Interstellar Opens with $50 Million at the Weekend Box-Office

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Estimates are in, and it appears that Interstellar has earned approximately $50 million this past weekend at the Box-Office. The film also opened two days early for limited 70mm IMAX, 35mm, and traditional 70mm formats, which adds an additional $2 million to the estimated gross since release, brining it to $52.15 million. The weekend gross is less than Nolan’s previous non-Batman release, Inception, which opened with $62.8 million, but was also released during the peak of Summer in 2010. Interstellar took in $13.4 million from IMAX theaters, which eclipses other November releases such as Skyfall and Catching Fire, with $12.6 million and $12.75 million respectively. That makes the IMAX total over a quarter of all earnings, which is an achievement for a film that pushed the premium format so extensively in marketing.

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Final Trailer for Interstellar Reveals Early IMAX Release on Nov. 5th

The fourth and final trailer for Interstellar was released this morning along side a technical specifications guide to the various projection formats. The trailer also confirms the early release in IMAX with screenings starting Tuesday, November 4th. Tickets are on sale now, so buy yours now for your Interstellar journey!

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UPDATED [AGAIN]: Four New Posters for Interstellar Debut Online

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Four new official posters for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar have debuted online this week. The first one in conjunction with a new, in-depth Empire magazine article, the second and fourth via Yahoo! Movies, and the third via Wired. The first poster features Matthew McConaughey roaming a frozen landscape, and a new, awesome tagline: The End of Earth Will Not Be the End of Us. The second features McConaughey and his on-screen daughter gazing at the stars from their desolate farm. The third, being promoted along with a new Interstellar game/app, features a spacecraft hurling through a blurred spacescape. And the fourth depicts a spacecraft landing in an unknown ocean, and features the tagline: Mankind’s Next Step Will Be Our Greatest. Check them all out below:

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