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Christopher Nolan's 2014 grand scale science-fiction story about time and space, and the things that transcend them.
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Sky007 wrote:The AMC unlimited Interstellar viewings ticket is absolutely brilliant marketing. Bravo to whoever thought that up.
Except y'know there's no AMC close to like anywhere close to us. And I live in the USA.

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Bacon wrote:
Sky007 wrote:The AMC unlimited Interstellar viewings ticket is absolutely brilliant marketing. Bravo to whoever thought that up.
Except y'know there's no AMC close to like anywhere close to us. And I live in the USA.
That's not the point. Doesn't matter if it's even used. Wouldn't cost them anything. The point is that it is another piece of marketing. Every publication just had to write about it and it sends the message that people need to see it more than once. After two weeks most films are done with marketing. Nolan and co. just got even more publicity.

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When Doyle
died and then Nolan showed his lifeless bottom floating in the water with no music, no sound..
did anyone else get reminded of Sarah hanging lifelessly in The Prestige?

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CapMo wrote:Can someone send me that link, article or post page in which Chris Nolan mentions that Matthew Mcconaughey had pushed or grabbed him to show Chris his intensity and that he (Chris) apologized for it. it was a funny bit because Chris said him being English, he doesn't like to be touched.
I don't understand this statement. Why did Matthew McConaughey push and grab Chris? Does anyone have the full story?

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zonda wrote:
CapMo wrote:Can someone send me that link, article or post page in which Chris Nolan mentions that Matthew Mcconaughey had pushed or grabbed him to show Chris his intensity and that he (Chris) apologized for it. it was a funny bit because Chris said him being English, he doesn't like to be touched.
I don't understand this statement. Why did Matthew McConaughey push and grab Chris? Does anyone have the full story?
I think Matt was just getting buddy buddy with him or showing him what he'd do for a certain scene. Chris doesn't like being touched lol.

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Sky007 wrote:
zonda wrote:
CapMo wrote:Can someone send me that link, article or post page in which Chris Nolan mentions that Matthew Mcconaughey had pushed or grabbed him to show Chris his intensity and that he (Chris) apologized for it. it was a funny bit because Chris said him being English, he doesn't like to be touched.
I don't understand this statement. Why did Matthew McConaughey push and grab Chris? Does anyone have the full story?
I think Matt was just getting buddy buddy with him or showing him what he'd do for a certain scene. Chris doesn't like being touched lol.
That must be tough on Emma.

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Thanks guys. Also looking for the video source where McConaughey tells reporter a story that he and Chris had different ideas for a scene and had asked Chris, "One for you, one for me?" Chris then replied, "Absolutely not. we have to come like this." It was awesome.

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Nolan's introduction for his guest editor spot on Wired is spectacular. I love the way he writes.

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Vesh wrote:Nolan's introduction for his guest editor spot on Wired is spectacular. I love the way he writes.
It's out? Oh.

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Sorry if this has been discussed before as it's easy to miss stuff on this forum, but I'm curious about the
"Dreaming of the Crash" scene in the beginning of the movie where Cooper is flying in the Ranger and he wakes up to Murph whom asks if he had been dreaming of the crash. I feel like this scene is a lot more important than people make it out to be because it remains a mystery. For some reason I feel like this is the real final scene of the movie after Cooper and TARS leave the space station where they arrive on Edmund's planet. It could be a scene a little bit meaningless though where it's more like a flashback dream, where Cooper's crash took place before the events in this film. I feel like it's leaning more towards the latter but I'm not 100% sure and I've seen the movie 3 times so I just wanted to clarify since it's the only thing that I have a question about.

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