Official Director's Cut Thread

Christopher Nolan's 2014 grand scale science-fiction story about time and space, and the things that transcend them.
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10. A director's cut is coming.

In fact, it has been assembled and ready since last May, half a year before the film's release. No word on a release date, yet, of course, but it's definitely out there, somewhere in the infinite vastness of space and time.
Don't see much point given the film is already un-studio-tampered-and-director's-cut as it is, but if the IMAX platter limitation played too much in this, and this cut is more of an extended cut then...

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That would be wonderful but... how likely is it to be true?

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How reliable is Esquire?

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But, I'll believe it when I see it.

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Info is apparently (according to original Esquire UK post http://www.esquire.co.uk/culture/film-t ... now-about/) from the ‘Interstellar: Beyond Time and Space: Inside Christopher Nolan’s Sci-Fi Epic’ book...

What are the odds of Esquire misreading something...
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I want the fanatic cut - 5 hours at least.

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Wasn't Nolan asked about this recently? Didn't he say there were no deleted scenes?

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As i wrote on the general film thread , i dont believe it. It sounds completely random. Nolan is so affirmative about the theater experience , and he's going to release a different film on home video ? Sounds bullshit , like the tdkr rumors about a director's cut.
antovolk wrote:Info is apparently (according to original Esquire UK post http://www.esquire.co.uk/culture/film-t ... now-about/) from the ‘Interstellar: Beyond Time and Space: Inside Christopher Nolan’s Sci-Fi Epic’ book...

What are the odds of Esquire misreading something...

Wasn't it reported that Nolan cut the movie and showed it to the studio in May ? It's was a director's cut and assembled then...maybe this is what they misread :lol:

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Esquire misread it. I just checked my copy of Interstellar: Beyond Time and Space. Towards the end, there is a paragraph talking about how post-production was constantly ahead of schedule—mentioning that by May of 2014, "a director's cut had already been assembled". Clearly, this is referring to the final cut we have all seen.

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False alarm, then. :judge:

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