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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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Is the Wired magazine a fairly common one to find at most places? Or, do we have to order it online? This December issue edited by Nolan looks to be great! Looks like it will be a nice collector's edition!

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So does Interstellar have sequel potential?,not that I'm in particular favor of it if they go ahead with one.

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Thanks for posting the introduction, Vesh.
dsus4gtr wrote:Is the Wired magazine a fairly common one to find at most places? Or, do we have to order it online? This December issue edited by Nolan looks to be great! Looks like it will be a nice collector's edition!
Being in Australia, I'm wondering that myself. I'm going to have to hit a news agency and see if they stock Wired (I got the Interstellar edition of Time a week or two ago, which was nice).

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yunglettits wrote: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.
I could be wrong, but when they first encounter NASA this is explained. Romilly starts saying that they have experienced gravitational issues for the past 50 years. The wormhole is one of them. Then Cooper says he once had an issue with his instruments 'above the Straights' or something. This is what is shown at the beginning.

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Amazing texts

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TehBatGetsBraked wrote:Anyone else think that moment when Coop is wiping off dust on the truck, and dust gets flung at Murphs face when he opens the door wasn't scripted lol
Same feelings.

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poplar wrote:
TehBatGetsBraked wrote:Anyone else think that moment when Coop is wiping off dust on the truck, and dust gets flung at Murphs face when he opens the door wasn't scripted lol
Same feelings.
2nd time watching the movie i noticed how naturalistic her gesture was. So maybe it was really unscripted.

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