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New Trailer for Christopher Nolan's Interstellar

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Minsc
Phoenix Order
#1 - 2014-05-16 19:36:03 UTC
Just watched the trailer and saw something that looked very much like a WH in EVE. I wonder if Nolan is an EVE fan?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSWdZVtXT7E
Abrazzar
Vardaugas Family
#2 - 2014-05-16 19:37:28 UTC
Wormholes in EVE were modelled after what scientists assume a real wormhole would look like. So no surprise Nolan went for a similar effect.
Minsc
Phoenix Order
#3 - 2014-05-16 19:39:08 UTC
Abrazzar wrote:
Wormholes in EVE were modelled after what scientists assume a real wormhole would look like. So no surprise Nolan went for a similar effect.


I know but usually hollywood uses the more standard version that looks more like a vortex.
Schmata Bastanold
In Boobiez We Trust
#4 - 2014-05-16 19:58:52 UTC
Hmm, little too much "oh daddy daddy" kind of drama in that trailer for my taste so I won't keep my breath waiting for it. But wormhole bubble indeed looks like those in Eve.

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Thead Enco
Thunderwaffe
Goonswarm Federation
#5 - 2014-05-16 20:06:04 UTC
Schmata Bastanold wrote:
Hmm, little too much "oh daddy daddy" kind of drama in that trailer for my taste so I won't keep my breath waiting for it. But wormhole bubble indeed looks like those in Eve.


but it's Christopher Nolan
Harrison Tato
Yamato Holdings
#6 - 2014-05-16 21:01:51 UTC
Cool.
Unsuccessful At Everything
The Troll Bridge
#7 - 2014-05-16 21:03:42 UTC
Holy ****.

Im beating Doc to this...

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Krixtal Icefluxor
INLAND EMPIRE Galactic
#8 - 2014-05-16 21:14:00 UTC  |  Edited by: Krixtal Icefluxor
Welp, Nolan sure has thrown in his flag now with Spielberg (Steven was the original director in fact).

I don't know why this kind of movie cannot just start with them in space and getting on with it. Instead it looks to be the typical 60 minute start of all the "astronauts" life on Earth and all the DRAMA.........saying goodbye to people and all that yadda yadda.

I just seriously believe the SF movies they make now all have to follow the same model. Just give us a descent space movie.....in SPACE for God's sakes.

I really feel pandered to, in a way I don't want. I was enthusiatic about this film until now, but I'm going to wait on initial reviews before dismissing it utterly.

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Tippia
Sunshine and Lollipops
#9 - 2014-05-16 21:23:31 UTC
Abrazzar wrote:
Wormholes in EVE were modelled after what scientists assume a real wormhole would look like. So no surprise Nolan went for a similar effect.

Like so.
Nariya Kentaya
Ministry of War
Amarr Empire
#10 - 2014-05-16 22:18:51 UTC
Tippia wrote:
Abrazzar wrote:
Wormholes in EVE were modelled after what scientists assume a real wormhole would look like. So no surprise Nolan went for a similar effect.

Like so.

Things like this are why i love wormholes. theory, and space stuff in general.
Mr M
Sebiestor Tribe
#11 - 2014-05-16 22:57:00 UTC
Weird. It looked like Matthew McConaughey but he kept his shirt on.

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#12 - 2014-05-16 23:36:24 UTC
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#13 - 2014-05-17 00:52:30 UTC
Unsuccessful At Everything wrote:
Holy ****.

Im beating Doc to this...

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#14 - 2014-05-17 03:45:51 UTC
Krixtal Icefluxor wrote:
Welp, Nolan sure has thrown in his flag now with Spielberg (Steven was the original director in fact).

I don't know why this kind of movie cannot just start with them in space and getting on with it. Instead it looks to be the typical 60 minute start of all the "astronauts" life on Earth and all the DRAMA.........saying goodbye to people and all that yadda yadda.

I just seriously believe the SF movies they make now all have to follow the same model. Just give us a descent space movie.....in SPACE for God's sakes.

I really feel pandered to, in a way I don't want. I was enthusiatic about this film until now, but I'm going to wait on initial reviews before dismissing it utterly.


The truth is this...

Mankind's reach does not exceed it's grasp.

Most people are content to reach down to their groin, the most basic primitive urge to get a drug fix of orgasm chemicals injected into the brain. This need rules the very best, the very greatest of us as their most important aspirations in life. The very best of us, the very best among our species on the entire planet cannot advance past such basic simple primitive urges. The control and restraint simply isn't there yet...except in the very few.

Most people are content to be ruled by masters instead of mastering rule over their own instincts, their own primitive urges.

They happily dwell in the illusion of choosing a "representative" instead of desiring to represent themselves. Vote for issues themselves. A direct Democracy can never exist among a species so content to be ruled and live as slaves.

