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  1. For Christopher Nolan, Making ‘Interstellar’ Was A Childhood Dream : NPR

    "I got to do a lot of things in this film that I’ve been wanting to do since I was a kid," Nolan says. His new movie has explorers traveling through space to find a new home for humanity.

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  2. #30 – Interstellar – Settling the Score

    Some inexorable interdimensional force seems to have drawn Jon and Andy to talk about Hans Zimmer’s score for the 2014 outer space epic Interstellar. Why was a pipe organ such an unusual but apt choice for Zimmer? How does he sculpt tonal colors that range from quite delicate to maybe-too-loud? And, what would happen to this podcast if it fell into a black hole?

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  3. Interstellar spoilers: two critics review Christopher Nolan’s new movie

    On the Spoiler Special podcast, Slate critics discuss movies, the occasional TV show, and, once in a blue moon, another podcast, in full, spoiler-filled detail. Below, our film critic Dana Stevens talks with Forrest Wickman about Interstellar, Christopher Nolan’s new sci-fi epic. Was Nolan able to balance the intergalactic spectacle with the human drama? Are the characters human enough for us to care? Do we even fully understand what happens at the end of the movie?

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  4. Film Junk Podcast Episode 490: Interstellar

    Special guest Reed Farrington joins us to review Interstellar and to discuss the Star Wars Episode VII title plus we also talk 2010, The Rover, The Zero Theorem, For All Mankind, Orange County, A Most Wanted Man, Love Me If You Dare and Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways. (Spoiler Discussion starts at 2:44:20.)

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  5. Andy Weir and the eco-freindly time machine. | Surely You’re Joking

    Kevin and Owen meet up with best selling author Andy Weir to ask him about the upcoming movie adaptation of his book The Martian, directed by Ridley Scott and starring Matt Damon. Kevin and Andy debate thorium reactors, compare the scientific accuracy of The Martian and Interstellar, the ongoing Roche limit debate, eco-friendly time machines and Kevin convinces Andy that maybe love is a force that transcends time and space.

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  6. The problems with Interstellar by The Verge

    The problems with ‘Interstellar’

    It should go without saying, but the following contains a lot of spoilers. Stay on this page at your own risk. For a spoiler-free (or rather, a spoiler-lite) take on the film, check out our Interstellar review.

    Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar is absolutely gorgeous. Interstellar has strong performances and real tearjerking moments. Interstellar also has some pretty large issues and (potential) plot holes that unravel over the course of its nearly-three-hour runtime.

    Senior Editor Ross Miller, Reports Editor Josh Dzieza, and Science Reporter Arielle Duhaime-Ross sat down for a very special one-off audio podcast to discuss their thoughts on Interstellar and try to hash out some of the bigger issues.

    Ready? Let’s get into it.

    We’d love to hear your thoughts, too — please use this comment thread to discuss the movie. We’ll jump in, too! Note: Keep it constructive. We welcome disagreement but not attacks on writers.

    And if you need help keeping track of everything, here’s a gorgeous timeline infographic (Update: please note that the first stop on their trip was via wormhole, not black hole. Title is wrong, but everything otherwise looks about right. Thanks for the catch, Rican7!):

    Just in case you weren’t 100% when the credits rolled, here’s a graphic timeline of #interstellar

    — Remy Saint Denis (@remysaintdenis) November 10, 2014

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  7. /Filmcast - Interstellar

    David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. Be sure to read an analysis of The Force Awakens, learn what’s wrong with Interstellar nitpicking pieces, read a sobering take on the economics of movie reviews and check out David’s new Youtube page (and his cover of “Time” from Inception). Special guest Matt Singer joins us from ScreenCrush.


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