Take a trip to the furthest reaches of your mind – of your scientific understanding. What you don’t know about black holes and gravity waves will surface in the new release “Interstellar.”
The sci-fi movie, “Interstellar” takes us into space, on a journey into a wormhole and the final adventure into another dimension. “Interstellar” is based on physicist Kip Thorne’s theories of gravity. Based on the real science knowledge we have and the theories Thorne explores, we delve deep into the mind-bending territory of black holes, gravity waves and the unknown of space travel.
Thorne is a theoretical physicist, gravitational physicist and astrophysicist at Cal Tech. His theories of gravity and space combined with Einstein’s unproven hypotheses will be explored in the tale of a group of explorers who travel through space and time.
The film will be co-produced and distributed by two studios. Paramount Pictures is behind the domestic distribution and Warner Bros. Pictures will be distributing “Interstellar” internationally.
With names such as Steven Spielberg, Lynda Obst, Christopher Nola and Emma Thomas producing “Interstellar,” it seems there is something behind the film that will make it worth watching. Christopher Nolan (Inception, The Dark Knight Rises, The Dark Night, Batman Begins and Man of Steel) will be helming the new release.
Writing credits go to Jonathan Nolan for the screenplay of “Interstellar” and the story was penned by Kip Thorne. Music will be original for this film and is selected by John Williams.
It was announced recently that director Christopher Nolan will be merging an original idea with his brother Jonah Nolan’s script.
No cast has been selected yet but will be updated when more information is released.
A heroic interstellar voyage to the furthest borders of our scientific understanding.