Nolan's film only extends as far as his vision does. Reproduction, raising children.

The space aspect is simply a side show to the drama.

This is our species at face value.




Krixtal Icefluxor
INLAND EMPIRE Galactic
#15 - 2014-05-17 12:45:03 UTC
Voight KampGaff wrote:
Krixtal Icefluxor wrote:
Welp, Nolan sure has thrown in his flag now with Spielberg (Steven was the original director in fact).

I don't know why this kind of movie cannot just start with them in space and getting on with it. Instead it looks to be the typical 60 minute start of all the "astronauts" life on Earth and all the DRAMA.........saying goodbye to people and all that yadda yadda.

I just seriously believe the SF movies they make now all have to follow the same model. Just give us a descent space movie.....in SPACE for God's sakes.

I really feel pandered to, in a way I don't want. I was enthusiatic about this film until now, but I'm going to wait on initial reviews before dismissing it utterly.


The truth is this...

Mankind's reach does not exceed it's grasp.

Most people are content to reach down to their groin, the most basic primitive urge to get a drug fix of orgasm chemicals injected into the brain. This need rules the very best, the very greatest of us as their most important aspirations in life. The very best of us, the very best among our species on the entire planet cannot advance past such basic simple primitive urges. The control and restraint simply isn't there yet...except in the very few.

Most people are content to be ruled by masters instead of mastering rule over their own instincts, their own primitive urges.

They happily dwell in the illusion of choosing a "representative" instead of desiring to represent themselves. Vote for issues themselves. A direct Democracy can never exist among a species so content to be ruled and live as slaves.

Nolan's film only extends as far as his vision does. Reproduction, raising children.

The space aspect is simply a side show to the drama.

This is our species at face value.



Huffing much glue lately ??

"He has mounted his hind-legs, and blown crass vapidities through the bowel of his neck."  - Ambrose Bierce on Oscar Wilde's Lecture in San Francisco 1882

Orla- King-Griffin
#16 - 2014-05-17 12:55:15 UTC
Krixtal Icefluxor wrote:

Huffing much glue lately ??

100mill on aerosols in his case.

Ah shite...

Antihrist Pripravnik
Scorpion Road Industry
#17 - 2014-05-17 14:39:43 UTC  |  Edited by: Antihrist Pripravnik
I just can't connect the music in the trailer with the contents of it because the only thing I'm thinking about when I hear this tune is "God is in the rain".
Gaellia Bonaventure
Imperial Shipment
Amarr Empire
#18 - 2014-05-19 22:21:17 UTC
Thead Enco wrote:


but it's Christopher Nolan


All the more reason to avoid it.

Bring your possibles.

Dorian Tormak
Rapid Withdrawal
Pen Is Out
#19 - 2014-05-20 01:20:57 UTC
Voight KampGaff wrote:
Krixtal Icefluxor wrote:
Welp, Nolan sure has thrown in his flag now with Spielberg (Steven was the original director in fact).

I don't know why this kind of movie cannot just start with them in space and getting on with it. Instead it looks to be the typical 60 minute start of all the "astronauts" life on Earth and all the DRAMA.........saying goodbye to people and all that yadda yadda.

I just seriously believe the SF movies they make now all have to follow the same model. Just give us a descent space movie.....in SPACE for God's sakes.

I really feel pandered to, in a way I don't want. I was enthusiatic about this film until now, but I'm going to wait on initial reviews before dismissing it utterly.


The truth is this...

Mankind's reach does not exceed it's grasp.

Most people are content to reach down to their groin, the most basic primitive urge to get a drug fix of orgasm chemicals injected into the brain. This need rules the very best, the very greatest of us as their most important aspirations in life. The very best of us, the very best among our species on the entire planet cannot advance past such basic simple primitive urges. The control and restraint simply isn't there yet...except in the very few.

Most people are content to be ruled by masters instead of mastering rule over their own instincts, their own primitive urges.

They happily dwell in the illusion of choosing a "representative" instead of desiring to represent themselves. Vote for issues themselves. A direct Democracy can never exist among a species so content to be ruled and live as slaves.

Nolan's film only extends as far as his vision does. Reproduction, raising children.

The space aspect is simply a side show to the drama.

This is our species at face value.





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Kyoko Sakoda
Achura-Waschi Exchange
Monyusaiya Industry Trade Group
#20 - 2014-05-20 01:50:24 UTC
Minsc wrote:
Abrazzar wrote:
Wormholes in EVE were modelled after what scientists assume a real wormhole would look like. So no surprise Nolan went for a similar effect.


I know but usually hollywood uses the more standard version that looks more like a vortex.


Which gives anyone who appreciates astronomy an aneurysm.
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