Anne Hathaway and Interstellar casts are featured on Entertainment Weekly magazine October 2014 issue
Anne Hathaway admitted that she has traction “to move at one” with them, and though her husband was in a relationship after they first met, so she did not approach him for a while. that is his current stand corrected, she created another meeting.
“I was in L.A. after I met him. i was told he had a girlfriend, and i backed off as a result of i am not that woman. Then after I observed six weeks later that he did not have a girlfriend, I was like, ‘We ought to throw a celebration. we should invite Adam.’ ”
“From the very 1st second we knew it was a very powerful and exciting connection we had. “And it simply gets higher. there is not any pushing him around however he is so light and gift.”
Anne Hathaway feature on Harper’s Bazaar magazine’s November 2014 Daring issue with her exclusive interview inside! check out Harpersbazaar.com
View Anne Hathaway’s Interstellar IMAX Trailer.
With our time on Earth coming to an end, a team of explorers undertakes the most important mission in human history; traveling beyond this galaxy to discover whether mankind has a future among the stars.
Metro.co.uk list 7 reasons why we can’t wait for ‘Interstellar’!
1. The director
Christopher Nolan has a filmography stacked full of quality with the likes of Memento, Inception and The Dark Knight Trilogy. He knows how to make a good movie and he always manages to get great performances out of the actors he directs.
2. The cast
Interstellar has such an amazing cast, it features: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Wes Bentley, Casey Affleck, Ellen Burstyn, Topher Grace, John Lithgow and Nolan favourite, Michael Caine. I can’t wait to see the magic they will create working together.
3. The cinematography
Nolan’s movies always look good. He works with cinematographers that bring their ‘A’ game and that give the audience a visual treat. The shots we see in the trailer of landscapes, spacescapes, dust storms and spaceship interiors are proof that this movie will not be the exception to the rule and that we should have some luscious cinematography to look forward to.
4. It is in space
A lot of the movie seems to be set in space, and as we all know, things are always better in space.
5. The writing
Christopher Nolan and his brother Jonathan Nolan know how to tell a story. They supplied twists, turns and magic in The Prestige, left audiences questioning whether Leonardo DiCaprio was still dreaming at the end of Inception (who hasn’t argued with a friend over that particular film ending?), and they raised the bar when it came to making superhero films by telling a dark, detailed story with plenty of guts and riveting action.
This time they are taking their story to space and trying to save mankind, and based on the quality of their previous collaborations they will have put together a story with depth, plenty of twists and something that you will want to watch again and again.
6. Epic sci-fi premise
I love that this is a science fiction movie. The premise of humanity needing to find a new home never gets old, mostly because it is a scenario that does not seem that far out of the realms of possibility.
It has been showcased in both books and films previously, in the likes of the Mars trilogy by Kim Stanley Robinson (which were a pretty great read) and Red Planet which starred Val Kilmer (which should have been way more exciting than it turned out to be).
Nolan has a chance to really take this premise and push the sci-fi genre to a new level (much like what he did with superhero movies), and I don’t doubt at all that he will do it. The story line of humans needing a new home may have been done before, but it has not been done by someone who brings a unique freshness to each project that he helms.
7. Michael Caine is in it
Michael Caine… Enough said really, the guy is a legend.