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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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Third Trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar Debuts Online



The third trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar has debuted online via the Official Site. It requires you to enter an access code. That access code is: 7201969. You might recognize that as shorthand for July 20, 1969, aka the date Apollo 11 landed on the moon. Above is an unofficial YouTube embed, but you can also head over to the Official Site to check out the trailer in all its glory!

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The Answer Lies Above Us on the New Interactive Interstellar Site

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The official website for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar received a major update today, boasting an all new layout and interactive imagery. Dark skies and a rural farm landscape stretch around us in all angles at the new InterstellarMovie.com. Right now the functionality and content seems limited, but the site feels primed for future additions and expansions coming soon. It also raises the question as to whether we’ll see any sort of viral marketing or other original creative content for this film. Head over to the Official Site to check it out for yourself.

by Teddy Blass
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