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You might recognize the tall, thin, strong-jawed actor/clown/comedian Bill Irwin as Ham Gravy in Popeye, as Mr. Leeds in Lady in the Water, as Anne Hathaway’s dad in Rachel Getting Married, or even as Mr. Noodle on Sesame Street. However, there’s one role where you simply will not recognize him: as TARS the robot in Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar.

Many may think that TARS… Continue reading 'Interstellar' Actor Bill Irwin Explains How Bringing TARS to Life Finally Made Christopher Nolan Smile

Interstellar first took off in theaters last November and people still can’t stop talking about Christopher Nolan’s science fiction epic. Granted, a lot of that talk is arguing about some of the logic in the movie, but not all of it is coming from armchair scientists on the Internet.

Fellow sci-fi director Rian Johnson (whose last movie was Looper and whose next… Continue reading 'Interstellar' Extras: Listen to Rian Johnson's Chat with Christopher Nolan Before It Hits Theaters Again

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Once again, Cinefix reenacted clips from all of the Best Picture nominees with children (via Reddit):

Keeping with that theme, here’s a skit from The Tonight Show with Michael Keaton and Jimmy Fallon acting out Birdman scenes written by kids. 

This is an image taken of an actual Matthew McConaughey action figure, made for Interstellar by NECA, and there’s an Anne Hathaway one… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Honest 'Lego Movie' Trailer, 'Interstellar' Toys, Kids Reenacting Oscar Nominees, and More

When the first trailer for Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four reboot arrived earlier this week, everyone noted that the footage was cut awfully similar to the marketing for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. Since this is the Internet, it took someone less than 24 hours to splice together Matthew McConaughey’s voice with Reg E. Cathey’s narration and the results were uncanny. The trailer played exactly the… Continue reading The Last Sci-fi Blog: 'Interstellar,' 'Fantastic Four' and the Science Fiction-ing of Superhero Movies

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Here are two variant covers for the new issue of Empire Magazine, one with the heroes and one with a close-up on the villain of Avengers: Age of Ultron (via First Showing):

Now let’s revisit the first Avengers with a trailer in the style of the one… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: 'Avengers,' 'The Empire Strikes Back,' 'Blade Runner,' 'Interstellar' and More