Wow. PlayMID’s Porta Estel·lar is a trully stunning visual light show inside an old airplane fuselage. It mimics the concept of interstellar travel, “from departure and takeoff to the sighting of comets, planets, galaxies and alien worlds, until finally returning safe to earth.” Watch it, it’s a total trip (in every…
Just a few years ago, we were wondering where all the movies about outer space had gone. And now, we don’t have to wonder any more, because we’ve been getting a crop of fantastic new movies about astronauts, spaceships, and the joy of exploration.
Scientists in science fiction movies are often brimming with esoteric knowledge and incredible skills, but some of them... some of them are very poor decision makers. What is the most perplexing choice made by a fictional movie scientist?
I finally got to see Ant-Man recently, and something that happened in it made me sit back and think while I was driving home. Why did Ant-Man largely get a pass for this, while Interstellar was ridiculed for it? Some spoilers ahead.
Here in San Francisco, a member of the Board of Supervisors is taking a lot of political flak because she referenced wormholes in a recent speech.
Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar broke new ground in its scientifically accurate portrayal of black holes and wormholes. A scientific journal is now urging educators to feature the film in their classes when teaching such topics as general relativity.
The internet isn't done kicking around Interstellar, and this honest trailer has every single complaint about Chris Nolan's movies stuffed into one reasonably sized video. But it still manages to praise its "ambitious" beauty and what not.
Mucho tiempo después de su estreno, Interstellar sigue dando que hablar, para bien y para mal. Por su originalidad, por sus fallos, por su supuesta pretenciosidad. Por todo. La gente de Screen Junkies ha resumido muy bien en uno de sus "tráilers honestos" esa sensación de lo bueno y lo peor. Y el resultado es…
I love watching Honest Trailers' takedown of movies because they highlight actual problems, they're actually really funny and they have no sacred cows. They can skewer Michael Bay right next to burning down everyone's post-Dark Knight shrine to Chris Nolan. Here they are hilariously ripping up Interstellar.
Los robots de la película Interstellar sorprenden por muchos motivos. En primer lugar sorprende su peculiar diseño tan minimalista que casi parece inspirado en Minecraft. También es interesante la peculiar personalidad que muestran en el film. Este vídeo se adentra en las técnicas que los maestros en efectos…
Though I understand its problems, I still enjoyed the visual ride that was Interstellar. Still, the best thing about the movie might have been the TARS and CASE moving monolith robot machines. Here's a behind the scenes clip that shows how the practical effects of TARS and CASE were made and how they were controlled…
Interstellar es una de las mejores películas de ciencia-ficción de 2014, y también una de las más discutidas. La parte más polémica del film de Christopher Nolan es el final. El hermano del director, Jonathan Nolan explica en una reciente entrevista que el final original del film era completamente distinto.
The final act of Interstellar was a bit of mess, packed with feel-good mystical pseudoscience that was out of place in a sometimes glorious space opera. It turns out that ending was all director Christopher Nolan's idea and that Jonathan Nolan's original script called for a more straightforward—and darker—ending.
You've probably heard that the black hole in Interstellar was a simulation of unprecedented scientific accuracy. You may also have heard that its creation led to an "amazing scientific discovery" having to do with the shape of its accretion disk, which loops over and under its dark, central shadow. Neither of these…
If you're going to see Chris Nolan's Interstellar, you really should see it in IMAX just for the space porn. And now if you missed that chance, you're about to get another because the space crying epic is returning to the big screen.
Cuando Hollywood y la ciencia se encuentran, todo puede pasar. Bueno y malo. Interstellar fue el último gran ejemplo de esa fusión. Sabíamos que el film no era exactamente científico, pero sus creadores explican ahora por qué decidieron no simular un agujero negro de forma realista: demasiado confuso para Hollywood.
One of the many reasons why Interstellar was such a wonderful movie was that it used genuine scientific equations to show what happens in the vicinity of a black hole. But, just like the actors in front of the camera, it seems the black hole also got a little make up to make it more presentable for the big screen.
It's maybe not so weird that there's not been any merchandise for Interstellar yet. I mean, it's not really the sort of film that craves action figures. But if there were toys of the weird robots from the film, I'd buy them in an instant - or, as Redditor Espiffany did, build some!
One of the things that makes Interstellar look different from other recent space movies is the reliance on practical models instead of CG effects. But that gets tricky — especially in one crucial scene from the movie, where some delicate maneuvering required some equally delicate modelwork and camerawork.