This is NASA's idea for a warp drive spaceship, capable of interstellar travel. It's not a fantasy sci-fi ship but a concept based on the equations of Dr. Harold White—lead at NASA's Eagleworks Advanced Propulsion Physics Laboratory—who also works in ion engines and plasma thrusters.
At last we got to see the full trailer for Chris Nolan's Insterstellar. The drama seems centered around a worldwide food crisis fired by climate change and resource depletion—a quite probable future. The space travel part seems equally plausible, showing what may be the first realistic depiction of a real warp drive.
This simulation of a flight through the known universe shows "the real positions and images of the galaxies that have been mapped so far" according to the Galaxy and Mass Assembly catalogue.
I still think we should and will reach the stars, but today I'm forced to concede that using a theoretical "warp drive" might not be the best way to go: