Interstellar Script Discussion

Christopher Nolan's 2014 grand scale science-fiction story about time and space, and the things that transcend them.
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thrice wrote:can someone guess the runtime?
Most likely around 2 hour 30 mins.

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riddick-danish wrote:
thrice wrote:can someone guess the runtime?
Most likely around 2 hour 30 mins.
Ooooh right around the runtime of 2001: A Space Odyssey!

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FreakLikeMe wrote:
riddick-danish wrote:
thrice wrote:can someone guess the runtime?
Most likely around 2 hour 30 mins.
Ooooh right around the runtime of 2001: A Space Odyssey!
Do you really want this movie to be compared to 2001?

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MeLVaNoaTe wrote:
FreakLikeMe wrote:
Ooooh right around the runtime of 2001: A Space Odyssey!
Do you really want this movie to be compared to 2001?
No, but this'll be Nolan's magnum opus just as 2001 was Kubrick's.

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FreakLikeMe wrote:
MeLVaNoaTe wrote:
FreakLikeMe wrote:
Ooooh right around the runtime of 2001: A Space Odyssey!
Do you really want this movie to be compared to 2001?
No, but this'll be Nolan's magnum opus just as 2001 was Kubrick's.
God, please, let it be true :thumbup:

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poplar wrote:
God, please, let it be true :thumbup:
For me his magnum opus is The Dark Knight for now, but I think it'll change with Interstellar. I can feel it.

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For me it is Inception. And it's not easy for Interstellar to top it ( right now it doesn't).
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For me, the most brilliant, smartest and surprising was Prestige.

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Hey Nolan Fans,

I'm sure I'm not the first and won't be the last but I would love to get a hold of this screenplay. I'm an aspiring writer who uses blogs such as Scriptshadow and Get Into The Story to hone my skills to finally get the job of my dreams and get the stories out of my head and onto the page.

I've used Nolan Fans before when there was an extensive forum on spec and in-production scripts. It was awesome and I managed to score some gems. I have an extensive collection myself that includes the Black List 2012 (Transcendence, Ballad of Pablo Escobar, etc) and I'd be more than happy to help a brother out.

If anyone has any new scripts or anything from the spec market I would hi-five you to death for it! PM me if you can help.

Safe.

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masteryas wrote:Hey Nolan Fans,

I'm sure I'm not the first and won't be the last but I would love to get a hold of this screenplay. I'm an aspiring writer who uses blogs such as Scriptshadow and Get Into The Story to hone my skills to finally get the job of my dreams and get the stories out of my head and onto the page.

I've used Nolan Fans before when there was an extensive forum on spec and in-production scripts. It was awesome and I managed to score some gems. I have an extensive collection myself that includes the Black List 2012 (Transcendence, Ballad of Pablo Escobar, etc) and I'd be more than happy to help a brother out.

If anyone has any new scripts or anything from the spec market I would hi-five you to death for it! PM me if you can help.

Safe.
I simply can't sympathize with you.

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