A batch of videos from ‘Interstellar” premiere made at the red carpet has surfaced, and you can watch them here:
Christopher Nolan — along with Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain — reveals secrets behind the year’s most mysterious film.
Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain joined Nolan for an exclusive Interstellar discussion, which is now available to watch in full.
In the video above, Nolan and his stars recount the costume malfunction that nearly resulted in Hathaway getting hypothermia, relive the mysterious first meeting between Nolan and McConaughey, and explain the film’s stunning visuals.
Anne attended today the “Interstellar” premiere held at the Odeon Leicester Square in London, England. She was joined at the event by her co-stars Jessica Chastain, Matthew McConaughey, Mackenzie Fox, Michael Caine, and Matthew’s wife Camila Alves.
Anne wore a Wes Gordon dress, Charlotte Olympia shoes, and Solange Azagury-Partridge jewels. Check over 300 HQ pics at the gallery:
Yesterday (28), Anne attended the opening of Maison Assouline as designer Valentino Garavani signed copies of his new book “Valentino: At The Emperors Table.” Check pictures:
We are LIVE STREAMING the European Premiere in 360 degrees. Those expected to attend include cast members Matthew McConnaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain and film-makers Christopher Nolan and Emma Thomas, amongst others.
The European Premiere of Christopher Nolan’s INTERSTELLAR takes place tomorrow night at 6pm (Wednesday 29th October) in London’s Leicester Square. You can join the live stream showing all the action from the red carpet including the world-first fully interactive 360 degree camera.
The 360 degree camera will give you a rotating screen so you can control the angle you watch, whilst the player will also give you the option to pose questions to the cast before and during the event via social media. [Flavourmag]
Last Sunday (26) Anne attended the Interstellar premiere at TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, Calif. She showed off her tousled bob and décolletage in a sexy Richard Nicoll slip dress that she complemented with a dangling backwards necklace (similar to the one she wore at the 2013 Oscars) along with a James Banks Design hand-chain bracelet created by someone very special to the actress—her husband Adam Shulman. “My husband designed my bracelet,” Hathway tells InStyle of the intricate accessory. “I love it.”
Over 400 HQ pictures has been added to the gallery:
Jessica, Anne Hathaway, Matthew McConaughey and Chris Nolan are on cover of The Hollywood Reporter, in a huge interview to promote Interstellar. Check related pictures below:
Two years ago, Christopher Nolan sat down with an unlikely collaborator on a new project. The collaborator was Kip Thorne, one of the most renowned theoretical physicists of the modern era — and also, improbably, the executive producer of the film Nolan badly wanted to direct.
The script, initially written by Nolan’s younger brother Jonathan (known as Jonah), was Interstellar. And over the following months and years, the two men — one, a daring director whose last seven movies, including Inception and The Dark Knight trilogy, grossed a collective $3.55 billion worldwide; the other, a pioneering scientist who specialized in such arcana as black holes, singularities and event horizons — would embark on an intellectual exploration as Nolan, 44, repeatedly met with Thorne, 74, to kick around ideas about time, space and the time-space continuum. In the process, they explored everything from questions about wormholes to whether it might be possible to go faster than the speed of light.
The result of all this work is an audacious, two-hour-and-47-minute drama that cost $165 million to make (Paramount, Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures split the budget; Paramount will release the film in the U.S., Warners will handle international) and is expected to contend in the best picture Oscar race. Interstellar opens Nov. 5 and follows more in the vein of mind-bending science fiction classics such as 1968’s 2001: A Space Odyssey than 1977’s Star Wars — both Nolan favorites.