big screen. He's not the cocky pilot he might once have played, but instead, he's a family man with a set of skills that could help save our planet.
What we did see of the wormhole effects were enough to convince us that Nolan is going to knock this one out of the park, visually that is. That shot of the spacecraft cruising past the rings of Saturn was just beautiful, and the spacecraft itself looks absolutely perfect. Blending a bleak vision of a future Earth with the colorful hope of interstellar travel is an exciting prospect, but it's unclear as to just how much action from the film will occur in space. We do know that Nolan has used IMAX cameras attached to Lear Jets to film some sequences, so whatever happens, we're in for a hefty dose of the spectacular.
One other surprise from the trailer was how little we saw of Oscar winners Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain. It's hard to imagine these guys playing a bit part in a movie by a director who is a big fan of placing highly talented actors in the most prominent positions possible.
If this trailer isn't enough to convince you that Interstellar is going to be worth a watch when it is release this November, the tag line should do.
"Man kind was born on Earth. It was never meant to die here."