WATCH: Latest Trailer for Christopher Nolan’s ‘Interstellar’

Intersteller Preview Matthew McConaughey

After bowing at Comic-Con last week, Paramount and Warner Bros. have released the latest trailer for Christopher Nolan’s “Interstellar.”

Pic stars Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain and follows a group of explorers who make use of a newly-discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage.

In the latest trailer, the footage mixes emotional moments between McConaughey and his family with large, epic shots of the galaxies and planets they explore.

Pic bows Nov. 7, 2014. Watch the trailer below:

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  1. Alan David says:

    Love Oscar winner Anne Hathaway (who did amazing as Catwoman; don’t agree? I don’t care because 90% of reviews agree with me), Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey, Oscar winner Michael Caine, and all the actors who are A-list.

    Going to be the film of the year!

  2. Jack Ripper says:

    Hey ELYSIUM/CONTACT Redux?? News Flash!! Jessica Chastain doesn’t play his wife…She’s his daughter grown up years later you dope…

  3. Christopher says:

    Love is the only thing that transcends time and space? Really? That line just guaranteed I’ll wait for this one to hit cable.

  4. Irf says:

    This looks like an expensive Christian film–you know, family man, crisis of faith, annoyingly teary kids, annoying Anne Hathaway–good grief.

  5. Jen says:

    I hope this inspires people and we can finally get off this rock!

  6. LOL says:

    Ugh, Hathaway over-emoting and Nolan over-directing makes me want to puke

    Americans love crap, and this irksomely earnest melodrama in space seems like it going to have them creaming in the aisles. Embarrassing.

  7. Petar Zabic says:

    love it. love it. love it

  8. harry georgatos says:

    Should be the movie event of the year along with Inherent Vice. There’s a time-travelling element to the movie so that should be interesting.

  9. Appears to have all the right ingredients for a heartfelt and visceral movie. I’m thinking 400M-600M gross worldwide in all media…

  10. rynalan says:

    Why do sites even attempt to host videos instead of linking to youtube? Every time ANY site does this, it takes forever to load (if it ever shows up). I suspect it has to do with advertising, but what it means is, I am leaving your site and not coming back.

  11. Mikesommers says:

    Looks pretty spectacular. I just hope Anne Hathaway doesn’t ruin it. For some reason, she’s just gotten really bad lately.

    • dylan says:

      You are such an idiot . You go on every blog writing about Anne Hathaway ruining a movie . Are you obsessed with Anne ? Get a life !

      • ELYSIUM/CONTACT Redux?? says:

        Well, Ms. Hathaway DOES have a tendency to scrunch up her face all the time. The question to ask is: why doesn’t Jessica Chastain – who is a far more versatile actor – go into space instead of Hathaway? Being relegated to “astronaut’s wife” role – as sci-fi film history has proven time and again – is never a good thing. But we’ll see in November.

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