It’s not long now until Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar appears in cinemas across the UK… and if you were on the fence, then this latest trailer might just change your mind.
In what’s likely to be our last official trailer before the release of Interstellar, we’re treated to a load of brand new footage… and an interesting question. How far would humanity go in order to save itself?
Matthew McConaughey stars as reluctant astronaut, Cooper in the upcoming sci-fi epic. He’s a man tasked with one vitally important mission – to save humanity. Resources are dwindling and Cooper is well aware that humanity won’t survive if they’re forced to remain on Earth. Choosing to head up the mission and leave his family behind, one thing is very clear from this new trailer… he’ll eventually have to choose between seeing his family again and saving the human race.
Joined by Anne Hathaway on the glorious expedition, this team of intrepid explorers heads outside of our solar system – even outside of our galaxy – in order to find a habitable planet. Using a recently-discovered wormhole, the mission is able to cover vast distances… but it’s soon apparent that there’s a bit of a problem.
Of course, Interstellar comes at a very interesting time. After all, humanity is becoming increasingly concerned with climate change and the state of global resources. Could this be an ominous peek into our own future?
If you weren’t impressed with previous trailers, this one packs an extra punch. Featuring some new scenes (including a colossal, mountain-like wave) it looks as though there’s plenty to get excited about.
But perhaps best of all, the trailer tagline confirms that Interstellar will appear in 70mm IMAX as well as 70mm film and 35mm film. And I can’t help thinking that with the stunning visuals we’ve seen so far, this movie will be best seen in IMAX. After all, I certainly won’t want to miss a single detail.
What do you think of the new Interstellar trailer? Are you excited for Christopher Nolan’s latest movie? Let us know what you think in the comments below…